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AML / KYC Officer (m/f)

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Baker McKenzie’s Luxembourg office is part of a global law firm, which offers a wide range of expertise and legal solutions customized to our international clients’ needs. We advise clients on market-leading transactions in key industries, including banking, insurance, asset management, pharmaceuticals, oil, energy and real estate. Baker & McKenzie Luxembourg is looking for an AML/KYC Officer to participate in the development of our Compliance department. Your responsibilities: Collect KYC documents for a range of different transactions and relevant counterparties related to corporate business; Assess information and documents obtained and conclude its completeness and reliability; Contribute to the maintenance of KYC data in the information systems for the purposes of keeping up-to-date information in the context of the KYC measures and controls; Undertake quality review of KYC records; Perform due diligence checks on new and existing clients and monitor client transactions on a risk-based approach; Ensure Client documentation is timely, accurate and complete and events properly documented; Prepare KYC files for the client acceptance committee; Provide administrative Support to the Managers of the department. Your profile: A minimum of 4 years experiences in a compliance, AML / KYC client’s oriented position; Understanding regulatory requirements, especially with relation to Anti-Money Laundering/Know-Your-Customer frameworks, policies and procedures; You are fluent in French & English; Excellent analytical, problem solving, and time management skills; Strong Excel and other relevant business software skills; Ability to perform under pressure and within tight deadlines; Flexibility, adaptability, reliability and commitment; Sense of initiative and problem-solving approach; Highest work standards with a strong …

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