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AML Compliance Analyst - JD Preferred

Job Code: 57635558
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Date Posted: 9/13/2017
Position: Non - Traditional
Practice Area: Banking and Commercial Finance
Employment Type: Contract

JD preferred. An Anti-Money Laundering Analyst job is newly available in Phoenix, AZ.
 
If you have two plus years’ of experience as an AML Analyst OR have a JD and a background in fraud and/or compliance, then this may be the next perfect position for you.  This opportunity will require strong problem solving skills, creative thinking and research.  This is a six month long contract for a financial institution operating in Phoenix.  
 
The AML Analyst job responsibilities include:
 
• Review, analyze and audit accounts for unusual behavior and risk
• Score consumer accounts using internal scoring program
• Research internal system alerts for possible money laundering or fraud attempts, identify and recommend solutions
• Use of LexisNexis, public records and online research
• Diligence of when matters need escalated for further investigation
 
Qualifications:
 
• Two plus years of AML Compliance or fraud related experience
• Knowledge of anti-money laundering and OFAC policies
• Familiarity with financial institutions
• Superior communication and research skills
• Expertise PC skills
 
JD preferred.
 
Qualified candidates, please apply by sending your resume to phoenix@specialcounsel.com and be sure to review other opportunities at www.specialcounsel.com.
 
 

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