Insignia Cards Ltd

Junior AML, Fraud & Dispute Analyst

  • Basis:  Full-Time
  • Closing Date:  15 Oct, 2021
  • Job Ref:  KMP-64241

Job Description

Insignia is one of the most bespoke high-end lifestyle management and payment service groups in the world. We are seeking a Junior AML, Fraud and Dispute Analyst to join Insignia Cards Limited, a financial institution providing card products and services to clients in Malta and other European countries. An exciting opportunity for the right individual who is willing to learn and grow within a dynamic company, fast-expanding both locally and internationally.

The Role
Insignia Cards Limited is looking for an individual to join their Malta-based Compliance department. The Junior AML, Fraud and Dispute Analyst shall be reporting to the Head of Compliance.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Analysis of accounts and customer information according to prescribed internal control policies and procedures
  • Flag any transactional activity patterns that do not fit with the expected customer profile, investigate to report findings and concerns
  • Monitoring of possible money laundering transactions, communicate with respective departments to request information, communicate suspicions to the MLRO and submit SAR’s where need be
  • Provide AML advisory support to internal stakeholders where required
  • Execute and review negative media alerts from client screening and escalate where necessary
  • Communication with Insignia officers and other employees involved in the maintenance of internal control standards
  • Ensure that filings are completed accurately, timely and meeting regulatory requirement
  • Understands and stays current on the red flags and industry trends related to AML
  • Build and maintain positive and productive working relationships internally and externally
  • Ability to work effectively on a team, with business partners and colleagues throughout the company
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Knowledge of card business principles

Required knowledge, skills and experience
The role calls for candidates with:

  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong numerical and reporting skills
  • An inquisitive and communicative nature
  • A minimum of one-year working experience in financial services, corporate services, legal trust or relevant industry
  • A keen interest in compliance
  • The ability to work under pressure
  • Knowledge of money laundering regulations or experience in the field will be considered an asset
  • Knowledge of card schemes and regulatory matter relating to card processing is preferred but not essential