Regulation, Compliance and Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) protects the integrity and reputation of Deutsche Bank. It manages the Bank's risks and help to avert unintentional rule breaches and conflicts of interest. At the same time, we also advise the bank on ethical conduct and governance issues and keep the bank up to date on regulatory and political challenges.
As the Sanctions and Embargoes Officer, you will join the APAC Sanctions Transaction Review Desk. The APAC Sanctions Transaction Review Desk is responsible for the third-level review and decision-taking on escalated transaction messages from Deutsche Bank's transaction filtering process in alignment with applicable sanctions regulations, and internal sanctions policies and procedures.
Supporting the Regional Head of Sanctions & Embargoes in advising business and infrastructure units on sanctions-related queries on clients, transactions, and/or deals (including cash management, payments, corporate finance, and trade finance products and services) in alignment with Group sanctions policies
Conducting and/or reviewing sanctions-related investigations on escalated transactions or cases for further escalation to Group Sanctions & Embargoes
Drafting of regional sanctions-related processes and procedures, if necessary
Monitoring, and keeping the relevant business and infrastructure units and APAC locations informed on international and regional sanctions developments that may have regional impact to the Bank's global or APAC operations
Conduct of training or briefing sessions to business and infrastructure units within the APAC region
Participation in global and regional calls to update on regional developments and issues may be required
Perform any applicable reporting obligations to the competent authorities in relation to transaction handling, or other sanctions policy issues as required
Assist the region in formulating consistent responses to sanctions-related questions and findings in audits and inspections
Key skills & qualifications:
Educated to degree level or have equivalent work experience
Familiar with Sanctions laws and regulations applicable in APAC as well as international programs of the United States, European Union and United Nations in order to provide overall legal guidance on Sanctions risk issues
A very good knowledge of the banking industry and the respective product spectrum of an international Corporate and Investment Bank
Flexible, able to address compliance and business demands in a constantly changing international legal and regulatory environment
Able to act independently but also work as part of a team within the Sanctions function
Prepared to take decisions on the basis of facts and in consideration of all internal and external regulatory requirements and expectations
A strong communicator across all levels in a multi-national environment and able to provide guidance for the various stakeholders within the Bank
An excellent communicator, both verbally and in writing
Deutsche Bank offers a challenging and rewarding career where your contribution is valued and rewarded. We have an inclusive and friendly working environment coupled with excellent facilities and benefits.
Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.
Deutsche Bank does not accept unsolicited curriculum vitae from third party vendors.
Internal Number: 5110902
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