Are you an experienced financial crime risk/compliance professional with high integrity, energy, eagerness to learn, and passion for preventing financial crime? Are you ready to be an active contributor in making financial crime related issues a visible and integrated part of the business and customer journey? If yes, this position could be your next career step!
We are looking for an experienced Financial Crime Risk Specialist to join our team to work on ensuring integrity across the Danske Bank’s participation in financial markets and in society. In this role, you will contribute to meet the financial crime related regulatory requirements regarding legal entity customers and to comply with the relevant laws and regulations with your experience and knowledge. The position is located in Oslo or Trondheim.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Acting in a first line advisory role for the Norwegian Branch in financial crime related matters with emphasis on legal entity customers within the business units Large Corporates & Institutions and Business Customers
- Identify, assess and minimise financial crime related risks
- Contributing to the development of financial crime related requirements and controls
- Building and carrying out awareness training in the area of financial crime
As part of our unit, other financial crime related risk-mitigating tasks are a part of your responsibilities as well. These may vary depending on your interests and experience.
Your toolkit for the role
The job requires collaboration in Financial Crime Risk unit locally and globally but also with local business units, branches, legal entities and compliance. Good collaborative stakeholder management skills are necessary.
Since many stakeholders are involved and dependent on our high quality advices, it is important to communicate openly and clearly. Fluency in English and Norwegian -- both spoken and written -- is necessary in this role.
The tasks require having expert level knowledge and understanding of different local Norwegian laws and regulations related to financial crime. With this in mind, a relevant degree and previous experience of financial sector and financial crime is required. Experience within or knowledge of Large Corporates & Institutions business is considered an advantage.
Integrity and determination
The guidance and instructions provided by the unit can potentially have great impact on the business but also for the overall risk exposure. It is important to make sure that the results are correct and risks and controls are well assessed.
Readiness to learn
We operate in a fast pace and in a constantly changing regulatory environment. Willingness to stay up-to-date with the latest regulatory changes, industry best practises, and readiness to learn are highly required. Capability to work independently and proactively with the ability to search and find new information, assess and evaluate it and put it into practice is vital in this role.
Thrive and develop in a dynamic workplace
You will become a part of a journey to build an even more collaborative, strong, innovative and engaging culture in Danske Bank. A culture where we encourage each other to take ownership of how we work and how we develop to enable both professional and personal growth. We also offer you high-quality employee benefits such as lunch, sports and cultural benefits, as well as many other benefits from our partners. If you can see yourself thriving in a fun, ambitious, business-aware, and outcome-centric department now is the time to join!
Is this your future position?
Great, we look forward to hearing from you! Send your CV and application by 8 February 2023.
For additional information about the position, please contact Carl Olsson, Head of 1st Line Financial Crime Risk Norway, either by phone or by email.