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Manager - Financial Crime Compliance

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Work type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Melbourne, Sydney
Division: Audit, Assurance & Risk Consulting

KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive disruption and growth. We look for talented people with the potential to make an extraordinary difference for our clients, our firm and our communities.

KPMG’s Financial Crime Compliance Consulting practice works with leading financial institutions globally and based in Australia to uplift their FCC Programs to prevent, detect and deter Financial Crime.

KPMG’s Financial Crime Compliance Consulting practice has opportunities in Sydney for exceptional individuals with ambition and drive to join their dynamic, multifaceted, multidisciplinary FCC consulting team as a Manager. The role will offer a great opportunity to work closely with market leading Financial Crime Compliance specialists on high profile engagements. You will be joining a growing team, providing great career opportunities

Your Opportunity

As a Manager in the Anti-Financial Crime and Regulatory Compliance Forensic team, you will:

  • Work within strong team that has significant Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF) and Sanctions experience.
  • Increase your profile and experience by working with leading financial institutions, providing you with a helicopter view of AML/CTF and sanctions.
  • Take a lead role in the scoping, execution, and delivery of AML/CTF and sanctions advisory, review and remediation projects.
  • Work across all parts of the AML/CTF framework and operating model, gaining valuable insight into KYC/CDD, transaction monitoring, and regulatory reporting (IFTIs, TTRs, and SMRs).
  • Manage financial crime projects, including liaising with clients and managing junior resources.
  • Provide expert advice to our clients to enhance the effectiveness of our clients’ efforts to combat financial crime.
  • Conduct detailed analysis of financial crime compliance policies, procedures and data.
  • Lead the drafting of reports for the senior management of our clients to help them understand and effectively mitigate their financial crime risks.
  • Have opportunities to develop personally and professionally through KPMG’s development programs and externally accredited programs.
  • Support the continued growth of the Financial Crime Compliance Consulting practice by contributing to team management, the development of innovative offerings, relationship building, and thought leadership publications.

How are you Extraordinary?

At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities.

To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: 

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in financial crime (AML/CTF and Sanctions) with a large professional consulting environment, a financial institution, or a regulatory/law enforcement agency.
  • Excellent technical expertise and understanding of Australian AML/CTF and sanctions regulatory regime and industry best practice.
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to handle and analyse financial information.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills to allow you to present findings for a variety of audiences, including distilling down complex issues into key messages.
  • Strong project management skills and the ability to manage your time across multiple projects concurrently.
  • Knowledge and experience working in and with the financial sector.
  • Proven leadership, people and stakeholder management capabilities, including the ability to lead a team to deliver financial crime projects on time and on budget.
  • Tertiary qualifications in law, international relations, accounting or other relevant academic background.

The KPMG Difference

At KPMG, we’re passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone’s unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background.
 
We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life.
 
KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index.

Flexibility empowers wellbeing

Flexibility enables contribution to the community

Flexibility inspires technology & innovation

Flexibility supports family

Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

 

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