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Senior Manager, Financial Crime Technology

Date: Oct 21, 2021

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

The Role
• Scoping the delivery of analytical projects, working closely with clients and other project stakeholders to understand their requirements;
• Leading the delivery of analytical work leading a team/(s) of colleagues;
• Providing subject matter expertise to our Financial Crime team on the selection, functional requirements, design, testing and tuning of sanctions screening and Transaction Monitoring solutions;
• Managing the quality and accuracy of your team’s work and addressing risks as they arise;
• Evaluating new technologies (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, etc.) to implement state of the art solutions to address Sanctions technical challenges in a more efficient way;
• Providing leadership and guidance on the best approach to analysing complex Financial Crime business issues, from determining initial risks and issues through to implementation;
• Leveraging your skills experience to identify, propose and lead the development of new solutions to client problems;
• Contributing to the overall business management and leadership of the forensic analytics team;
• Contributing to the firm’s talent agenda, managing and working effectively in diverse teams and helping to foster an inclusive culture where people are recognised for their contribution;
• Supporting the ambition of the team to be the leading forensic analytics experts in the UK and beyond, through growing the team to enable development of a broad range of quality client relationships across all industries and through the adoption of both cutting-edge and well-established technologies.


Required Professional Experience
• Transaction Monitoring and Financial Crime domain expertise and/or technical knowledge acquired from a Compliance, Business or IT perspective;
• Experience of leading and managing project-based work;
• Ability to work with and lead project teams, helping to motivate team members;
• A desire to understand business problems and to evaluate the results of your work in a business context;
• Supporting the development of colleagues through mentoring and knowledge sharing;
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills that you can adapt to technical and nontechnical audiences;
• Contribution to or development of proposals and propositions for internal or external clients.


Preferred Experience
• Relevant postgraduate or professional qualifications (including compliance experience as a practitioner and/or Financial Crime compliance qualifications (e.g. ICA or ACAMS or equivalent);
• Experience of working on projects for external clients;
• Experience of working in or working on projects in regulated industries, particularly financial services;
• Knowledge of a market leading rules engine based solution for Financial Crime compliance (e.g. Actimize, Norcom, Mantas, BAe Detica, SAS etc.)
• Use of ‘traditional’ data analytics tools and techniques (e.g. MS SQL, Oracle, MySQL) and ETL software (e.g. SSIS, Informatica, CloverETL) to address Financial Crime problems;
• Scripting or programming (e.g. Java, Python, C#).


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