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FIU Manager

  • Location

    Los Angeles

  • Sector:

    Financial Services and Banking

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  • Salary:


  • Contact:

    Edward Maglalang

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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The FIU Manager will primarily function as an individual contributor with indirect team leadership responsibilities, reporting to the BSA Officer. In addition to assisting the FIU management in the continued growth of the organization, the manager is responsible for investigating complex matters and assisting  management in crafting investigation processes as applicable for novel AML risks, new AML Transaction Monitoring System (TMS) rules, and assisting management in providing guidance to investigators, including training and the identification of potentially suspicious activity, oversight of proactive and reactive investigations, and, as appropriate, the reporting of suspicious financial and/or fraudulent activity, to include money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud and/or any other financial risk or crime.
  • Responsible for overseeing all investigations on suspicious activity and drafting regulatory reports as necessary.
  • Responsible for coordination of all information requests (e.g., (314(a), subpoenas, law enforcement inquiries).
  • Monitoring SAR Worksheet referrals for adequacy and timeliness and determination of filing action.
  • Communicating clearly, both written and verbally, with individuals and groups external to MB (e.g., Law Enforcement agencies, Regulatory Examiners, other Financial Institutions participating in 314(b) sharing initiatives, industry peers, etc.)
  • Serving as subject matter expert, providing mentorship and training opportunities for the team as well as promoting career progression initiatives
  • Managing individual performance evaluations
  • Regularly presenting to Management statistical information across the FIU Program
  • Continuously identifying opportunities for process improvements, escalating recommendations, and implementing changes and enhancements
  • Participating in various special projects or assuming project ownership as required.


  • Minimum 10 years financial crimes compliance experience across financial crimes compliance program components, including:
  • Familiarity with retail and commercial customer types, as well as BSA/AML risk typologies associated with retail and commercial products and services
  • Deep understanding of regulatory environment at state and national level, as well as familiarity with USA PATRIOT Act, BSA, FDIC, OFAC and DFPI laws and statutes
  • Experience performing AML investigations, including open-source research, materiality analysis, disposition writing, SAR writing, and regulatory reporting and filing
  • Experience performing regulatory reporting to relevant regulatory authorities, including report writing, report filing, customer offboarding, and transaction blocking