Barclays Bank Job Opportunities – Anti-Money Laundering Analyst

Organisation: Barclays Bank
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
About Barclays:
Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and
clients worldwide.  With over 300 years
of history and expertise in banking, we operate in over 50 countries and employ
over 140,000 people.
Barclays Bank provides large corporate, government and institutional
clients with a full spectrum of solutions to their strategic advisory,
financing and risk management needs.
We provide corporate banking solutions to businesses with an annual
turnover of more than £5 million in the UK, and to large local companies,
financial institutions and multinationals in non-UK markets. We support the
success and growth of our clients by providing lending, risk management, cash
and liquidity management, trade finance, and asset and sales financing loans,
financing, risk management, strategic advice and transactional payments support
corporate clients to achieve growth and job creation in the real economy,
governments to deliver their stability and growth plans, and institutions to
meet the long-term investment needs of their clients.
Job Summary: The Anti-Money
Laundering Analyst will primarily;
  • Support the Country MLRO in implementing a
    robust AML/ KYC, ABC and Sanctions Regime.
  • Implement AML compliance processes and
    methodology as prescribed in the group policy and Country CIPP.
  • Enforce strong KYC standards, commensurate
    with the country’s local conditions
  • Take lead in the review and monitoring of
    suspicious transactions and AML Alerts in accordance with the requirements
    of Barclays Africa framework and local standards.
Key Duties and
Responsibilities: 
1. Functional Management:   90%
  • Ensure timely review of the AML alerts
    produced
  • Responsible for the efficient review of
    the AML alerts as per the EM defined six pillars for alert disposition and
    ensure effective record retention
  • Ensure adequate and complete resolution of
    the AML alerts when closing the alert without SAR reporting
  • In charge of effective and timely SAR
    reporting
  • Effective and timely reporting of KYC /
    AML and sanctions MIS, in country and to MLRO
  • Offer full support to the business in AML,
    sanctions and KYC related queries.
2. Business Coordination: 10%
  • Maintain excellent relationships with the
    business team to ensure achievement of business goals.
  • Ensure prompt and adequate compliance
    responses and support provided to the business
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate should possess an
    advanced knowledge of the EM AML/KYC/Sanctions/Pep’s Policies and
    procedures
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office,
    comfortable with numbers, MIS
  • Highly proficient in report writing
  • The applicant should have comprehensive
    banking market knowledge and possess a high level of innovation
  • Detailed understanding of the Ugandan
    Market operations
  • Exhaustive knowledge of business
    functional areas
  • Excellent Analytical skills
  • Excellent Communication skills &
    Interpersonal sensitivity
  • The candidate should be action &
    result oriented
  • High degree of Resilience
  • Excellent Planning and organizational
    Skills
How to Apply: 
If you feel challenged by any of the above positions, and believe you
can deliver on key deliverables as outlined above, upload your application
letter, current curriculum vitae and photocopies of academic certificate to our
recruitment website detail below:
Click
Here
-> Job Number (Type 00159734)
Barclays is an equal opportunity employer that recruits, develops and
promotes people on merit, and rewards outstanding performance, regardless of
background and gender.
For queries contact us on 0417122453 or email:
barclays.uganda@barclays.com
Deadline:  3rd June, 2014

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