Financial Crime Compliance (AML, CTF) – Associate – 12 month contract

Written by Anton Murray Consulting Consulting on .

Apply for this Job →

Location: Sydney

Salary description: $45-$55 per hour base

  • $50-100k AUD Equivalent
  • Contract or Temporary
  • 3 to 7 years of experience

Our client is seeking a Global Financial Crimes Compliance Associate to join their team in Sydney on a 12 month contract.

They are a  leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services.

The team is responsible for ensuring the business is in compliance with the Anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing (AML/CTF) laws and regulations of Australia as well as the internal firm-wide policies and procedures.

Their mandate covers all areas including ML/TF, Sanctions, Bribery and corruption, Fraud and Franchise Risk. It covers all AML-regulated businesses in Australia, including Wealth Management and Institutional Securities Group.

Key responsibilities:

  • Advisory/ approvals
  • Reviews/ Investigations/ Suspicious Matters
  • Tracking and reporting
  • Monitoring and screening
  • Training

Key skills:

  • Sound level of understanding and working knowledge of the Australian AML/CTF laws and regulations, particularly as they pertain to CIP/KYC/CDD.
  • Sound level of understanding and working knowledge of an AML/CTF Program- Part A and B. Ensure advice given to the business is in line with  AML/CTF Program requirements.
  • Develop an understanding and working knowledge of the Global AML/CTF and KYC Policies, Procedures and Standards


  • 3+ years experience working with an AML-regulated financial service provider that provides services to retail and institutional clients.
  • 3+ years AML/CTF Compliance at another leading bank
  • University undergraduate degree or equivalent tertiary education


Contact Us in Sydney


Phone:+61 2 8246 8900

Hiring Staff: hire@antonmurray.com

Seeking Work: apply@antonmurray.com

Newsletter Archives