The Financial Crime Compliance (“FCC”) Monitoring Associate (the “Associate”) will facilitate customer monitoring and investigations. The FCC Monitoring Associate will have the responsibility for supporting document translation, regulatory screening, reporting, inquiry resolution and escalation handling. The FCC Associate must demonstrate integrity, the ability to work independently with minimal supervision in an environment with strict deadlines, excellent communication skills, and the ability to maintain the strictest confidentiality with respect to highly sensitive information.
l Fluency in English and Simplified Chinese (both written and verbal) to handle and review Chinese-specific workload tasks including customer documentation and customer communication (via e-mail);
l Develop and maintain a deep understanding of UK and EU AML/CTF regulatory requirements, developments, sector-specific regulation and industry best practice;
l Be able to apply the legislation and regulations as set out in the Firm’s Financial Crime Compliance Framework (i.e. policies, controls, guidelines, and procedures) and its’ Programme;
l Identify and investigate potential risks to the Firm within area of responsibility and make recommendations based on findings;
l Review customer activity for adherence to the FCC Programme, as part of the client on-boarding process or ongoing monitoring;
l Identify and investigate potential policy breaches, conduct investigations, coordinate corrective action with the control functions required;
l Review customer documentation, inbound/outbound transactions, and account details, primarily in Chinese, for suspected financial crime activities;
l Perform regular customer, primarily Chinese customers, reviews, manage trigger events, monitor and review various internal alerts, and flagged activities;
l Conduct investigations, prepare reports, and escalate cases to the FCC Management and Compliance Teams as required;
l Assist with the documentation of AML and KYC policies, controls, guidelines and procedures, which form the Financial Crime programme;
l Prepare and publish management information reporting; and
l Promote a culture compliance awareness and appropriate behaviours and actions throughout the business.
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Established in 1999 and headquartered in the UK, FXCM is a leading FX broker with a proven track record of market analytical excellence. FXCM has companies regulated in many jurisdictions across the world, including UK and Australia. Through relationships with multiple partners and affiliated companies, FXCM is able to provide abundant FX resources to the global market. Additionally, FXCM has offices, partners and affiliates in the major financial centers of the world, uniquely positioning FXCM to provide diversified market information around the world, such as Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Israel, South Africa etc.