Global Financial Crimes Specialist for the Mortgage and Loan Investigations Group is responsible for reviewing, analyzing and identifying indicators of potential fraudulent activity from information sources such as surveillance / monitoring alerts, open source media reports and internal referrals. Responsibilities include concise documentation of fraud review results and preparing Suspicious Activity Reports in accordance with US laws, the Bank Secrecy Act and the USA PATRIOT Act. This position also requires the ability to apply knowledge of AML and mortgage lending compliance requirements to the diverse businesses of a large financial institution.
Highly analytical, organized and possess decision making skills related to the filing of a Suspicious Activity Report and appropriate escalation to management, law enforcement, regulators or recommending the closing of a client relationship.
Knowledge of and ability to apply knowledge of regulatory/compliance risk management and BSA/AML related requirements.
Strong written and verbal communication skills. 1-2 years experience in a mortgage-related role.
Knowledge of and proficiency in the use of mortgage systems. Proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Flexible with the ability to adapt to change and take initiative to complete job requirements while balancing competing workload requirements including priority of case assignment and pressures of deadlines.
Previous financial crimes investigative experience, including gathering evidentiary information and report writing skills.
A bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited university is preferred
This is a project and need to be avaliable for the full length of the assignment.
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