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Manager - Customer Due Diligence And Enhanced Customer Due Diligence
Crown Limited, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Manager - Customer Due Diligence & Enhanced Customer Due Diligence a97ff090-8dab-4418-8105-97a0068bef4a /Taleo-Site-Header_Oliver.aspx ) Manager - Customer Due Diligence Enhanced Customer Due Diligence Full-Time Crown Melbourne A career in our Crown Resorts financial crime, compliance and responsible gaming team will provide you with the opportunity to make a difference in the ongoing fight against financial crime and building trust in the community. The Manager - Customer Due Diligence Enhanced Customer Due Diligence will lead a team of three and will report to the Head of Customer Intelligence and Due Diligence. This position plays a key role in managing ongoing customer due diligence responsibilities by ensuring that all Crown entities comply with the legislative requirements of the AML/CTF Act 2006 and AML/CTF Rules, as well as other relevant regulatory and compliance requirements. The Manager - Customer Due Diligence Enhanced Customer Due Diligence is also responsible for executing Crown's Customer Due Diligence (CDD) program, the Enhanced Customer Due Diligence (ECDD) program, and managing all CDD/ECDD queries, including Source of Funds (SoF) and Source of Wealth (SoW) due diligence. Key responsibilities will include: Ensure that Crown meets its CDD and ECDD obligations, by managing a team of experienced Analysts. Provide technical leadership, Subject Matter Expertise (SME) and Quality Assurance (QA) to support the delivery of CDD ECDD activities. Escalation of risk to the relevant stakeholders identified through onboarding, trigger event and periodic reviews of customers. Provide ongoing training and coaching to the CDD and ECDD Analysts and the wider Financial Crime team. Maintain a close working relationship with the Investigations and Screening team, Financial Crime Intelligence Unit (FCIU) and other relevant stakeholders. Keep abreast of Crown's systems and process changes to maintain and enhance access to a wide variety of internal intelligence sources utilised for CDD and ECDD. Continually develop and maintain specialist AML/CTF knowledge. To be successful, you will need: A Degree (or undertaking a Degree) in a relevant discipline (e.g. Business Management; Law; MBA etc.) is desirable. Sound knowledge of AML/CTF regulatory requirements, particularly CDD ECDD requirements for different types of customers. Experience in managing a range of skill sets including regulatory subject matter experts and technical specialists. Strong stakeholder management skills with ability to influence at a senior level. Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills Ability to balance multiple priorities in a fast moving and demanding environment The ability to hold and maintain Casino Licenses across VIC, NSW and WA Applications close: Midnight, Sunday 4th July 2021. _As part of Crown's inclusive culture, we strongly encourage applications across all cultural backgrounds, genders and abilities. Please contact recruitmentcrownmelbourne.com.au for more information_ _Crown conducts pre-employment checks throughout the Recruitment process including police checks and two references checks. You may also be subject to further checks including an international police check, working rights check and a pre-employment assessment._ _Crown does not request payment as part of the recruitment process._ [](https://www.crownmelbourne.com.au/CrownWebsite/media/General/Images/191202 -Crown-Melbourne-General-Taleo-Footer-Values.jpg) Primary Location: Melbourne Work Locations: Job: Legal Organization: Crown Melbourne Limited.