Case Management Analyst

Job Description

Working in the Risk Managed Service (RMS) business, the Case Management Analyst is responsible to create and maintain accurate KYC records to support the growth of Thomson Reuters' Financial & Risk business across the region. The Case Management Analyst works closely with Client Liaison and Policy Management team on research requirements and initiatives. The role needs to ensure that the global financial community clearly identify their corporate customers, in order to fulfill regulations designed to combat financial crime.

Role Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Case Management Team Lead, the role is accountable for the following:

  • To deliver timely and accurate research, creating then maintaining appropriate KYC records in the system
  • Extracts relevant data from various sources
  • Removes "false positives" from initial record screen
  • Scans original documents into the system
  • Summarizes and / or translates non-English language documents (to a compliance standard)


Required Skills:
  • Strong analytical skills with an established record in research and quantitative data processing
  • Organized with an attention to detail - understands the importance of corporate standards, procedures and approval processes
  • Managing multiple tasks and activities simultaneously
  • Well-developed communication, questioning and listening skills
  • Working fluently in English and another language
  • Experience of working in Microsoft applications at intermediate level
  • Able to prioritize and rationalize issues and opportunities, as well as adapt maturely to changes comfortably and quickly in a fast-paced working environment
  • Team player who is able to work in a complex matrix environment with partners in multiple locations and time zones
  • Self-starter who demonstrates initiative and proactively contributes ideas and solutions


Required Experience
  • Undergraduate degree from a recognized university
  • Experience working in the financial services and/or KYC research related business industries would be an advantage


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Pulau Pinang-Pulau Pinang (Penang)-Malaysia


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