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KYC Screening Guidance Designer

  • Job reference: 36806
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Job type: Contract
  • Start date: Not specified
  • Contact: Not specified
  • Sector: Other
  • Salary: £600 - £800 per day

Our Global banking client is looking for a Screening Designer to sit in the Monitoring & Screening expertise team and is responsible for initiating, developing, enhancing and documenting methodology and guidance in the expertise area to be in accordance with internal and external laws and regulations, and for maintaining contacts within and outside with relevant stakeholders.

The KYC expertise is organized around three dimensions: a) expertise area, b) KYC-related regulation and c) customer segments. This function is responsible for:

  • Screening expertise area,
  • Financial Economic Crime (FEC) regulation,
  • Private Individuals & Legal Entities customer segments.

Key Responsibilities

As a Screening Guidance Designer:

  • You design and maintain the global Screening mandatory guidance (e.g. alert handling guidance).
  • You provide expertise to any global project that requires your expertise.
  • You provide input to Compliance for developing and updating KYC-policies.
  • You validate learning materials from the KYC Academy and facilitate training (TTT) for your area of expertise.
  • You ensure compliance with ING's policies and standards.

We are looking for

We are looking for a new colleague with the following knowledge, expertise and skills:

  • Minimum 8 years of relevant work experience in the financial services industry, preferably within Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, Risk, Finance or Information Technology.
  • Relevant track record of working in the area of KYC and thorough understanding of the current market and regulatory conditions and challenges that the financial industry faces.
  • Academic degree and preferably a certification in FEC expertise area.
  • Ability to facilitate decision-making to drive complex design issues to a conclusion.
  • Strong organisational sensitivity; ability to understand and take into account the underlying issues, opportunities and dynamics of an international organisation with multiple functional lines and one hierarchical line and deal with multiple (sometimes conflicting) interests.
  • Ability to work successfully in multiple countries and make sure these different cultures will work together as one team; taking into account different habits, beliefs, languages and time-zones, etc.
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