Citigroup Global Enhanced Due Diligence (GEDD) Analyst in Dublin, Ireland
The Global Enhanced Due Diligence (GEDD) Analyst is responsible for performing KYC and risk reviews in coordination with the broader GEDD unit. The overall objective is to utilize in-depth AML knowledge to review, analyze and conduct effective due diligence and investigations on high risk clients that may be a potential risk to Citi such as Foreign Correspondent Banking (FCB) relationships and Payment Intermediary (PI) clients such as:
Money Services Businesses (“MSBs”)
Mobile Network Operators (“MNOs”), when they are involved in mobile money schemes
eMoney and eWallet providers
Prepaid sellers and providers
Payment Service Providers (“PSPs”)
Third Party Payment Processors (“TPPPs”) including FX Providers/Brokers
This role provides someone who is interested in compliance within the banking sector with the opportunity to start their career in a global team based in EMEA. The GEDD team is part of the second line of defense and is charged with supporting Citi's business partners in mitigating reputational risk as well as money laundering and terrorist financing risks.
Conduct investigations and research on Citi's high risk FCB & PI clients using variousinternal and external systems and databases.
Conduct Cross Sector reviews among multiple Citi business lines.
Document the review/investigation findings and upload case files with the requiredsupporting documentation to Citi's KYC platform.
Summarize & analyze in writing, clear and concise findings of the investigation.
Escalate potential risks/red flags to senior management and provide recommendationson the next course of action (i.e further investigation, relationship termination etc.)
Assist various AML teams with managing risks by analyzing the root cause of issuesand impact to business.
Work closely with Citi's Risk Evaluation Management (REM), AML ProgramAssessment (AML PA) & Periodic Transaction Review (PTR) teams to ensurecompliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, conduct andbusiness practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues withtransparency.
Assist Citi's global AML unit with respect to internal audit & regulatory findings,including assisting on Corrective Action Plans (CAPs).
Knowledge of AML regulations/ACAMS qualification preferred.
Proficient in MS Office.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated analytical and organizational skills.
Bachelor’s/University degree or equivalent experience.
Job Family Group:
Compliance and Control
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