Banking professional with more than 8.5 years experience in banking with the
strong knowledge of banking products, services and procedures,
especially in KYC/AML/CFT/OFAC/Global sanctions/FATCA compliance sphere, who can
help your company to achieve any goals while mitigating the risks.
Excellent verbal and written
communication skills with strong interpersonal skills;
Strong analytical and
team player, strong leadership abilities and team building skills;
Dynamic and self-motivated;
Excellent organizational, project management and planning skills;
Ability to work well under
Demonstrated initiative and creativity in problem solving;
Fast learner, eager for
Proficiency with personal computers and pertinent mainframe systems and software packages, including MS Office Suite, AML/OFAC monitoring software.
English (fluent), Russian (native), Belarusian (native), French (intermediate level (DELF B1), German (basic knowledge).
Belgazprombank (http://belgazprombank.by/en)March 2013 to September 2015Senior compliance officer
International Sanctions Compliance (mainly OFAC, FinCEN, European Union, Her Majesty's Treasury (HM Treasury), United Nations, others);
Sanctions lists management, downloading and
The Bank Secrecy Act, The USA PATRIOT Act, US
Treasury AML guidelines, OFAC requirements, and Suspicious Activity Reporting
Using in work Accuity, LexisNexis,
WorldCompliance, WorldCheck, DowJones AML/CFT/KYC/Sanctions compliance
AML Risk Assessment, revising of work-with-clients'
Processing/Analytics/Investigations of AML/CFT/KYC/Sanctions
screening alerts on both the customer and transaction level;
Suspicious money laundering operations detection,
monitoring and analysis by reviewing alerts generated by the automated monitoring system, other sources;
Surveillance, account monitoring and investigating High-risk accounts and
Effectively communicating with and obtaining information from account
officers in order to support conclusions of customer activity reviews;
Preparing narrative comments that summarize results of reviews and that support decisions regarding activity analyzed;
Where appropriate, referring unusual or suspicious activity requiring further action to a supervisor;