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17 July 2019 ... min read Listen

Sr. Internal Control Officer - KYC FEC Professional

Employee | Administration / Operations | Professional | Romania | Bucuresti | 2019-07-12 | 055769


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The Mission:
As an Sr. Internal Control Officer within 1st Line Non Financial Risk Department, you are required to perform key control testing for al control involving KYC/FEC , SoX and non SoX.
Your Day-to-Day
  • Test KYC/FEC specific controls based on test plans provided per each Product Control Framework or Minimum Standard
  • Contribute on aligning/adapting detailed the test plans provided by HO with local applicable processes
  • Test specific controls as per SoX requirements
  • Assist relevant management in identifying and implementing adequate controls in KYC/FEC area and all other tested controls
  • Interacts with group specialists, auditors and authorities related to specific KEC/FEC controls
  • Performs gap assessments in the KYC/FEC environment
  • Perform quality assurance for 1st Line Alert Handling activities
What you bring to the team
  • Strong knowledge of KYC/FEC controls
  • Control oriented and analytical thinking judgement aimed on assessing specific risks
  • We need you to have strong analytical judgement and expertise in KYC/FEC field.
  • You need to be a team player and  have excellent communication skills while interacting with a large number of departments within the bank.


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