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Business type : Types of Jobs – Compliance / Financial Security
Job title : Summer Internship – Financial Security
Contract type : Internship/Trainee
Term (in months) : 8 – 12 Weeks
Expected start date : 20/06/2022Job summary

The Financial Security team is responsible for the administration of the core Financial Security processes.

The role will be based in London.




  1. The Financial Security (FS) Department (Reviews and Monitoring):
  • Monitoring of Financial Security enhanced due diligence workflow (work queue)
  • Monitoring and maintenance of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) / Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs) workflow and log
  • Monitoring of high risk transactions alerts (Fircosoft)
  • KYC Quality Assurance checks
  • Investigate Financial Security and Crime related issues
  • Financial Security quarterly FS Committee Meetings
  • Statistics including 2 Enterprise Wide Risk Assessments (EWRA’s)
  • Third Party Payments
  • Transaction alerts treatment

Intern Role Summary

The Intern would be part of the Financial Security Team, reporting to the Senior Compliance Officer, key responsibilities will
include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assisting in various Financial Security projects as and when required
  • Assisting FS team members on Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), PEP and Sanctions reviews
  • Assisting FS team members with the preparation required for regular committee meetings
  • Assisting with the collating of statistics for various reports
  • Attending training sessions held for and/or by the Financial Security team
  • Assisting in the drafting of enhanced due diligence summaries
  • Liaising with Business Lines on Financial Security related queries
  • Assisting with project work as appropriate
  • Maintaining training statistics, attendance and follow ups.
  1. Regulatory Training
  • Assist with the administration of training on Financial Security e-Learning courses, ensuring that all relevant staff have received mandatory 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 management on a regular basis
  • Assist with the administration of training records
  1. Periodic Reporting and meeting attendance

Assist with the collation and documentation of numerous Financial Security reports as requested which will include:

  • Regular reports to Senior Management
  • Statistics for the FS Committee and Internal Control Committee
  • Logs creation and tracking as required
  • Attendance and record keeping for the Financial Security team meetings
  • Assist in Compliance and Financial Security projects as and when requested

Legal and Regulatory Responsibilities

  • Comply with all applicable legal, regulatory Financial Security and internal Compliance requirements including Financial Crime and Fraud including reporting obligations (reporting of suspicious activity) to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer
  • Maintain appropriate knowledge to ensure to be fully qualified to undertake the role. Complete all mandatory training as
  • Escalate all issues as required by internal policies and procedures or matters about which you are in doubt or require further
  • Liaise with Compliance



Candidate criteria

Minimal education level

High school / Secondary school / A levels / AS levels / IB

Academic qualification / Speciality

  • Undergraduate – early/mid stage of their Degree
  • Strong academic qualifications in
    analytical subjects

Required skills

  • Proven experience of delivering high quality written reports and of formally tracking actions to resolution
  • Excellent communication (oral and
    written) and interpersonal skills
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills with strong diplomacy and tact
  • Confident, adaptable, attentive to
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Energy and tenacity to work well
    under time pressure to meet

Technical skills required

  • Some informal training will be
    provided relating to the department
  • Strong IT literacy (MS Office;
    databases, Excel etc., PPT)
  • Analytical skills


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