Leverage existing intelligence and investigative analytics tools to enable the Bank and Group to proactively manage AML/CFT risks.
Conduct investigations to proactively monitor customer behavioural patterns & exposure, reviewing payment movements and counterparty settlements for indications of existing and emerging criminal typologies and any required follow-on investigations.
Act as the Subject Matter Expert in the financial crime investigation space to design and conceptualise new data analytics solution for the group with our OCBC AI Lab as part of the bank's strategic uplift project.
Stakeholders engagement with OCBC AI Lab and the various business units.
Coordinate with International Advisory Team on the group's rollout of strategic data analytics tools.
Conducts special investigations within the group and other ad-hoc projects and duties as assigned.
Reporting to: Head, Group Intelligence & Special Investigations
At least 8 years of investigative or related experience on AML or financial crimes gained with financial institutions, local enforcement or regulatory agencies.
Good knowledge of how data analytics can be deployed in the AML and financial crimes space.
Co-champion the bank's strategic uplift project on data analytics with Head, Group Intelligence & Investigations.
Experience interfacing with bank regulators.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects concurrently.
A collaborator with excellent interpersonal communication skills.
Strategic, highly motivated, of impeccable character and forward-looking. Experience leading a team is a plus.
Knowledge of open-source programming languages such as Python or R, machine learning and data engineering concepts are pluses.
Reporting to: Head, Group Intelligence & Investigative Analytics