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Job ID: 1207
Job Country: Estonia
Job City: Tallinn
We are looking for a Group Financial Crime Prevention (GFCP) Expert to join the “Manage Automated Transaction Monitoring Controls” team. The successful candidate will contribute to design, analyse and optimise Transaction Monitoring controls. This is an opportunity for you to be part of one of the most exciting and challenging efforts going on within Nordea on our journey to fight financial crime.
At Nordea, we’re committed to being a partner our customers and society can count on. Compliance and integrity go hand in hand. Joining us means you’ll have an impact on how we do banking – today and tomorrow. So bring your ideas, skills and unique background. With us, you’ll be in good company with plenty of opportunities to collaborate, grow and make your mark on something bigger.
About this opportunity
Welcome to “Manage Automated Transaction Monitoring Controls” team, within “TM Development & Solutions”. We add value by securing that our customers and Nordea will not be used in illegal ways that could harm them and as well harm our society where we act. As GFCP Expert you will play a valuable role in fighting against financial crime.
Our team is part of Group Financial Crime Prevention (GFCP), which provides group-wide solutions to fight financial crime in Nordea. Within GFCP, we develop, manage and optimise automated TM controls across all the financial services businesses that together comprise the Nordea Group.
The high focus on Financial Crime in the group gives the appointed candidate a unique and exciting opportunity to continue to create “best in class” TM control solutions and lay the foundations for the future.
The position includes data science tasks and quantitative work in producing business-oriented results.
What you will be doing:
-Accessing complex and distributed datasets and perform statistical analysis, simulation of existing Transaction Monitoring controls;
-As a Scenario Engineer: performing quantitative data analysis with the aim to design and optimize transaction monitoring controls;
-Working with the team and stakeholders to understand the business requirements;
-Assessing the effectiveness of control and documenting the outcome;
-User acceptance test.
The role is based in Tallinn. The position is likely to require some travel to other Nordea international sites. Welcome to our team where you can bring your talent and engagement to work in an international and dynamic environment.
Who you are
Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are the values that guide us in being at our best- and that we imagine you share with us.
To succeed in this role, we believe that:
-You have a business mindset and you are eager to understand both the business and technical sides;
-You are passionate about data and quantitative analysis and you can perform all kinds of numerical and statistical analysis;
-You are a team player with a positive attitude and want to secure everyone's success in fighting against financial crime;
-You are self-driven, result oriented, and able to operate under pressure in a changing environment.
Your experience and background:
-Analytical mindset and experience working in data science, analysis, simulation.
-Organized, structured and professional in taking initiative and work proactively;
-Good business orientation;
-At least intermediate level of tools as Excel, Power BI, Python, VBA, SQL, R. Additional experience with Hadoop and User Acceptance Testing are desired;
-Intermediate level of tools as PowerPoint, Word, SharePoint;
-Strong writing and presentation skills;
-You are fluent in oral and written English.
If this sounds like you, get in touch!
Submit your application no later than 07/04/2021. For more information, you’re welcome to contact Emanuele Rossotti
At Nordea, we know that an inclusive workplace is a sustainable workplace. We deeply believe that our diverse backgrounds, experiences, characteristics and traits make us better at serving customers and communities. So please come as you are.
Please be aware that any applications or CVs coming through email or direct messages will not be accepted or considered.