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AML Project Consultant

Location:
Dallas, TX
Posted:
October 24, 2019

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Gabriel White

Phone: 216-***-**** Email: adan92@r.postjobfree.com

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Navigant, Dallas, TX Aug. 2019 – Present

AML Project Consultant

As an AML Project Consultant, I work with the Navigant team to bring the compilation of my knowledge and experience to the unique and complete global investigations and compliance services they offer to their diverse portfolio of clients. My primary responsibilities are to act as a tenured quality control analyst, alert and case investigator, and PEP subject matter expert. Further responsibilities associated with my role include, but are not limited to:

• Performing 100-120 Quality Control (QC) reviews weekly of all completed cases and alerts to determine the legitimacy of the analysts’ dispositions

• Conducting assessments of analysts’ work product in order to provide necessary coaching and feedback to further ensure quality decision making and reviews

• Applying investigative techniques to complex information sets in order to make logical and effectively supported recommendations on cases for reporting to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)

• Reviewing 500 customer alerts weekly to determine if the customer is properly designated as a PEP or as a direct associate of a PEP

• Completing 40 meticulous analytical reviews weekly of potentially suspicious activity related to customers across multiple jurisdictions and countries

• Assessment of customer profiles and client data to identify whether activity is consistent with typical activity, including Acceptable Use Policy adherence and Know Your Customer efforts

Capital One, Plano, TX Aug. 2018 – Jul. 2019

AML Senior Investigator II

As an AML Senior Investigator II, I further expanded my knowledge of anti-money laundering and regulatory compliance. My primary responsibilities were to review suspicious activity associated with alerts triggered in the system while assisting analysts improve and strengthen their investigative prowess. These processes were integral to the proper dispositioning of the alerts triggered and the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) that are filed daily. The range of my responsibilities were essential to developing and maintaining an array of effective procedures that demonstrated the qualitative nature of my reviews. My contributions as an investigator were:

• Building and maintaining awareness of the broader context and implications of the various types of risk affecting the business (e.g., financial, legal, reputation, etc.)

• Reviewing 40 system generated alerts per week, assessed the impact to the AML processes, conducted extensive Know Your Customer (KYC) reviews, Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) reviews, and collected and documented additional research as needed

• Writing and filing SARs, filed and audited Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs), addressed sanctions alerts, and other applicable AML processes in accordance with regulations and time limitations

• Providing feedback on alert rule effectiveness and partnering with management and analysts to design new rules

• Supporting team supervisors in executing certain responsibilities (e.g., reviewing completed files, providing feedback, etc.,) Promontory Risk Review, LLC. an IBM Company, Denver, CO Nov. 2017 – Aug. 2018 AML Compliance Analyst II

Upon noteworthy performance and growth, I was promoted to the role of AML Compliance Analyst II. In addition to my duties in my previous role, I took on additional responsibilities. My application of logic, reasoning, and sound decision-making provided me insight to better recommend and execute over 3,000 SAR filings. I conducted over 200 individual Quality Assurance (QA) reviews for incoming case analysts to ensure the quality and production standards were both met and surpassed. The extent of my knowledge and experience expanded to identifying and researching patterns, trends, and anomalies in complex transactional customer data, which allowed me to detect, report, and assist in preventing potential suspicious activity as it related to alert typologies. I ensured that my work product and output exceeded quality and production expectations while contributing to the development of individual and project goals. Some of my daily responsibilities were:

• Conducting complex case investigations, performing Customer Due Diligence (CDD) reviews, and drafting Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs)

• Analyzing 45 to 60 account transaction histories weekly to identify potential money laundering typologies and other unusual or potentially suspicious behavior

• Conducting in-depth investigations on potential suspicious activity to determine whether it qualifies as illegitimate or illicit

• Conducting thorough due diligence research using client systems, internet searches, LexisNexis, and other due diligence tools to determine whether AML risks or red flags exist

• Reviewing, analyzing, and organizing data to write comprehensive supporting investigative narratives and SAR to the benefit of law enforcement

• Facilitating 50 individual and group training sessions annually to assist in the development of new analysts Promontory Risk Review, LLC. an IBM Company, Denver, CO Aug. 2016 – Nov. 2017 AML Compliance Analyst I

Due to my affinity for quality and my natural orientation to detail, I made a transition into the financial services sector as an AML Compliance Analyst I. The role of the compliance analyst is essential to any company, as it relates to ethics, checks and balances, and overall company efficacy. My primary responsibility was to identify potentially suspicious activity within the clients’ system through triggered alerts and escalated investigations. Within my research process, my ability to thoroughly review, analyze, and organize data helped me to determine whether AML risks were present and how to address them. My range of daily tasks were all essential to maintaining a superior level of quality and work product. My contributions as an analyst included:

• Examining complex alerts and other data to write comprehensive supporting investigative narratives and Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) to the benefit of law enforcement

• Analyzing 20 to 35 account transaction histories weekly to identify potential money laundering typologies and other unusual or potentially suspicious behavior

• Conducting in-depth investigations on potential suspicious activity to determine whether it qualifies as illegitimate or illicit Education

Miami University: College of Arts and Sciences – Oxford, OH - B.A. in Sociology May 2014



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