Facebook AML Transaction Monitoring Investigator in Chicago, Illinois
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Facebook is seeking a highly motivated, organized, detail-oriented candidate to join the Payments Compliance Team as an Investigator on the Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”), Transaction Monitoring Team. You will be reporting to the Transaction Monitoring Investigations Lead, and you will be acting as a point of escalation and a subject matter expert when it comes to all things related to transaction monitoring. You will work collaboratively with members of the Transaction Monitoring Process Team & others on the Payments Compliance Team, as well as cross-functional stakeholders including but not limited to Legal, Product, Engineering, Risk, and Finance. In this role, you will investigate into customer activity across multiple platforms to identify any potential money-laundering risks, draft suspicious activity reports for your investigation in line with regulatory expectations, and file suspicious activity reports at scale. You will be expected to complete ad-hoc investigations, and support transaction monitoring projects, as necessary, to help create innovative and scalable transaction monitoring processes and systems. In addition, you will help the Payments Compliance Team ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and internal controls.
Promote a culture of compliance and ensure efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices are adhered to
Apply investigative techniques quickly to AML transaction monitoring reviews for our products, which may lead to documenting and filing suspicious activity reports required by law
Apply analytic techniques to complex information sets in order to make logical and supported recommendations
Ensure transaction monitoring team is meeting our objectives and key results, including producing high quality investigations in a high productivity environment in order to help the wider Payments Compliance Team achieve its key performance indicators (KPIs)
Produce timely and accurate information for Team Lead or management team to assist in decision making processes, including escalating any investigative issues or program gaps
Support AML program requirements related to controlling risk to the Company and to our “communities” by operating existing and new internal controls, ensuring compliance with policies and procedures
Understand the end to end AML transaction monitoring process and be able to communicate it to vendors, cross-functional stakeholders, auditors and regulators
Provide insights and recommendations on improving quality or how to reach optimal efficiency in current processes
Develop deep cross-functional partnerships with key internal and external stakeholders in order to enhance investigative processes and minimize the Company’s risk
Act as a point of escalation for analysts to surface potential suspicious activity as part of operational workflow, and also support ad-hoc investigations and projects
2+ years experience in compliance or internal control function at a financial services organization
Experience conducting investigations similar to Fraud, Anti-Money Laundering/Counter Terrorist Financing, Payments
Experience managing priorities
Experience communicating to different levels in an organization
Experience working in a team environment with a track record of building relationships and working collaboratively
Experience working on an Operations team, with a track record of high quality performance and productivity
Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) or Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certifications, or similar
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