Financial Intelligence Senior Analyst - Fraud
Green Bay, WI 
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Job Description

At Associated Bank we strive to create an inclusive culture where different perspectives are valued and recognized as strengths critical to our success. If you thrive in an environment where your growth and development are encouraged and supported, then Associated Bank may be the right place for you.

Work closely with the Financial Intelligence (FI) Team Lead to ensure that department policies for alert, case, and SAR quality and timeliness are met. Make recommendations for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of department processes and procedures. Investigate complex cases of both potential money laundering/terrorist financing and financial crimes throughout the entire Associated Bank footprint utilizing an internal monitoring application, referrals from business lines, and open source intelligence such as negative media, internet research, information from peer banks, and information from law enforcement. Research and understand money laundering, fraud and enhanced due diligence trends and scenarios in order to apply that intelligence to observed activity in customer accounts and evaluate effectively. Interact with Retail, Commercial and other business unit managers across Associated. Prepare and file Suspicious Activity Reports as required by regulations. Participates in projects and initiatives as directed. Monitor and report progress towards successful and timely completion of those projects and initiatives. Conducts quality assurance over reviews conducted by FI Analysts.

Due to work requirements, candidates must be located within 30 miles of Milwaukee, Green Bay or Stevens Point, WI or Chicago, IL.

We invite you to view the opportunity below.

As a Senior Financial Intelligence Analyst in Fraud, you will:

  • Conducts investigations utilizing the bank's resources, may provide work direction, coaching and development, as well as quality review of work product with other Financial Intelligence Analysts.
  • Document all findings in a centralized case management system, to include writing a detailed narrative supporting your findings. This includes the filing of a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) when necessary.
  • Exercise solid judgment while examining, identifying and documenting suspicious activity behaviors and patterns, to include whether or not the filing of a Suspicious Activity Report is appropriate. When appropriate escalate and/or refer problem accounts or customers based on applicable procedures. Provide guidance to business and functional partners as to appropriate courses of action when suspicious or potentially suspicious activity has been identified.
  • Assists the FI Team Lead with the FI function through the management and implementation of policies, processes and procedures.
  • Acts as a front-line technical resource for internal and external customers, including but not limited to, the various Business Lines and managers.
  • Serve as an expert on high risk products and customer types. This includes working escalated alert as necessary, such as, OFAC Sanctions, section 314 of the USA Patriot Act and internal fraud.
  • Ongoing evaluation of the efficiency of existing surveillance systems, rules and methodologies to ensure appropriate identification of fraud, kiting, money laundering, terrorist financing, or unusual account activity among Associated account holders.


Education

  • Associate's Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience Risk, Compliance, Audit, Business, Law Enforcement, Technology or Data Science. Required


Experience

  • 2-4 years Risk, Security, banking, compliance or audit. Required
  • 3-5 years Risk, Security, banking, compliance or audit. Preferred
  • Less than 2 years Supervisory. Preferred


Licenses and Certifications

  • CAMS-Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist within 2 years. Preferred
  • Other CFE-Certified Fraud Examiner.

In addition to core traditional benefits, we take pride in offering benefits for every stage of life.

  • Retirement savings including both 401(k) and Pension plans.

  • Paid time off to volunteer in your community.

  • Opportunities to connect with others through our diversity-focusedColleague Resource Groups.

  • Competitive salaries with professional development and advancement opportunities.

  • Bonus benefits including well-being programs and incentives, parental leave,anemployee stock purchase plan, military benefits and much more.

  • Personal banking, loan, investmentand insurance benefits.

Associated Bank serves more than 120 communities throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota and we consider our colleagues critical to our continued success. See why our colleagues continually vote us a best place to work in the Midwest.Join our community onFacebook,LinkedInandX.

Compliance Statement

Associated Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We support a work environment where colleagues are respected and given the opportunity to perform to their fullest potential. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.

Fully complies with all applicable enterprise policies and procedures. Acts in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations as outlined in training materials, including but not limited to Bank Secrecy Act. Responsible for reporting suspicious activity to Financial Intelligence. Responsible to report all customer complaints as prescribed and procedure violations to management or HR.

Responsible to report ethical concerns as needed to Associated Bank's anonymous Ethics Hotline.

Associated Bank provides additional assistance to individuals with disabilities throughout the application & interview process. Please contactleavesandaccommodations@associatedbank.comif you need an accommodation at any time during the interview process.

Associated Banc-Corp is an Affirmative Action andEqual Opportunity Employer. Associated Banc-Corp participates in the E-Verify Program. E-Verify NoticeEnglish or Spanish. Know Your Right to WorkEnglishorSpanish.

Associated Bank isPay Transparencycompliant.


The employment policy of Associated Banc-Corp, and its subsidiaries and affiliates ("Associated") provides equal opportunity to all persons. We support a diverse and inclusive work environment where colleagues are respected, treated fairly, and given equal opportunities to perform to their fullest potential. We believe it is only with a diverse and inclusive workplace that the organization can truly perform at its best, carry out its vision, and make a difference for the communities we serve.

 

Job Summary
Start Date
As soon as possible
Employment Term and Type
Regular, Full Time
Required Education
Associate Degree
Required Experience
2 to 4 years
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