TD Bank AML Investigator I in Lexington, South Carolina
Auto req ID 216728BR
Job Title AML Investigator I
Job Status Full Time
Country United States
Province/State South Carolina
Location Lexington Center (SC)
Business line Corporate
Job Category - Primary Anti-Money Laundering | Compliance & Regulatory Relations
Job Category(s) Anti-Money Laundering | Compliance & Regulatory Relations
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The AML Investigator I is responsible for independently performing analysis of complex financial transactions to include confidential research and investigations. Evaluates suspicious and/or questionable account activity. Recognizes and evaluates high risk accounts and activity and makes recommendations regarding account retention. Utilizes a variety of analytical techniques and computer systems to make informed decisions concerning Customer account status. Takes referrals from internal support groups, reviews transaction background and information, conducts additional research and investigation as needed and decides whether to conclude inquiry or forward to applicable authorities for further review. Performs enhanced due diligence on Customers designated by regulators as high risk, such as international and large cash Customers. Reviews and validates information sent from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCen), Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (Fintrac) against Company records, researches issues and resolves with FinCen, or Fintrac.
•Recognizes and evaluates high risk accounts and activity and makes recommendations regarding account retention.
•Conducts due diligence for high risk accounts that may include interfacing with Customers and Employees in order to obtain operational and financial information.
•Utilizes a variety of analytical techniques and computer systems to make informed decisions concerning Customer account status.
•Works independently with supervision inside a team environment.
•Plans and prioritizes daily workload to meet department objectives.
•Communicates with branch staff to obtain information needed for supporting documentation, reports and risk mitigation.
•Takes referrals from internal support groups, reviews transaction background and information, conducts additional research and investigation as needed and decides whether to conclude inquiry or forward to applicable authorities for further review. Performs enhanced due diligence on Customers designated by regulators as high risk, such as international and large cash Customers.
•Reviews and validates rules, guidance and other pertinent information issued by the relevant jurisdictional financial intelligence unit such as the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) or the Financial Transactions Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC).
•Performs additional research as needed to supplement background information.
•Utilizes various vendor information databases, general internet and other research sources to find useful material.
•Contacts branches if needed for additional Customer information
•Notifies stores of recommendations to close Customer accounts based on research conducted on customer activity.
•Coordinates with supervisor/Team Leader and branches to close accounts.
•Assists/coaches branch personnel, when deemed necessary and/or requested, to conduct Customer interviews to address certain specific AML alerted transactional issues.
•Provides branch and business line personnel with clear understanding of Customer's transactional history as related to money laundering concerns thus mitigating possible monetary and reputational risks.
•Maintains updated information on various systems as well as required files and documentation. Ensures that records are complete and available for review and audit as needed.
•Maintains knowledge of Company products and services and current trends and developments in the industry affecting area activities, including legal and regulatory requirements.
•Analyzes, makes determinations and either concludes inquiries or forwards for further investigation potential money laundering transactions in support of the regulations, such as, the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA) and all other Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations designed to prevent financial-related crimes against the government according to established TD Bank policies, procedures and regulatory guidelines.
- Must be eligible for employment under regulatory standards applicable to the position.
•Bachelor’s degree or progressive work experience in addition to experience below.
•1-2 Years of related experience.
•Knowledge of CIP and/or KYC, and/or AML and ATF regulations, requirements and procedures an asset.
•Familiarity with regulations, such as the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA).
•Inquisitive nature, with ability to pursue potential investigative leads until resolved.
•Research skills, with ability to diligently look for and uncover material useful to the evaluation.
•Organized, with ability handle multiple cases simultaneously.
•Basic investigative and business sense to distinguish between typical transactions and suspicious activity.
•Good communication skills, including verbal phone skills and writing skills.
•Ability to use various searchable databases.
•Basic computer skills/knowledge of Microsoft products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
At TD, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities in which we live in and serve, and creating an environment where every employee has the opportunity to reach her/his potential.
If you are a candidate with a disability and need an accommodation to complete the application process, email the TD Bank US Workplace Accommodations Program at USWAPTDO@td.com . Include your full name, best way to reach you, and the accommodation needed to assist you with the application process.
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**Province/State (Primary) South Carolina
City (Primary) Lexington
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