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Job Description & Summary
The AML-CFT Specialist is responsible to initiate the actions on combating AML and CFT in the market, conduct research and contribute to the combating AML and CFT initiatives.
- Support in developing AML and CFT strategic and operational plans in line with our client and financial sector strategies.
Operational Support in the development of AML-CFT supervision framework including policies, procedures, governance framework, systems, controls and data exchange mechanisms, in line with international standards and guidelines (e.g. FATF).Monitor activities within capital markets and analyse data and inspection reports on companies, financial markets and depositories, to identify activities.Document and report on suspicious activities/transactions in line with policies and standards, and escalate to relevant internal stakeholders.Carry out specialized inspection programs on licensed persons to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of their programs and procedures for combating money laundering, in accordance with the relevant rules.Carry out specialized inspection programs on non-licensed persons suspected of involvement in securities business or money laundering, in accordance with the relevant rules.Report and provide inputs to the unit head on availability of required resources, including staff and technology, to carry out the AML and CFT operations effectively.Support unit head and senior management in activating our client’s participation in sector and nation-wide efforts to improve AML-CFT practices and reporting mechanisms.Support unit head and senior management in activating our client’s contribution to international boards for AML-CFT prevention and detection.Collate and analyse AML-CFT data at the unit level and support data consolidation at the department level and identify trends or potential risks and inform relevant stakeholders (e.g. Risk, Inspection & Surveillance), to enhance market oversight, strengthen supervision practices and regulations and increase investor protection.Conduct research and develop studies on improving AML-CFT practices and procedures, systems and standards to increase alignment to international industry practices and address potential gaps/risks as financial products/markets evolve and expand.Liaise and communicate with other departments and exchange data and information as necessary to enable end-to-end view for leadership on supervision of capital markets.
Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in economics, finance, business or other relevant field.CAMS certificate is preferred.
Experience: (Technical, functional, or leadership experience required) Prior experience of working for a capital market regulator is an added advantage.Experience working in Qatar would be an added advantage.
Available for Work Visa Sponsorship?
Government Clearance Required?
Job Posting End Date
April 14, 2021
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