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Manager Financial Crime Advice

QBE - Sydney, NSW

Banking & Finance
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Financial Crime Advice Manager

Location: Sydney

Type: Permanent, full time position

Your part in a changing world

At QBE, we’re driven by our purpose – to give people the confidence to achieve their ambitions .

We are an international insurer and reinsurer offering a diverse portfolio of commercial, personal and specialty products, as well as risk management solutions. Our product portfolio includes property, motor, crop, energy, marine and aviation. We employee a team of more than 11,800 people, in 27 countries around the world.

The opportunity

The role of the Financial Crime Advice Manager is to manage the day to day second-line elements of QBE’s Financial Crime Risk Management Standard: providing high quality advice, support and challenge to the business on all of the financial crime types covered in the Standard (fraud, anti-bribery & corruption, sanctions, AML/CTF and modern slavery).The role reports to the AUSPAC Manager – Financial Crime Advice and is part of the AUSPAC risk function.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Continued development of financial crime risk management strategies and uplifting awareness within the organisation to prevent all aspects of financial crime.
  • Providing advice and support with the development, implementation, and maintenance of financial crime compliance programs as per Financial Crime Management and Risk & Control Self-Assessment Standards.
  • Ensure regular communication with peers and stakeholders across QBE’s 3 lines of defence to ensure consistency, uplift in awareness of financial crime issues and obligations, and ensure effective incident resolution and issue management.
  • Planning and assistance with Financial Crime Risk reviews across the AUSPAC business units.
  • Embedding the sanctions compliance program across AUSPAC, and conducting due diligence and advice on referrals from Line 1 teams.
  • Provide general support and advice to AML/CTF Compliance Officers in the Pacific Islands, including reviewing suspicious activity and transaction concerns to determine whether reports are required to regulators.
  • Working with the AUSPAC Manager - Financial Crime Advice to provide regular financial crime insights to senior management and the board, including via the Financial Crime dashboard and other reporting as required.

Your story so far:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications, such as law, intelligence or in any of the financial crime typologies.
  • Relevant professional qualifications from organisations such as ACAMS, Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists, Governance Institute of Australia, ANZIIF

Experience

  • Demonstrated experience in investigating/managing fraud and/or financial crime in a corporate environment
  • Qualifications in Investigations, Criminal Intelligence, Sanctions, AML/CTF.
  • Experience engaging with senior stakeholders including senior executive teams
  • Proven ability to produce strong written product including drafting policy documentation

Preferred Knowledge

  • Comprehensive knowledge of how the general insurance industry can be impacted by financial crime.
  • An understanding of global sanctions regimes, including in the jurisdictions in which QBE does business.
  • An understanding of AML/CTF risks, controls, and legislation in the jurisdictions in which QBE does business.
  • Knowledge of risk, compliance, insurance and/or financial services industry, trends & influencing factors.
  • Broad understanding of fraud and financial crime identification, Investigation management and prevention frameworks.
  • A solid understanding of the insurance industry, criminal and legal frameworks.
  • Knowledge of the regulatory environment as it applies to financial crime.

We are here to support you

We value our employee’s experience with us and are proud to have been recognised for the following awards:

  • 2021 LinkedIn Top Employer and HRD Employer of Choice
  • Ranked 6th place in the AAGE Top Graduate Employers 2021 as voted by graduates
  • 2020 Best Workplace Diversity & Inclusion and Excellence Award for Best Health & Wellbeing at the Australian HR Awards
  • Top 20 Workplaces for Dads in 2019 and 2020 (HBF Direct Advice for Dads)
  • Gold Employer status in both the 2019 and 2020 Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) – the definitive national benchmark on LGBTI workplace inclusion.

We offer a range of benefits to help provide holistic support for your work life, whatever your circumstance. As a QBE employee, we will offer you:

  • ‘Hybrid Working’ – a mix of working in the office and at home to enhance your work/life balance
  • Our ‘At My Best’ wellbeing program, including a free 12-month subscription to Headspace
  • Access to ‘Share the Care’ – 12 weeks’ gender-equal flexible leave for all new parents, including paid superannuation
  • The ability to maximise retirement savings through voluntary super contributions and company matching
  • Income protection insurance and reimbursed Death and Total Permanent Disability insurance premiums
  • Access to REACH My Best - free holistic wellbeing coaching, nutritional, financial and legal advice, and confidential counselling
  • Access to Family and Domestic Violence leave and support through QBE’s Family Domestic Violence First Responder Network
  • A sustained commitment to Reconciliation, having launched our first Reconciliation Action Plan in 2015
  • Discounts on insurance products, car hire, hotels, goods and services
  • Benefits through our various sports and arts sponsorship partners such as free and discounted tickets.

Join us.

Click APPLY to submit your application.

The successful applicant(s) will need to initiate work rights, police, employment and credit checks through our online provider prior to receiving an offer from QBE. All checks must be completed and cleared prior to your first day.

Internal applicants, please advise your manager before making a formal application and please be aware that if successful, you may be required to complete police and credit checks as a condition of offer.

Applications close on:

QBE recognise the value of diverse perspectives and experience. We are committed to an inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and respected for who they are. If we can provide support with access requirements, alternative work arrangements or you would like to connect with one of our networks please contact us at recruitment@qbe.com.

Number of Openings:

1

How to Apply:

To submit your application, click "Apply" and follow the step by step process.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

QBE is an equal opportunity employer and is required to comply with equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction it operates.