Financial Crime Governance Manager

Financial Crime Governance Manager opportunity with a Leading International Bank
We are delighted to partner with a globally recognised leading international bank with headquarters in London. The Framework and Governance team provide impact analysis for regulatory developments for the UK and EMEA, working closely with MLROs across the EMEA region, considering the impact of local regulations and the impact on the financial crime programme. You will also be responsible for horizon-scanning activities across EMEA. Other activities will include providing supporting advice and guidance to UK and Regional MLROs relating to the financial crime framework, overseeing training, monitoring and assurance supporting their training strategies.
Key Responsibilities

  • Assess financial crime regulatory changes impacting the UK and EMEA regions
  • Provide support and advice to local and regional MLROs on the impacts of regulatory changes to the financial crime programme
  • Monitor future regulations impacting the programme responsible for horizon scanning activities across EMEA
  • Manage regular engagement with local and regional MLROs coordinating regular forums to mitigate any risks
  • Support the development of the financial crime framework, policies and procedures, writing documentation
  • Providing support advice and guidance to MLROs activities impacting the financial crime framework
  • Oversee and coordinate financial crime strategy and framework for training, monitoring and assurance
  • Support with the annual risk assessment process across the region
  • Coordinate regular MLRO forums managing key stakeholders
  • Provide financial crime management information 

Experience required

  • Degree educated, or equivalent professional qualification or experience
  • Demonstrate knowledge of UK and EU financial crime regulations and legislation with prior experience advising on regulatory developments
  • Financial Crime expertise in a financial services environment
  • Ability to oversee and coordinate training, monitoring and assurance activities
  • Ability to work independently, but a strong team player
  • Strong problem-solving, analytical and communication abilities
  • Ability to build internal and external relationships
  • Practical and proactive approach  

This is an excellent opportunity for financial crime professionals looking to expand their knowledge and experience in a broad and varied role. For further information, please email
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At a glance

  • Location: London
  • Job type: Permanent / Full Time
  • Job sector: Banking
  • Salary: £95000 PerAnnum
  • Published: February 6, 2024