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General Bank of Canada
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (hybrid)
10 days ago
General Bank of Canada
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
(hybrid)
10 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Salary
$81,574.00 - $122,361.00
Min Experience
5-7 Years
Min Education
BA/BS/Undergraduate
Required Travel
0-10%
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
AML Compliance Manager

Description

General Bank of Canada (GBC), headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, is a Schedule 1 Chartered bank and part of the Wheaton Group. Our roots trace back to the entrepreneurial spirit of our founder in the mid-1950s, who began with a single auto dealership in Saskatchewan. Evolving into one of Canada's fastest-growing small banks, GBC expanded into helping Canadians with their automotive, aviation, and commercial financing needs.

 

After years of success, we aim to harness the advantages of our small, nimble structure and work to redefine banking in a digital era. As we strive to build a bank for the future, we take pride in our continuous certification as a Great Place to Work in Alberta for five consecutive years. We love it here and know you will too!

The Opportunity

General Bank of Canada is looking for a permanent, full time Financial Crimes Manager & CAMLO to join the organization as a key contributor with the Bank’s Risk team. Consistent with the growth trajectory of the Bank, this is an excellent opportunity for the right individual to contribute to building the bank of the future with considerable potential for learning, growth, and advancement.

As the Financial Crimes Manager & CAMLO, you will play a pivotal role in enhancing the Banks, Risk and Compliance (R&C) framework. As our Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Fraud Risk expert, you will be the individual responsible for evaluating and enhancing our existing AML program, drive automation initiatives, support in the development of a robust fraud program, and ensure strict adherence with our regulators. This role will act as a key contributor in maintaining a culture of compliance and risk management across the organization.

Responsibilities

Financial Crime Program

  •         Develop, implement, and optimize the Bank's AML/ATF framework, policies, procedures, and controls.
  •         Perform risk assessments to identify and mitigate exposure to money laundering and terrorist financing.
  •         Serve as the Bank's CAMLO; retain expertise on the latest regulations and typologies.
  •         Partner with Business Units to enhance customer due diligence and screening measures.
  •       Oversee suspicious activity monitoring and reporting.
  •      Respond to law enforcement requests; facilitate information sharing.

Fraud Risk Management

  •      Develop and oversee the Bank's anti-fraud strategy and loss prevention program.
  •      Collaborate with the Business Unit to implement controls to prevent, detect, and respond to internal and external fraud.
  •      Utilize data analytics, technology, and staff training to identify fraud risk exposure.
  •      Investigate suspicious incidents through root cause and trend analysis.
  •          Minimize fraud losses through prompt containment and remediation

Regulatory Compliance & Reporting

  •     Maintain effective policies, procedures, controls, and testing to comply with The Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and regulations.
  •       Prepare reports for the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC).
  •       Respond to FINTRAC inquiries; implement enhancements based on feedback. 

 Provide support to the Bank’s Risk & Compliance team with additional tasks as needed.



Requirements

What You Bring to the Table

  •        5+ years in financial crime risk management and/or compliance.
  •      In-depth knowledge of Canadian AML/ATF regulations and fraud prevention best practices. Including demonstrated experience with the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC).
  •        Proven ability to perform customer due diligence and design risk-based monitoring.
  •        Experience investigating suspicious activities through root cause and trend analysis.
  •        Experience with leading technology and/or automation initiatives related to AML or financial crime activities.
  •        Skilled at fostering collaboration with key internal and external partners.
  •          Outstanding analytical and communication abilities.
  •        Relevant university degree in business, finance, or commerce. Equivalent experience will be considered.
  •        AML or CAMS certification an asset.
  •          Previous experience in the financial services industry is considered an asset. 

Workplace Model: In-office

Location: Edmonton

What General Bank Brings to the Table

We proudly offer a competitive compensation package including salary and benefits. Our benefits include extended health, dental, vision, and extensive mental health coverage as well as a multi-faceted employee assistance program and flexible spending accounts. As an employee, you can also expect to experience:

  •         Group retirement savings program with matched employer contributions. 
  •         Generous paid time off to ensure a healthy work and life harmony.
  •         Collaborative work environment where your voice and opinion are valued.
  •         Employee perks for various products and services discounts.
  •         Beautiful downtown office location with an onsite gym and the best rooftop patio in Edmonton.
  •         Events and celebrations throughout the year.
  •         Tuition and professional development support.
  •         Welcoming teams that celebrate diversity and focus on inclusion.

The salary range for this position starts at $81,574.14

How to Apply

We invite you to apply directly through our Careers portal generalbank.ca/careers. If you need additional support, please reach out to HR@generalbank.ca. While all applications are appreciated, candidates selected for consideration will be contacted directly.

General Bank of Canada is an equal-opportunity employer, and we are committed to fostering an environment where all employees are welcome and supported. We are dedicated to building an inclusive workforce that reflects the diversity of our communities, and customers. Accessibility is important to the Bank and if you require accommodations during the interview process, please let us know.

Job ID: 73424148

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