• Competitive
  • Singapour, Singapore
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • OCBC Bank
  • 19 oct. 17

AML Compliance Officer - Corporate Banking Compliance

AML Compliance Officer - Corporate Banking Compliance

AML Compliance Officer (AVP4/VP3) - Corporate Banking Compliance

Key Responsibilities
  • An experienced compliance officer with strong compliance & AML/CFT knowledge is required for Corporate Banking Compliance
  • This resource is a senior level hire with specific objective to assist to drive the centralize compliance AML/CFT unit to ensure alignment and consistency in compliance & AML/CFT related matters for Corporate Banking Compliance
  • Candidate will develop and drive action plans and strategies for Corporate Banking Compliance and engage internal stakeholders e.g. GLRCU and other relevant business units (Account Services etc)
  • Undertake advisory role and provide AML related guidance, training and support to Global Corporate Banking
  • Benchmark practices across business units and share learnings and best practices
  • Handles all MAS/AML compliance related matters e.g. surveys, ad hoc reports;
  • Handles centralized FATCA/CRS related matters
  • Work alongside with RMs and the centralized GCB (Corporate) team of compliance officers in the management of the AML/CFT portfolio of accounts from standard/low, Medium and High Risk customers including seeking preparation/submission for approval;
  • Handles MAS/internal audits including triggering events, periodic reviews and able to provide strong support/advice to RMs for AML audit and able to articulate well in both written and oral presentations
  • Strong support and participate/coordinate in the Onboarding, KYC systems and the National KYC Utility projects which involves all the 3 local banks, or any AML/regulatory-related projects


  • At least 6 years of experience in a compliance role in a financial institution, preferably in the corporate banking environment
  • Hands-on working familiarity with compliance related matters especially with the implementation and operationalization of regulations, rules, policies and processes related to Anti Money Laundering, Countering the Financing of Terrorism, Personal Data Protection Act and FATCA
  • Experience in dealing with regulators, external and internal auditors is necessary
  • Prior exposure in credit administration and/or loan/payment operations would be helpful
  • Hands-on familiarity with Microsoft Office Excel and Microsoft Office applications is important
  • Experience in supervising or leading a team would be an advantage
  • Degree from recognized University. Subjects taken should preferably include courses such as Accounting/Commerce/Finance, Banking or Law or related discipline
  • Good command of English (written and oral) is a pre-requisite
  • The ideal candidate is a team-player with the ability to see beyond his/her job scope and work with the business unit colleagues to realize the unit's goals and targets
  • Maturity and able to work under pressure and meet timelines
  • Articulate and assertive with good interpersonal, analytical and writing skills
  • Willingness to learn and grow in the job.