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Job ID: 14346
Would you like to have an opportunity to become part of a competent and passionate team in the global fight against money laundering, terrorist financing and other types of financial crime? We are now looking for dedicated Correspondent Banking Investigators to join our team.
At Nordea, we’re committed to being a responsible bank which 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 support banking operations – today and tomorrow. So, bring your ideas, skills and unique background. With Nordea, you’ll be part of a top organisation with opportunity to collaborate, grow and contribute to something larger.
About this opportunity
What you’ll be doing:
-Working proactively and independently with international payment flows in correspondent banking transaction monitoring.
-Conducting research on payments that are unusual in nature, which includes analysing and investigating alerts and networks for suspicious activity.
-Analysing complex information and identifying the appropriate conclusion based on investigative findings.
-Investigating and analysing customer behaviour and prepare written narratives or other reports according to regulatory guidelines, internal procedures and timeframe(s).
-Supporting colleagues and managers and be part of keeping your unit updated with regulatory changes and latest industry trends.
-Taking a pro-active role in building up a strong and competent investigation team in Tallinn.
-Working together with highly dedicated specialists both locally and in Nordic countries.
We welcome you to a team where being proactive as well as taking responsibility for own actions and development are highly valued. The position is based in Tallinn.
Who you are
Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are Nordea values that guide us in being our best – and that we hope you share.
Skills & Experience:
-Strong general computer skills. Experience, understanding or interest in large data sets, Python, statistics, analytics, MS Excel or PowerBI is an advantage.
-Excellent use of search, sourcing information online and interpretation of results.
-An understanding and ability to detect inconsistencies, anomalies in behaviour and information.
Knowledge about corporate structures and international business.
-Exposure within AML/CTF, compliance, law, business, economics or similar is highly desirable.
-A high level of written, spoken and understanding English (minimum B2 level) is essential.
-Knowledge of a Scandinavian language would be an advantage (though not essential).
-ICA, ACAMS (CAMS) or other relevant certification would also be an advantage (though not essential).
Character & Personal Qualities:
-Well organised and have good ability to execute.
-High persistence and perseverance.
-Observant and detailed oriented – e.g. being able to extract much from very little information.
-You have good ownership and accountability for the work you do.
-Have a collaborative attitude and can support colleagues with team based objectives.
-Ability to proactively identify improvement areas and solutions.
-An interest in continuous learning, in skill development and in AML/CTF risks and concerns
If this sounds like you, get in touch!
Please submit your application as soon as possible. Successful candidates will be contacted promptly, and the position might be filled before the application deadline. For more information, you’re welcome to contact Villu Pöial, email@example.com.
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.