Penn Interactive (PI) is an interactive gaming company headquartered in Philadelphia. PI is the digital arm of PENN Entertainment (NASDAQ: PENN), the largest regional casino operator in the U.S.). Our mission is to challenge the norms of the gaming industry by building an immersive interactive gaming experience that is responsible, innovative, and fun. We are committed to helping our team members grow and succeed.  We believe that hiring talented individuals that love what they do will help us win!

About the Role & Team

The Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) Analyst will play an important role in the growth and development of Penn Interactive’s AML Analysis Team, which will be responsible for detecting, deterring, and reporting suspicious activity via Suspicious Transaction Reports (“STRs”) associated with our Ontario gaming business filing Suspicious Activity Reports (“SARs”) for our US gaming business.  As an AML Analyst, you will play a primary support role for the Senior Manager, AML Analysis and the rest of the AML team. Employees must be able to qualify for licenses and permits required by state regulations. This role requires a minimum of 20% in-office expectations.

About the Work

  • Perform work in the area of AML investigations including, but not limited to, customer identification (“CIP”), customer due diligence (“CDD”), enhanced due diligence (“EDD”), Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) investigations, and other related regulatory matters.
  • Support the Sr. Manager, AML Analysis with maintaining the company’s enterprise-wide patron monitoring program which includes ongoing patron reviews and patron risk rating.
  • Work with internal stakeholders to assist in the development of ongoing monitoring criteria as it relates to the detection of unusual activity. 
  • Use information gathered from various system sources and staff to detect patterns, trends and unusual activity to ensure that investigations are completed, and that STRs/SARs are filed.
  • Assist the company’s AML reporting team with identifying transactions that reportable to FINTRAC via Casino Disbursement Reports (“CDRs”) and Large Cash Transaction Reports (“LCTRs”) in Canada, as well as FinCEN via Currency Transaction Reports (“CTRs”) in the USA. 
  • Provide guidance to internal and external partners regarding questions specific to compliance with anti-money laundering regulations and obligations.
  • Participate in external AML certification and training programs to ensure subject area expertise.
  • Other duties as required.

About You

  • A post-secondary education degree with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in an AML compliance monitoring environment with an understanding of Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act, Title 31 of the Bank Secrecy Act, and FINTRAC and FinCEN guidelines, preferably in an online gaming setting
  • Equivalent combination of education and progressive, relevant and direct experience may be considered in lieu of minimum educational/experience requirements indicated above.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word and Excel) a plus

Certificates/Licenses/Registrations

  • This role may require the successful candidate to apply gaming licenses in various jurisdictions in both the USA and Canada.
  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification strongly preferred.

What We Offer

  • Competitive compensation package.
  • Comprehensive Benefits package.
  • Fun, relaxed work environment.
  • Education and conference reimbursements.

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Recently being recognized as a top workplace in the United States, we believe people work their best when they can be themselves. We are looking for hungry, innovative thinkers to help us challenge the status quo of the gaming industry.  Diversity, equity, and inclusion are vital to all of our processes, programs, and structures. Your story, who you are, and your experience matter here.

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