AML Financial Crimes Investigator

Job Title: Anti-Money Laundering Financial Crimes Investigator
Corporate Title: Associate
Location: Jacksonville, FL

About Deutsche Bank
We are Germany’s leading bank with strong positions in Europe and significant presence in the Americas and Asia Pacific. We’re driving growth through our strong client franchise, investing heavily in digital technologies, prioritizing long-term success over short-term gains, and serving society with ambition and integrity. We serve our clients’ real economic needs in commercial and investment banking, retail banking and transaction banking, and provide ground-breaking products and services in asset and wealth management. That means a career packed with opportunities to grow and the chance to shape the future of our clients.

Overview
The position will report to the AVP Team Lead within Financial Crimes Investigations.

The Financial Crime Investigation Associate is responsible for providing a transaction monitoring investigative analysis on alerts and/or investigations. The analyst will also assist in testing system thresholds and can propose procedural enhancements and analytic tools for use by the Investigations team.

Deutsche Bank (DB) is committed to the highest standards of control in the areas of Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Sanctions & Embargoes, Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) and Anti-Fraud (collectively referred to as Anti-Financial Crime). All employees are required to adhere to these standards to protect Deutsche Bank and our reputation from those who may intend to use our products and services for illegal purposes including, but not necessarily limited to, money laundering, bribery, corruption, fraud and/or Terrorist Financing.

The purpose of the AML Financial Crime Investigations team is to ensure that the systems it is tasked with surveilling are at all times being used in accordance with the legal and regulatory Anti-Money Laundering framework within the Americas and to escalate issues of concern to AML Management in a timely manner. This includes the manual escalations from multiple areas such as the Business Intelligence Unit (BIU), Anti-Bribery & Corruption Team (ABC), Business Line AML, and any Unusual Activity Reports.

The Financial Crime Investigation Associate is responsible for providing a transaction monitoring investigative analysis on alerts and/or investigations. The analyst will also assist in testing system thresholds and can propose procedural enhancements and analytic tools for use by the Investigations team.

The position will report to the AVP Team Lead within Financial Crimes Investigations.

Key Responsibilities:
- The Actimize FCI Associate will be tasked with assisting in all duties associated with the Actimize Financial Crime Investigation team. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to
- Investigating flagged AML system generated alerts
- Investigations of US Dollar Clearing alerts
- Identifying suspicious money laundering activity in correspondent banking transactions
- Manage complex cases involving matters such as multiple relationship accounts, tiered and multi-faceted transactions; international wires involving Bank designated high risk jurisdictions, and complex structuring schemes
- Partner with Bank staff, as necessary, in researching and investigating cases
- Prepare investigation notes detailing the method of investigation and relevant findings
- Make recommendations for further action to the Line of Business based on investigation
- Work with Team Leader to collat e metrics and other data as requested
- Preparing, and writing SARs as necessary

You will have:
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
- Experience as an AML investigator in a transaction monitoring capacity or equivalent experience or education
- The ability to identify, escalate and communicate issues to management in an effective and succinct manner
- Effective decision making skills and strong problem solving skills
- Strong k


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