• Global Financial Crimes: Financial Crimes Quality Assurance ... Baltimore
  • Morgan Stanley in Baltimore, MD, United States
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  • 1 month ago

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About Morgan Stanley
Discover your next career opportunity with Morgan Stanley, where we are committed to helping our employees build meaningful careers, and where you can learn, achieve, and grow. Across the globe, we believe our greatest asset is our people. As part of our commitment to excellence, and to you, we offer a comprehensive suite of benefits, programs, and perks. From adoption... assistance benefits to Zipcar memberships, the Firm's 250+ employee programs have you covered from A to Z.

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About Global Financial Crimes
In Global Financial Crimes (GFC), you will play a critical role in identifying potentially suspicious activity, protecting vulnerable individuals, and safeguarding the integrity of the financial system. GFC coordinates day-to-day implementation of the Firm's financial crime prevention efforts. Including governance, oversight and execution of the Firm's Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Sanctions, Anti-Corruption and Government and Political Activities Compliance programs.

If you are passionate about financial crimes prevention, seeking a rewarding and dynamic career, and focused on making a difference, then GFC might be the right team for you.

Your Key Responsibilities:
As an experienced Quality Assurance & Reporting Professional in GFC, you will:
• Review completed work items and complete a detailed analysis regarding the disposition of those items, based on applicable procedures and ensuring all potential risks were addressed properly
• Document the QA review process accurately and completely
• Act as subject matter expert for an assigned financial crime monitoring activity (e.g., suspicious activity monitoring, negative news screening, sanctions screening), and/or KYC/due diligence activity (e.g., enhanced due diligence, customer risk-ranking), and/or an array of activities with a focus on a particular region. Note: After demonstrating expertise in role, QA analysts are typically asked to also be reporting owners, regularly communicating results and feedback with one or more areas of QA coverage, as well as being their primary point of contact for QA
• Provide as-needed support and guidance to dedicated QA analysts (e.g., ad hoc questions, sampling, and systems navigation) on the assigned area of expertise
• Oversee preliminary QA reviews performed by dedicated full-time and third-party vendor QA analysts
• Support QA management in the standardization of quality assurance monitoring and/or KYC processes for all of the Firm's business lines and coverage regions
• Manage the identification and coordination of training needs and other needs identified during the quality assurance process with coverage managers and the GFC policies, procedures, and training team
• Lead training sessions as needed on training gaps, new technology, and processes
• Support QA management with policy and procedure development and revisions, as well as regulatory examinations and internal audits, as needed What We're Looking for in You
• 2+ years professional experience in a financial crimes/anti-money laundering group (or similar) at a financial institution
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent
• Ability to identify root causes for recurring issues identified during the QA process
• Ability to take thoughtful and effective ownership of assigned areas of responsibility
• Excellent time management skills and ability to execute multiple tasks on deadline
• Excellent analytical skills
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively and collaboratively with colleagues and stakeholders across regions and business units
• Strong Microsoft Excel/PowerPoint/Teams skills
• Certification as an Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by ACAMS or equivalent AML certification/license - or certification within 15 months of hire Where You'll be Working
This role will require in office attendance 3 days/week. Two of those days will be Anchor Days where you will be in the office with your teammates to learn, grow, and collaborate in person.

The Baltimore office is the Firm's largest U.S. office outside of New York, with approximately 2,000 employees representing most of the Firm's Divisions.

Equal Opportunities Statement
Morgan Stanley is an equal opportunities employer. We work to provide a supportive and inclusive environment where all individuals can maximize their full potential. Our skilled and creative workforce is comprised of individuals drawn from a broad cross section of the global communities in which we operate and who reflect a variety of backgrounds, talents, perspectives, and experiences. Our strong commitment to a culture of inclusion is evident through our constant focus on recruiting, developing, and advancing individuals based on their skills and talents
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