EMEA Investigator, Financial Crime Compliance, Associate, Warsaw
- Warsaw, Poland
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WHO WE ARE
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global financial services firm providing investment banking, securities and investment Management services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals. The firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and other major financial centres around the world.
The Compliance division prevents, detects and mitigates compliance, regulatory and reputational risk across the firm and helps to strengthen the firm's culture of compliance. As an independent control function and part of the firm's second line of defense, Compliance assesses the firm's compliance, regulatory and reputational risk; monitors for compliance with new or amended laws, rules and regulations; designs and implements controls, policies, procedures and training; conducts independent testing; investigates, surveils and monitors for compliance risks and breaches; and leads the firm's responses to regulatory examinations, audits and inquiries.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
BUSINESS UNIT AND ROLE OVERVIEW
Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) has primary responsibility for the execution of the firm's enterprise-wide Anti-Money Laundering (AML), anti-bribery, and government sanctions compliance programs and, among other things, performs enhanced due diligence and government sanctions screening, as well as surveillance and investigations designed to identify potential terrorist financing, money laundering, bribery, market abuse, or other suspicious activity.
FCC's team covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), which is based in London and Warsaw, is seeking a professional with relevant skills and experience to work in the FCC EMEA investigations team in Warsaw. The candidate will carry out complex investigations to review all escalations received which may or may not require a report to a regulator/s. The various escalation sources include, however are not limited to, the business, subpoena enquiries, surveillance alerts and ad-hoc requests.
The individual will be expected to be able to identify and fully document in accordance with Goldman Sachs' written policies and procedures all forms of market abuse, suspicious asset movements, fraud and employee matters.
Additional responsibilities may include management information reporting, enhancing policies and procedures, perform certain regulatory filings with regional regulators, training and working with internal audit when they conduct their reviews.
To achieve this, the relevant candidate will be required to:
- utilise a variety of internal and external systems and databases in order to complete investigations;
- liaise with all other departments, when needed and if it is appropriate, in order to ensure a thorough investigation is completed;
- present a summary and proposed conclusion to management in a timely and clear manner, including proposals to implement appropriate steps to monitor if necessary; and
- report suspicious activities to regulators.
- 3+ years experience in financial services, compliance, law enforcement or regulatory background.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills.
- Knowledge of anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and corruption legislation and regulation, including the Market Abuse Regulation.
- Knowledge and interest in financial markets and products, preferably Fixed Income markets
- Proactive, self-motivated, assertive and well organized.
- Takes ownership of tasks, progresses them independently, and escalates to senior stakeholders when required.
- Strong analytical, technical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to exercise sound and balanced judgment.
- Ability to learn and navigate technical firm systems used for reviews, and educate other team members on functionality.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and work to tight deadlines, balancing short-term and long-term queries and projects.
- Ability to build relationships with stakeholders of various seniority and across different roles.
- Ability to work independently and yet remain a strong team player.
- Languages an advantage (particularly German).
- Ability to enrich and thrive in an international, diverse and inclusive environment.
At Goldman Sachs, we commit our people, capital and ideas to help our clients, shareholders and the communities we serve to grow. Founded in 1869, we are a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm. Headquartered in New York, we maintain offices around the world.
We believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We're committed to fostering and advancing diversity and inclusion in our own workplace and beyond by ensuring every individual within our firm has a number of opportunities to grow professionally and personally, from our training and development opportunities and firmwide networks to benefits, wellness and personal finance offerings and mindfulness programs. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and people at GS.com/careers .
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