KYC Expert

KYC Analyst conducts 'Know Your Client' due diligence process on the Bank's clients in accordance with Anti Money Laundering and KYC policies and procedures.



Conduct Know Your Customer Due Diligence prior the client adoption.

Partner closely with Anti-Financial Crime and Compliance in order to understand in depth all AML / KYC polices.

Review of mergers, name, address, etc changes and timely update of the relevant customer profiles.

Regularly update (at least once a year) client profile in accordance with regulatory requirements and distributed population.

Understand business and regulatory requirements and ensure functions are being performed in KYC requirements and within the established procedures and guidelines.

Perform general scanning and filling of documents.

Perform storing client's data in the internal lists, files and bank system.

Communicate with clients and counterparties in connection with obtaining the appropriate documentation and provide consultation on the form of its provision and filling.

Perform client's risk assessment of the client legalization (laundering) of proceeds from crime and terrorist financing.

Perform foreign taxpayers identification among bank's clients, request W forms, their verification and classification of customers according to the FATCA and 173-FZ requirements. 


Economy or Legal Bachelor/Master Degree

2+ year in a similar position

Fluent English and Rissian

Previous KYC experience.

Excellent understanding of KYC, financial regulatory environment and AML risk implications.

Thorough understanding of legal structures of various client types: financial institutions, corporate, quoted companies, private companies, funds, SPV's, etc.

Proven skill sets in analyzing implications of mergers and acquisitions on legal identities & ownership structures of corporate, FI's and Funds.

Good knowledge of financial regulatory requirements. 

Analytical skills, attention to detail, ability to multitask, to work accurately and efficiently under pressure

Excellent interpersonal skills.