- If you have an in-depth knowledge and at least 7 years of relevant professional experience in working with and reporting on risk assessments, in particular the SIRA;
- If you can express a strong personal vision regarding FC-related risks in the financial sector, and understands the added value of risk management therein;
- If you have a university degree with a strong risk management - related focus (such as economics, business administration etc.), or has extensive working experience that proves equivalence therewith (e.g. in compliance, operational risk management, regulator);
- If you can bring excellent references from previous professional positions, or from his/her academic field of study;
- If you are confident, self-organising and result-driven;
- If you are able to see things from various different perspectives; we expect you are an independent thinker with a critical mindset;
- If you have an excellent writing and presenting skills that help deliver outstanding products, reports and services to empower our (senior) stakeholders with decision-making advantages. Experience with (senior) stakeholder management is preferable;
- If you are generally people-focused. Connecting to, cooperating and interacting with others comes naturally to you;
- If you are able to set up original- albeit methodologically sound- advanced qualitative analyses, that nonetheless are always clear for those less privy to the topic;
- If you are fluent in English;
- If you are experienced in using Excel
- If you can work across business, organisational and geographical borders, and thereby shows both organisational and cultural sensitivity;
- If you understand the business of banking, and has professional knowledge of the Financial Crime domain in financial institutions, and the related processes, technology and developments in the field;
- If you have an understanding of ING’s internal organisation is preferable.
- Combining a deep understanding of compliance risk management with the relevant Financial Crime typologies such as AML, Sanctions, Customer Tax Offences and Anti-Bribery & Corruption;
- Analytical proficiency with a proven interest in -and experience with- building up and maintain a sustainable RAS and SIRA methodology;
- Showing you are a flexible, creative and curious professional with a hands-on mentality and result oriented who is looking forward to work on a wide variety of compliance risk management related topics in an enthusiastic team;
- Passion for integrity, compliance and risk culture;
- Enriching our way of working with your adherence to, and understanding of- the highest professional analytical standards and methodological soundness;
- Liaising with other (FC) risk management professionals inside ING;
- Using your strong communication and people skills, and organizational sensitivity to convey complex messages in a concise and simple way. You are able to bring adherence to “why” change is required to achieve effective management of FC risks and to ‘get people on board’ to ensure buy-in from stakeholders;
- Acting as an ambassador for the FCC domain in general, and the mission, way of working and deliverables of the FCC Risk Management team in particular. Enabling the medior and junior colleagues in the team to show an excellent performance.
ING Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) is looking for a senior compliance officer to join our FCC Risk Management team. This is a unique, though challenging opportunity for experienced professionals to join our team, which is part of the Corporate Compliance department. The position is based in Warsaw. The mission of FCC Risk Management is to help ensure a robust bank wide end-to-end FCC framework. Risk Management achieves it goals a.o. by the enhancement of the Systematic Integrity Risk Assessment (SIRA) methodology, developing SIRA risk scenario’s and facilitation of the SIRA roll-out globally to all ING countries and by setting boundaries and helping define and roll out the Global Financial Crime (FC) Risk Appetite Statement (RAS). We do this in close cooperation with many partners inside ING, both business and with the help of other 2nd line (NFR) departments. This position is especially suitable for someone who is keen to contribute to a safe and secure international bank, who thrives on a high degree of self-organisation and responsibility in his/her day to day activities.
50%- Develop, setup and analyzing reports on globaland business line level.
40%- Supporting/advising in performance of SIRA bylocal entities.
10%- Coaching/supporting the team to perform theactivities.