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Compliance Officer for Financial Crime Intelligence

Do you have experience in Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorist Financing? Are you interested in participating in a wide variety of complex investigations and the production of intelligence, while being at the forefront of financial crime prevention? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join the Financial Crime Intelligence and Thematic Reviews team.

We are looking for a Compliance Officer to join the Financial Crime Intelligence and Thematic Reviews, which is part of the Suspicious Activity Reporting Office (SARO). Located within the Financial Crime sector of Group Compliance, SARO is responsible for investigating and filing suspicious activity reports to the relevant authorities, the Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs). The Financial Crime Intelligence and Thematic Reviews team is responsible for undertaking intelligence-led investigations, providing strategic intelligence, and focusing on identifying current and emerging financial crime threats.

The nature of our work requires an innovative mindset and the ability to switch between tasks. We value candidates who are flexible enough to navigate this type of environment, work independently, and balance multiple high-priority tasks.

As part of your role, you will share knowledge with authorities and internal stakeholders within Group Compliance and Business Units. Your work will have an important role in preventing the bank from being used for illicit activities. Our unit operates in a crucial area, and there is the potential for the right candidate to significantly contribute to the professional development of this field.

* Depending on your experience, we could offer a different seniority level.

"Be yourself. We like it that way."

You will:

  • Participate in group-wide projects, ensuring the collation of information, conducting investigations, managing stakeholders, sharing information, and providing management reporting
  • Conduct intelligence gathering through the monitoring of internal and external sources, such as public-private partnership forums, analyse the results to identify emerging financial crime threats, and participate in analysis to further enhance the bank’s financial crime detection capabilities
  • Participate in financial crime investigations, often extending across multiple jurisdictions. You will also take part in intelligence gathering through monitoring Nordic and international media sources and disseminating intelligence and analytical findings to internal stakeholders
  • Undertake deep-dive analysis to identify new trends, threats, and typologies
  • Investigate emerging financial crime threats, assess their impact on the bank and the industry, prepare and present updates for senior management
  • Participate in and support strategic analysis on themes and trends as required

About you:

  • Experience in investigations, compliance, or other investigative roles such as Transaction Monitoring, Sanctions investigation and/or ODD
  • An understanding of key AML/CFT laws and regulations, both in the Nordics and globally, as well as a good knowledge of financial crime risk typologies
  • Structured way of working and skillset to escalate correct topics professionally together with good communication skills
  • Ability to research and analyse complex topics and write clear succinct reports that highlight the key facts and make appropriate recommendations
  • An aptitude for managing multiple tasks and priorities effectively, while maintaining a high standard of work
  • A high degree of integrity and the ability to comply with confidentiality requirements
  • Advanced English skills, both written and spoken
  • Danish or other Nordic languages is an asset

We offer:

Monthly salary range from 2400 EUR to 3600 EUR gross (based on your competencies relevant for the job).

Additionally, each Danske Bank employee receives employee benefits package which includes:
    • Growth opportunities: professional & supportive team, e-learnings, numerous development programs; (incl. professional certificates); 100+ professions for internal mobility opportunities.
    • Health & Well-being: a diverse, inclusive, work & life balance work environment; additional health insurance; mental well-being practices; partial psychologist counselling compensation; silence and sleep zones at the office; game rooms.
    • Hybrid working conditions: home office budget (after the probation period); modern Danske Campus workplace developed with anthropologist for the best employee experience.
    • Additional days of leave: for rest, health, volunteering, exams in higher education institutions, and other important activities. Moreover, for seniority with Danske Bank.
    • Monetary compensation package: accidents & critical diseases insurance; financial support in case of unfortunate events, travel insurance; IIIrd Pillar Pension Fund contribution.

Additional days of vacation

Additional health insurance package

Third pillar pension fund

Kids playroom

See all the benefits HERE.

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Send your CV

If you are interested, please send your CV in English no later than 24.06.2024. Confidentiality guaranteed.

Your title in job contract will be Officer - Compliance.

If you want to know more about the job or have any questions, please feel free to contact the manager.
We will be contacting candidates on an on-going basis so please apply today rather than tomorrow. We look forward to receiving your application!
Anna Kauppinen
Phone number [email protected]