Connecting to LinkedIn...

VP Sanctions Audit

Job Title: VP Sanctions Audit
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £95000 - £115000 per annum
REF: BBBH819_1495566266
Contact Name: Amy Baxter
Contact Email:
Job Published: almost 5 years ago

Job Description

If you are an experienced Financial Crime Auditor with considerable experience of leading Sanctions Audits then this could be a fantastic next step in your career.

We are currently working with a Global Investment Bank at a very exciting time as they significantly grow their global Financial Crime Internal Audit Team.

This position offers huge scope for career development as you will be joining the bank at a key time. The audit function holds a high status, so offers a fantastic opportunity to stand out and make a difference.

You will be responsible for:

  • Evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to Sanctions risks in accordance with group audit methodology and the risk assessment framework
  • Conducting Sanctions risk assessment for the United Kingdom (UK) region and contributing to risk assessment and business monitoring conducted at the country level
  • Leading audit assignments, drafting audit issues for review by Audit Management, conducting issue tracking and validating closure of issues.
  • Training others on Sanctions topics and overseeing the execution of the Sanctions audit program

Your Profile:

  • An experienced Financial Crime Auditor, with significant experience of leading audits looking at Sanctions processes, regulations and screening systems, or with relevant first or second line experience.
  • Broad knowledge of Financial Crime Compliance.
  • A thorough understanding of the banking risk and control environment and knowledge of the regulatory environment specific to Sanctions.
  • Likely to be an established Senior Manager or VP working in a major bank or one of the Big 4 Consultancy firms.
  • Excellent working knowledge of Sanctions system requirements.
  • Able to take ownership and responsibility of agreed targets and deliver on commitments within budget, in order to ensure timely and efficient completion of audit projects.