About the team:

As a member of the Finance Risk and Controls (FRC) group at Capco, you will be playing a key role in the delivery of projects, working on client site to deliver large-scale change initiatives for leading clients across Financial Services, either within Investment Banking, Retail Banking, Wealth and/or Insurance.  The Capco FRC team is a global team that prides itself on our industry leading expertise regarding strategy and best practices within the Risk advisory space. We are open to individuals with Risk and Controls experience in Financial Services, as well as consultants who have gained Finance experience through their prior engagements.  

About the Job:

As the Transaction Monitoring (TM) subject matter expert (SME) and Data Lead, you will be playing a key role in managing and building an effective and sustainable AML transaction monitoring program; and partner with key stakeholders (AFC, Data, Technology & Operations, Business, etc.). You will be responsible for leveraging technical and data analytical capabilities to support transaction monitoring enhancements. You will have a good understanding of AML red flags, typology coverage assessments, transaction monitoring data, etc. applicable for various lines of businesses (LOB’s).

What You’ll Get to Do:

  • Act as an AML / Transaction Monitoring SME and work with Business to understand the products being offered and define specifications/red flags for Transaction Monitoring models
  • Address and resolve logic and configuration issues in Monitoring scenarios by conducting tuning & optimization exercise and review and address open AML TM findings from Model Validation, Audit and other independent bodies in a timely fashion
  • Work in partnership with AFC stakeholders to develop and drive initiatives that transform and modernize the capabilities and services of Monitoring within the AFC function as well as perform 'deep dives' to interpret data quality issues, identify remediation and track to resolution
  • Support implementation of Sustainable Data Controls (SDC’s) and conduct validation/testing prior to rollout
  • Represent the group in various data governance forums, and clearly communicate data related issues and potential resolution paths

What You’ll Bring with You:

  • Bachelor’s/ Master’s degree in Business, Management, Mathematics or Economics preferred
  • 5+ years of experience in Financial Crime space with expertise in AML
  • Transaction Monitoring SME in financial crime compliance covering multiple product lines and business line types, such as correspondent banking, wealth management, brokerage, trade and asset management and knowledge and understanding of financial crime and AML policies, procedures and control arrangements in a complex financial organization as well as strong understanding of AML red flags, typologies and transaction monitoring data for various lines of businesses
  • Extensive direct knowledge of AML transaction monitoring systems, preferably Mantas and Actimize and extensive experience with AML transaction monitoring data and data analysis
  • Strong experience in analyzing data from multiple sources, including hands-on experience with Data Quality and Remediation tasks
  • Demonstrated experience with Oracle, SQL, SharePoint, Jira
  • Direct or indirect experience in Big Data and/or Data Science preferred
  • CAMS certification preferred

Why Capco? 

You will join a company that supports and encourages an entrepreneurial outlook and independent thinking. Capco is not about organizational charts and layers – we operate with little hierarchy because we want all employees to feel that Capco is their firm.  

We offer highly competitive benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a work culture focused on innovation and creation of lasting value for our clients and employees. 


Ready to take the Next Step?

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.  This is an opportunity to make a difference and contribute to a highly successful company with a significant growth trajectory.

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