AML | KYC Analyst

Job Category:
Analyst (Business/Systems)
Job Type:
Level of IT Experience:
5-10 Years
Salary Description:
Competitive salary offered
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Who are PwC Operate?

Our Operate business helps organisations transform and run complex operational processes that often create challenges and hinder their progress. Harnessing the power of tech and data to drive performance, Operate brings together innovative minds with a distinctive mix of subject matter knowledge and operational skills to deliver results that make the difference. We work with some of the most recognisable organisations worldwide in delivering large scale operational programmes and managed solutions. Underpinning all of this is our commitment to ensuring our people are equipped with tomorrow's skills to drive success for our clients today.

Who are we?

The Financial Crime Operations business area ("FinCrime") delivers Know your Customer | Customer Due Diligence | Anti-Money Laundering and Transaction Monitoring programmes for our clients. Made up of over 600 experienced staff, we work with our clients to rapidly mobilise, deliver, and manage large scale programmes, in line with their specific financial crime risks and AML regulatory standards. We have project experience on over 100 Customer Due Diligence projects in the last 5 years and have provided onboarding or KYC refresh on 50,000+ files.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for skilled analysts with experience in Anti-Money Laundering | Know Your Customer processes and procedures to join us. A successful candidate will possess a strong professional ambition and desire to succeed and be passionate about the integrity of financial institutions and a society less impacted by organised crime.

Responsibilities & Requirements

Complete AML | KYC reviews and remediation on customer case files across all risk thresholds according to relevant sector and/or geographical regulations

Conduct comprehensive research via public domain, client databases and/or customer outreach

Monitor customer transactions to establish a clear purpose of account, identifying and escalating instances of suspicious activity

Possess a high level of attention to detail and strong interpersonal skills

Demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively to solve important problems in a fast paced, pressured environment

Manage your own workload proactively to meet productivity and quality targets

Update internal and client metrics trackers accurately and expeditiously

Adapt to new developments and changes within the regulatory field

Knowledge of regulatory developments driving the industry and key issues affecting regulated firms

Experience in dealing with different types of company structures in different jurisdictions, funds and banking products

Proactively build relationships with all team members both internally and externally

What is in it for you?

This is a challenging role; however, you will be provided with the skills and development opportunities to grow your career alongside a growing team and organisation.

We are passionate about the work we deliver and the knowledge we can provide to clients and we are passionate about providing you with the tools and skills you'll need to do this too. You will be included in our specific training framework, tailored to match your skills, needs, and personal career aspirations.

We have a dedicated career service who will help you reach your career goals and help you succeed and grow. On top of our wealth of growth opportunities you will receive 25 days annual leave, a flexible benefits scheme to suit your personal/family needs, a competitive salary with regular reviews and the potential for a discretionary bonus.


The role will be based in Belfast; however, as a result of the wide variety of clients and projects, you may be asked to work in other locations within the UK and beyond, sometimes at short notice and sometimes over lengthy periods of time. Your desire and ability to do this will be discussed as part of the recruitment process. Candidates who are unable or do not wish to work on projects in other locations will still be considered and it is not a prerequisite of the role.

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