AML Officer AML Officer …

Link Asset Services
in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
competitive
Link Asset Services
in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
competitive
Asset Services is looking for an AML Officer to join the Real Estate Team in Belfast.

Company Description

Asset Services is part of Link Group’s Asset Services division and works in partnership internationally with almost 7,000 clients including asset managers and investors, business managers, asset owners, trustees, issuers and borrowers. We provide the infrastructure through which assets are secured or deployed in both regulated and unregulated markets.



Job Description

Asset Services is looking for an AML Officer to join the Real Estate Team in Belfast.

The Real Estate Team manage a portfolio of properties in Receivership across the North and South of Ireland.  The AML Officer will be primarily responsible for the collation of KYC and CDD information in line with our AML policy and procedures in order to assist in the delivery of property sales for our Private Equity client.

Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  • Facilitating the completion of high volumes of property transactions by ensuring that AML/KYC clearances have been obtained in a timely manner.
  • First point of contact for purchasers on all property transactions to understand the funding structure and explain the specific AML/KYC requirements.
  • Liaising with Case Manages, clients, and external 3rd parties to keep them up to date with progress of specific transactions.
  • Maintaining team trackers (including sales and AML/KYC trackers) to ensure that Management Information and client reporting is accurate. 



Qualifications

Required

  • Effective communicator both by phone and e-mail.
  • Previous experience within an AML / Compliance Team within the banking / financial services industry is required.
  • Understanding of typical legal structures, including limited companies, partnerships and trusts.
  • Familiarity with public sources of information available in the UK / NI / ROI and other jurisdictions.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, in particular Microsoft Excel.

 

Desirable

  • University graduate with a degree in a complimentary discipline desirable but not essential
  • Well organised with the ability to manage a number of tasks under demanding deadlines 
  • Flexible individual with a desire to exceed project goals
  • Previous experience in handling confidential and commercially sensitive information

 

Additional Information

Our people are the reason we are able to deliver market-leading data and information solutions for companies, large asset owners and trustees worldwide. That's why we invest heavily in our employees globally by providing great career progression and training opportunities, working environment and employee benefits.

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