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Financial Crime Risk Officer ITC

Swiss Re AG

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Financial Crime Risk Officer ITC

​Financial Crime Risk Officer ITC

Switzerland - Adliswil 

Corporate Title: Vice President

Division: CCG-Legal & Compliance (50001544)

Department: CCGC-Compliance (50001446) 

Recruiter: Anita Pezzino  


About the role

The Financial Crime Risk Team is looking for a Financial Crime Risk Officer ITC who will provide for International Trade Controls & Economic Sanctions (ITC) guidance to business functions and client-facing Compliance Officers, but also help further develop Compliance's ITC risk framework.

Main responsibilities:

• Assess and communicate new ITC developments (e.g. new laws and regulations) and impact on Swiss Re (involving retention of and discussion with outside counsel)
• Manage and maintain Group ITC framework including policies and standards and trainings, support Business Units in creating specific ITC policies and guidelines and maintain ITC Intranet pages, including clause library
• Participate in and help drive the Subject Matter Expert and Business Partner networks for ITC
• Provide support to business functions in respect of ITC through guidance, best practice solutions, risk exposure assessments and risk mitigation approaches
• Provide ITC support to Compliance Officers
• Execute 2nd line ITC analysis of individual business cases
• Take ownership for ITC risk related questions/issues/content in respect of (automated) ITC screening solution
• Review ITC contract clauses
• Provide support in the performance of ITC assurance activities for Compliance and Group Internal Audit


About the team

Compliance's Financial Crime Risk Team is globally responsible for the risk frameworks for International Trade Controls & Economic Sanctions (ITC), Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Fraud (AF). This includes providing policies, standards, associated communication and trainings as well as maintaining in-depth expertise on risks, guiding client-facing Compliance Officers and business functions on how to adequately mitigate these risks and increase compliance maturity levels with regard to these risks.


About You

• University degree in law preferred
• Understanding of core re/insurance business activities preferred
• International Trade Controls & Economic Sanctions knowledge and advisory experience desirable
• Fluency in English (German is a plus)
• Ability to work in a complex and time critical environment

Work locations: Zurich or London