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Posted: Sunday, July 23, 2017 12:02 AM


Senior AML Compliance Analysts will engage in investigative compliance reviews and risk assessment projects in order to assist Promontory clients meet and exceed regulatory expectations. Analysts are expected to positively contribute to Promontory’s success in a variety of areas, including BSA, anti-money laundering surveillance and reporting assistance, OFAC sanctions compliance, and other areas relevant to today’s heightened regulatory climate. These positions are located in Denver, CO and an individual must be local or willing to relocate for consideration.
Our projects are analyst-driven and require individuals with a strong work ethic, excellent research abilities, and superior critical thinking skills. Analysts must be able to write clearly and concisely. The ability to produce an error-free work product is essential. The nature of this project-based work requires individuals to be flexible, quickly learn new skills, and meet uncompromising quality requirements and production expectations while working closely with others in a team environment.

Review and evaluate alerts/cases consisting of anomalous or potentially suspicious activity identified by the clients’ system databases. Analyze account transaction histories to identify potential money laundering typologies and other unusual or potentially suspicious behavior.
Conduct in-depth investigations on potential suspicious activity and determine whether the activity is suspicious by identifying and documenting clients’ relationships with the account holders and gathering additional information from various sources as appropriate.
Conduct thorough due diligence research using client systems and other information resources to determine whether AML risk exists.
Review, analyze and organize data to write comprehensive supporting investigative narratives and Suspicious Activity Reports.
Ensure work product and output meet or exceed quality and production expectations as outlined by the project’s policies and procedures.
Contribute to developing individual and project goals and execute on tactical strategies for goal attainment.

Job Requirements
Prior AML investigations experience is required.
ACAMS or CFE certification strongly preferred.
Undergraduate degree in business, accounting, finance or a related field is required or equivalent work experience.
Strong knowledge of BSA/AML laws, e.g. USA Patriot ACT, Bank Secrecy Act, economic and trade sanctions administered and enforced by The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), etc.
The ability to work independently; take initiative; and able to adapt to change.
Quick learner that will be able to readily understand regulatory compliance, financial concepts and issues, exercise sound judgment and observe the highest degree of confidentiality.
Adept to multi-tasking and meeting deadlines in high-pressure environment.
Results oriented team player with strong initiative and flexibility.
Strong analytical and problem solving ability.
Exceptional research, processing, and analytical skills with the ability to analyze large amounts of data, decipher higher risk attributes (transactional, geographical, product, customer type, etc.) and disposition appropriately.
Superior writing skills with the ability to convey ideas clearly and succinctly.
Demonstrate competency with computers, including proficiency with all Microsoft Office products, and should have prior experience with a variety of computer database and testing systems.
Exemplary customer service towards both internal and external parties is a requisite for this position.
Travel may be required to client sites in the U.S. and internationally, up to 75% depending upon the project.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

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Phone: 720-612-5030

• Location: Denver

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