Melbourne
Wealth Management
Contract or Temporary

Our client is a global tier-one Wealth Management firm seeking an experienced client onboarding / KYC Associate to join their Melbourne team.

The ideal candidate will have wealth management / retail broking client onboarding/ KYC / AML experience and ideally some understanding of UK FSA regulations.

Responsibilities:

  • Review and approve client account documentation; understand and enforce current AML KYC requirements, ensuring proper due diligence to KYC rules for new client onboarding or updates to existing client static data.
  • Process new account documentation and ensure that the account opening process satisfies the client’s needs with exceptional service.
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) on AML/KYC standards and policies and key contact for related queries and initiatives.
  • Answer queries on all aspects of account onboarding, and provide guidance to advisers and support staff on complex matters.
  • Facilitate screening requirements and assess customers, to identify possible Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Tax Evasion and other risks.

Experience:

  • At least 3 years of experience in the Australian and global securities markets, ideally with an operations/ client onboarding/ KYC  and/or client service background
  • Understanding of global AML/KYC standards, in particular Australian and UK- FSA requirements
  • Prior retail broking client service, account opening/client onboarding experience
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Acute awareness of risk, with a clear focus on control and timely escalation
  • A proactive nature, challenging and questioning process, seeking innovative solutions to improve efficiency and mitigate risk
  • Excellent verbal and written English communication skills
  • Effective organisational skills; ability to work under pressure

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