Senior Manager, Financial Crime Risk Business and Systems Analyst
The Financial Crime Risk division reports to the Chief Risk Officer and supports Macquarie businesses, driving a high and consistent level of compliance and financial crime risk management, consistent with applicable national and international best practices and Macquarie’s core principles. Our Financial Crime Risk division is responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable anti-money laundering (AML), counter terrorist financing (CTF), anti-bribery & corruption (AB&C) and economic sanctions requirements in all jurisdictions in which Macquarie operates. You will join as a Senior Manager to be based in Sydney and your focus will be on the systems and platforms that are used to manage and mitigate Financial Crime Risk.
You will play a key role in ensuring that Financial Crime Risk requirements are incorporated into the design build and implementation of the Financial Crime Risk systems and provide expertise on best practice systems and technology to manage and support Financial Crime Risk. Continued oversight and review of the Financial Crime Risk system will be a key responsibility, including systems testing, validation and maintenance. You will also ensure the integrity, completeness and accuracy of the data collected or created by the Financial Crime Risk team.
Using your technical understanding and strong communication skills, you will act as the liaison for system queries, working closely with both the technology and operations. To succeed in this role, you will have experience with Financial Crime Risk systems including supporting systems enhancements. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong analytical skills, experience working at or with a large international financial institution and, ideally, project management experience involving various stakeholders across multiple jurisdictions.
You will have a strong interest in AML/CTF, AB&C and economic sanctions legislation and regulation in Australia, as well as an understanding and awareness of international best practice related to financial crime risk management. Your collaboration and influencing skills will be used to drive team outcomes and maintain high stakeholder engagement. If you are interested in this exciting role, please apply directly.
About the Risk Management Group The Risk Management Group (RMG) is an independent and centralised function responsible for objective review and challenge, oversight, monitoring and reporting in relation to Macquarie’s material risks. RMG designs and oversees the implementation of the risk management framework. Its divisions include Credit, Market Risk, Regulatory Affairs and Aggregate Risk, Financial Crime Risk, Compliance, Operational Risk, Behavioural Risk, Enterprise Support and Internal Audit.
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