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Danske Bank A/S Lietuvos filialas
Danske Bank A/S Lietuvos filialas

Principal Compliance Officer to support Danske Banks fight against financial crime

4.160 - 6.240 €
Neatskaičius mokesčių
2 Peržiūros

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Do you want to further develop your investigative competencies? Are you motivated by helping your co-workers develop and thrive? If so, you might be just the new Principal Compliance Officer that we are looking for to join our new Suspicious Activity Reporting Office in Lithuania or Poland.

Danske Bank’s Suspicious Activity Reporting Office (SARO) sits within Financial Crime in Group Compliance and is responsible for investigating, analysing, and reporting financial crime-related activity to relevant Nordic authorities. We are now working to expand our operations to Poland and Lithuania.

In this Principal Compliance Officer role, you will be involved in various tasks, from doing complex investigations to providing subject matter support for newly joined colleagues to participating in various projects.

In the first 6-9 months of the role, you will be working as a member of the project that will create the foundation of the future SAR department in Lithuania or Poland. The project is expected to reach its conclusion by late 2024 or early 2025. In this period, you will also focus on gaining an understanding of the Nordic investigation methodologies, internal processes, and local Nordic cultures to improve your abilities to perform SAR investigations and support the development of the new team as it is established.

Depending on your experience, you may be offered a different seniority of the role.

Mission

  • Participate as a crucial part of the transformation project to ensure the development of the new SARO team in Lithuania or Poland
  • Conduct SAR investigations in collaboration with your Lithuanian, Polish, and Nordic colleagues
  • Assist the new team members in ensuring progress on investigations through sparring, training, and mentoring
  • Maintain and encourage close relationships with the Nordic teams
  • Act as a point of contact for matters related to process changes, Quality Assurance issues, and other compliance-related issues that may arise in the team

Skills

  • 5 or more years of investigative experience, either from a financial institution, law enforcement, or journalistic background
  • A high level of integrity and the ability to comply with confidentiality requirements
  • Proficient in written and spoken advanced English is a pre-requisite
  • Direct or indirect management experience is considered a bonus but not a requirement, as is knowledge of a Nordic language
  • Great analytical, decision-making, and management skills
  • Experience working in an operational setting, including workflow planning and KPI adherence, is a valuable addition
  • Experience with project participation and business intelligence is also a benefit

We offer:

We will ensure that exact salary offered for you will be based on your qualifications, competencies, professional experience and requirements for the corresponding job function (salary range from 4160 EUR to 6240 EUR gross EUR/monthly).

Your title in job contract will be Officer – Compliance, Principal.

Camilla Møller Sørensen
City:

Vilnius

Remote work:

No

Working time:

Full time

Valid till:

2024-05-19