Senior Financial Crime Analyst

Posted 29 February 2024
Salary £40000 - £50000 per annum + Excellent benefits package
Job type Permanent
Discipline Financial Crime & Fraud
Contact NameElla Nibloe

Job description

Are you seeking an opportunity to be part of a thriving Financial Crime and Compliance team, where your expertise can make a real impact on a leading charity?

Position: Senior Financial Crime Analyst

Type: Full-time, Permanent

Location: Based in Kings Hill (Kent) with hybrid working arrangements (1-2 days per week in the Kings Hill Office)

Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 per annum

We are in search of a skilled Senior Financial Crime Analyst to join our dynamic Financial Crime & Compliance team.

Responsibilities: As a Senior Financial Crime Analyst, you will play a crucial role in overseeing the first line of defence in business-as-usual activities related to financial crime risks. Your key responsibilities include:

  • Acting as a central point of reference and expert in anti-money laundering and prevention of terrorist financing across the business.
  • Providing guidance to the business on on-boarding and retaining higher-risk charity clients.
  • Handling suspicious activity reports received from the business.
  • Offering advice on payments involving sanctioned jurisdictions, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and restrictions.
  • Developing and maintaining relevant financial crime policies and desk procedures.
  • Developing and maintaining meaningful management information on financial crime controls.

Qualifications: This role is suitable for individuals with experience in financial crime within a banking environment, particularly in the areas mentioned above, who can significantly contribute to enhancing the financial crime control environment. Key qualifications and attributes include:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of financial crime regulations and a clear understanding of best practices.
  • Ability to provide pragmatic advice to the business in a clear and articulate manner.
  • Experience in assessing risks related to money laundering, fraud, sanctions, and terrorist financing, with a specific emphasis on sanctions expertise.
  • Capacity to manage a demanding workload and prioritise effectively.
  • Relevant qualification in a financial crime discipline.
  • Ability to influence stakeholders at all levels within the organisation regarding financial crime controls.


  • Permanent hybrid working arrangements where feasible.
  • Generous holiday allowance, including six weeks of leave plus bank holidays.
  • Diverse development opportunities to support personal and professional growth.
  • Pension scheme with employer contribution options exceeding market standards.
  • Social impact benefit schemes.
  • We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce, reflecting the communities we serve. Join us on our journey to attract, retain, and develop top talent at all levels, creating an inclusive and empowering work environment where every voice is valued. Apply now and be part of our team as a Senior Financial Crime Analyst.

Apply now and be part of this team as a Senior Financial Crime Analyst.