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Intern Placement – Financial Security- 12 Month Contract


Vacancy details

General information

Entity

Crédit Agricole CIB is the corporate and investment banking arm of Credit Agricole Group, the 12th largest banking group worldwide in terms of tier 1 capital (The Banker, July 2018). Nearly 8,300 employees in 34 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North Africa support the Bank's clients, meeting their financial needs throughout the world. Crédit Agricole CIB offers its large corporate and institutional clients a range of products and services in capital markets activities, investment banking, structured finance, commercial banking and international trade. The Bank is a pioneer in the area of climate finance, and is currently a market leader in this segment with a complete offer for all its clients.

For more information, please visit www.ca-cib.com

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/credit-agricole-cib/
  

Reference number

2019-40874  

Publication date

01/07/2019

Job description

Business type

Types of Jobs - Compliance / Financial Security

Contract type

Internship/Trainee

Job summary

Crédit Agricole CIB is the Corporate and Investment Banking arm of the Crédit Agricole Group, the world’s n°13 bank measured by Tier One Capital (The Banker, July 2018). The Bank offers its clients a comprehensive range of products and services structured around six major divisions:

Client Coverage & International Network
International Trade & Transaction Banking    
Global Investment Banking
Structured Finance
Global Markets
Debt Optimisation & Distribution

The Financial Security (FS) Department provides Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CACIB) and Crédit Agricole SA (CASA) London Branch with controls and procedures in order for them to comply with the internal FS policies and procedures and the bank’s statutory objective of reducing financial crime. This covers prevention, monitoring and investigation of money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery and corruption, embargos & sanctions, and fraud. The FS Department in London also operates within the guidelines set by the CACIB FS Department in Paris and in this respect is responsible for providing that CACIB policies are implemented and complied with at the London Branch.

The FS Department has 3 distinct teams: Central FS, QA & Policy and Fraud Prevention & Investigations. The incumbent will play a key role in the Central Financial Security Team, helping it to achieve its responsibilities. They will work with other support/control functions within Financial Security as well as, when required, Legal, RPC, HR, IT and Operations in order to effectively co-ordinate action.

For more information, please visit its website at www.ca-cib.com.

 

Key Responsibilities of Financial Security:

Developing local policies and procedures to ensure compliance with local regulations;
Taking reasonable steps to establish and maintain awareness and training;
Developing, maintaining and adhering to global and local policies and procedures in line with evolving statutory and regulatory obligations and experience and advice from enforcement agencies;
Providing opinions on a risk based approach to higher risk customer relationships and transactions including transaction alert management, customer screening and third party payments;
Monitoring of High Risk Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs)/Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs);
KYC/KYB Quality Assurance;
Investigate Financial Security and Crime related issues/suspicions and determining if such suspicions have substance and require disclosure to the National Crime Agency (NCA);;
Preparation and presentation of Financial Security Committee Meetings;
Preparation of management information data and statistical analysis on trends and anomalies.
Ensuring that all parts of CACIB are complying with policy and therefore monitoring operations and development of the policy to this end;
Ensuring that CACIB is fully compliant with the provisions of all relevant Anti-Bribery and Corruption legislation.

 



Job location

Geographical area

Europe, United Kingdom

City

London

Candidate criteria

Minimal education level

Bachelor Degree / BSc Degree or equivalent

Academic qualification / Speciality

Minimum 2:1 Degree or expected Degree or Equivalent

Required skills

Intern Role Summary

The role of the Intern is focussed in the Central FS Team, with a functional reporting line to the Sanctions & Monitoring Manager, Head of Central FS Head of Financial Security (MLRO), key responsibilities will include:

• The role requires involvement, as required, in assisting FS to fulfil all of its legal and regulatory obligations in the UK;
• Monitoring assisting with the coordination and administration of internal monitoring control work as directed;
• Preparation of Financial Security customer and transactional opinions that require Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), PEP and Sanctions screening;
• Escalating identified high risk activity to more experienced/senior Central FS staff and the Head of Central FS;
• Record keeping of work undertaken as per internal procedures;
• Assisting in providing Management Information to senior managers and appropriate committees.
• Attending training sessions as and when required/requested;
• Financial Security training statistics gathering and follow up with internal staff
• Liaising with Business Lines and other internal stakeholders in relation to financial security matters

Note: relevant training is provided.

Technical skills required

Regulatory Training

• Assist with the administration of training on Financial Security e-Learning courses, ensuring that all relevant staff have received core induction face to face Financial Security training;
• Ensure all relevant staff receive annual Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Sanctions training;
• Ensure non-compliant staff are escalated to the MLRO on a regular basis;
• International Sanctions checking for non-compliant staff is conducted every three days, and escalated when required to the MLRO.


Periodic Reporting and meeting attendance

• Regular reports to Senior Management;
• Statistics preparation for the relevant FS Committees
• Control Plan assistance in the completion for Quarterly Reporting;
• Logs creation and tracking as required;
• Attendance and record keeping for the Financial Security Team meetings;
• Assists in Compliance and Financial Security projects as and when requested.


Legal and Regulatory Responsibilities

Comply with all applicable legal, regulatory and internal compliance requirements, including, but not limited to, CACIB London Compliance Manual and Compliance policies and procedures as issued from time to time; FS requirements, policies and procedures including, but not limited to, local procedures and the prevention of financial crime and fraud including reporting obligations to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO).