Associate - Client Onboarding & Reg Svcs

Associate - Client Onboarding & Reg Svcs

16 Nov
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Morgan Stanley
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Bangalore Rural

16 Nov

Morgan Stanley

Bangalore Rural

Job Number: 3189616

POSTING DATE: Nov 15, 2021

PRIMARY LOCATION: Non-Japan Asia-India-Karnataka-Bengaluru

EDUCATION LEVEL: Bachelor's Degree

JOB: Other

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full Time

JOB LEVEL: Associate



DESCRIPTION

The Client screening team within ISGPO is responsible for performing screening and monitoring of clients against the sanctions list to determine if subject of alert is a client of Morgan Stanley.



Primary Responsibilities



? Review of adverse media news [NNS] for MS clients

? Ensure that the alerts processed are accurate and completed within the specified time period.

? Identify, communicate and remediate process breakdowns and best practices.







? Need to step up / act as back-up in absence of Team Manager.

? Prioritize and proactively manage own workflow to ensure departmental service standards are achieved.

? Participate in team meetings.

? Prepare monthly MIS and present to the regional stakeholders

? Recommend enhancements to AML policies or procedures to ensure continuous improvement to overall AML or Screening processes.



QUALIFICATIONS

Skills / Qualifications

? Up to 5 years of Corporate Intelligence, due diligence, and/or Operations experience in the financial or professional services industries preferred

? Bachelor?s degree from an accredited college / university

? Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills with the ability to apply sound reasoning when delivering services

? Problem solving skills

? Ability to work as part of a team and adapt to the needs of the team as they arise

? Good understanding MS Office product suite [MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel]

? AML experience, client reference data, or client documentation review



Coverage



Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM / 2 PM ? 11 PM IST. Coverage is dependent on business needs so flexibility on required finish time or full day?s coverage may be required during some Indian holidays