CACEIS Bank Deutschland



Compliance analyst m/f

14 Oktober Germany, München Freiwilligenarbeit

Compliance is part of the Risk & Compliance organization.
The importance of compliance has grown over the past years well aligned with increasing regulatory requirements imposed by national, European and global regulatory authorities.
In order to comply with these standards adequate compliance measures are keys for current businesses but also for any kind of new client relationship or new business.
As a consequence compliance plays a significant role in a lot of organizational processes, e.g.
in new product development, in new client due diligence, in any planned change of the organization.
However, compliance staff is not only supporting the different functions of the organization in beforehand mentioned context but also -and most importantly- acting as advisor to top management whenever crucial decisions need to be taken.

Your main missions will be:

- Monitoring employee's transactions versus rules of good conduct

- Assisting Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) controls in new client due diligence

- Performing controls and advising regarding the international sanctions regime

- Analysing potential AML and fraud issues

- Compliance reporting to CACEIS Group and follow-up on compliance indicators

- Participating in regulatory driven and other ad-hoc projects.

The VIE contract in short:
According Business France's eligibility conditions, the Volontariat International en Entreprise (VIE) is an assignment in a French company operating overseas for professionals between the age of 18 and 28 who are European Union nationals.

To apply, you need to meet the conditions mentioned above.
If not, your application will not be selected.
If you are eligible, join your CV and a cover letter in English – and mention: your age and nationality.

For further information about the eligibility conditions to this programme, we invite you to go to Business France website:

First experience in a Compliance, Audit or Risk Management Department is a plus.

Academic background:
Business School, University.

Favorably focus on banking/capital markets.