Sensitive Client Risk Analyst

Company Name:
UBS Financial Services
Title Sensitive Client Risk Analyst
Job Reference # 115277BR
Location United States - New Jersey
City Weehawken
Function Category Risk Control
Business Divisions Corporate Center
Job Type Full Time
Description Conduct enhanced due diligence on existing and new clients in accordance with Firm CIP policies and the USA Patriot Act for predominantly international clients and sensitive domestic clients such as PEPs or those associated with high risk industries or countries. Due diligence is comprised of using both internal and external databases. The analyst will be expected to manage their own case load, and communicate directly with business/branch offices when necessary. In addition, the analyst will be required to review certain reports and be tasked with assisting in other internal compliance processes.
Requirements o 3 plus years of compliance or industry-related experience
o Experience in KYC/Compliance including knowledge and understanding of anti-money laundering acts, laws and regulations as well as anti-money laundering trends and issues desirable.
o Strong analytical and research skills
o Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
o Bachelors degree
o Fluency in Spanish is required.
o Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, ACCESS and Word.
Preferred Qualifications LI-LF1
Our Offering UBS can offer you an environment geared towards performance, attractive career opportunities, and an open corporate culture that values and rewards the contribution of every individual.
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Disclaimer / Policy Statements UBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our workforce.

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