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Risk Advisory | Forensic - Financial Crime

Graduate Programme

The value that Deloitte Risk Advisory creates for organisations is synonymous with operational excellence. Our business areas work in unison to provide integrated solutions unique to the organisational requirements of any business. 

Deloitte Forensic professionals are a diverse group with a wide and varied range of proficiencies, comprising forensic accountants, legal and law enforcement specialists, and business intelligence experts, all utilising state-of-the-art forensic technology.

Job Description

  • Supports Engagement team in delivery of services to / at client premises on delegated engagement / project.
  • Under guidance, supports the delivery efforts of the engagement team in area of competency
  • Conducts research for engagements/ projects as delegated and provides meaningful analysis / output for review
  • Raises ideas to address issues arising that may enhance / renew service offerings to client
  • Assists in preparation of client presentations / discussion documentation as directed
  • Contributes to decisions by engagement team by providing fact-based and pertinent recommendations from research / analysis / client interaction
  • Communicates regularly with management and team members on status of allocated deliverables
  • Informs management of any possible emerging engagement change issues
  • Responds with urgency and accountability to client and team requests
  • Identifies possible opportunities for follow-on work and advise management
     

Financial Crime measurables:

  • investigate transactional data and relevant financial documents to flag indicators of potential corruption
  • prepare analysis to enhance understanding of both financial and non-financial results, to identify threats and opportunities
  • evaluate existing compliance programmes for regulatory gaps and suspicious activity
  • assist with remediation of client files
  • knowledge of financial crime risk policies and procedures
  • demonstrate a strong knowledge of know your client (KYC) and customer due diligence (CDD) requirements
  • responsible for obtaining all KYC documentation from clients and for conducting initial full due diligence
  • identify the ultimate beneficial owner (UBO) in line with the client’s policy
  • interpret KYC and CDD policies in order to identify the requirements for the client to be successfully onboarded
  • read and interpret company registration documentation and resolution to determine mandates and relevant individuals that need to be identified and verified
  • conduct sanctions and PEP screening for potential sanctions violations and the identification of potential PEPs
  • perform periodic screening of clients, beneficial owners, and connected parties prior to the completion of an onboarding
  • perform enhanced due diligence on clients assessed as posing higher money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions risks prior to establishing a business relationship
  • escalate any suspicious AML, Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT)  and sanctions activity and transactions to the MLCO for further action
  • assist with clearing transaction alerts that have been flagged in the system
  • experience in transaction monitoring for anti-money laundering (AML)/CFT purposes
  • use investigative and interpersonal skills to resolve cases
  • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of AML laws and regulations
  • prior experience in monitoring and analysing customer accounts for suspicious activity required
  • investigate customer transactions as part of periodic and event-driven customer KYC reviews, using a variety of tools including internal systems, internet searches, proprietary and third-party databases
  • investigate non-obvious false positives, true positive hits, and escalate for further review and approval
  • review sanction alerts generated by the client systems to determine whether they are false positive or a true positive
  • experience with compliance systems such as OFAC, UNSCR etc.
  • must demonstrate a strong knowledge of international sanctions regimes.
     

Technical competencies:

  • basic technical knowledge in specific area and/or industry
  • proficient in Microsoft Office suite, advanced experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint preferrable
  • elementary business acumen
  • demonstrate a strong working knowledge on KYC and CDD requirements
  • strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • experience gained from a leading bank, regulator or professional services firm is advantageous
  • excellent verbal and written skills.

Behavioural competencies:

  • good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • desire to develop self
  • client delivery focus
  • adaptable
  • focus on quality
  • problem-solving ability
  • analytical
  • must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently
  • able to work independently and efficiently within a team environment
  • be inquisitive and have the ability to identify anomalies
  • must be able to multi-task, adapt well to changing priorities, and effectively prioritise workflow to meet critical deadlines
  • ability to work in a fast-paced, demanding, and changing environment. Must work well under pressure
  • must work well within a team and have client management skills.
     

Qualifications

a. Minimum qualifications:

  • degree in commerce, internal audit, forensic or legal
  • workings towards a professional qualification (CA, CFE. ACAMS).

b. Desired qualifications:

  • postgraduate qualification (relevant to service area/business management, etc.)
  • may require knowledge in a specific technology related to role
  • legal or Forensic Accountancy or CA or CIA qualification preferred
  • certified AML specialist.
     

Minimum experience:

  • newly graduated.

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