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London, London
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31 July 2019
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Job Responsibilities:

As part of a global initiative from Head Office, the objective of this team is to help establish and maintain a bank-wide financial crime data governance strategy across EMEA. The goal will be to continuously satisfy data requirements and quality in each branch and subsidiary by leveraging existing information taken from Head Office investigations.

This team largely have following main responsibilities:

* Ensure compliance with data governance and data management policy
* Govern usage and management of data as it relates to compliance business processes and associated systems
* Provide business and data quality requirements, and controls framework for compliance data from a data consumer perspective
* Monitor quality of compliance data and facilitate resolution of data quality issues
* Provide adhoc support for manual data quality management.
* Provide and facilitate a platform to raise data issues and receive communications about planned projects or potential impacts

The Data Quality Incident Analyst is based within the Compliance Data office of the EMEA Financial Crimes Compliance Division (FCOE). This new position is required to support Data Management and related initiatives within the EMEA (and MENA), with a specific focus on supporting the Data Quality and Incident management process.

You are responsible for:

* Supporting Data Governance team
* Leading the Data Quality (DQ) and Incident management relates to Transaction Filtering, Transaction Monitoring, AML and KYC business processes and associated systems
* Support projects from a data management perspective to support execution of EMEA's data initiatives or regulatory mandates
* Work closely with the compliance LOBs, data producers, Systems officer (ESO) to understand and facilitate a triage/resolution/prioritization of DQ issues
* Manage Data Quality monitoring projects (DQM) projects for EMEA.
* Develop tactical solutions to DQ issues as appropriate
* Keep management updated on DQ issues, highlighting DQ themes and provide input into periodic KPI/KRI reporting
* Providing inputs and working with team to identify KDE (Key data elements).

Preferred Skills:

* Broad understanding of banking, financial crime risk in banking and a general understanding of the concepts of risk management and control
* Experience with financial crime systems, implementation, enhancement, UAT
* Previous work experience about managing and measuring Data Quality
* Practice experience in tooling a Data Quality project in Financial crime systems
* Experience / Understanding of Payments and message types.
* Previous experience of KYC / AML / Trade Finance

Personal Attributes:

* Excellent communication skills
* Results driven, with a strong sense of accountability
* A proactive, motivated approach.
* The ability to operate with urgency and prioritise work accordingly
* Strong decision making skills, the ability to demonstrate sound judgement
* A structured and logical approach to work
* Strong problem solving skills
* A creative and innovative approach to work
* Excellent interpersonal skills
* The ability to manage large workloads and tight deadlines
* Excellent attention to detail and accuracy
* A calm approach, with the ability to perform well in a pressurised environment
* Strong numerical skills
* Excellent Microsoft Office skills.

Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003