Senior Consultant - Financial Crimes
Toronto, ON
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Overview of the opportunity:
KPMG Forensic is hiring a Senior Financial Crimes Consultant to join its Toronto practice. This position would appeal to someone with 3 - 5 years of financial industry professional experience and exposure to Anti-Money Laundering (‘AML’), Sanctions, Fraud and / or Anti-Bribery and Corruption (‘ABC’), who is interested in a career in the Financial Crimes. Our specialized Financial Crimes group will give you a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and experience in this fast-paced specialization. The variety of assignments will provide you with the opportunity to work on different internal and external projects and to gain exposure to a many interesting and challenging situations. As KPMG is committed to capability development and continuous learning, this role provides an exceptional opportunity for both formal and hands-on training.

The Candidate will assist in conducting Financial Crimes engagements, such as, compliance effectiveness reviews, current state assessments, developing Financial Crimes policies and procedures, conducting risk assessments, performing system validations and similar assignments with a focus on assisting our clients in enhancing their Financial Crimes capabilities. The Senior Consultant will also be accountable for conducting market research and attending networking to stay ahead of industry trends and leading practices.

What you will do:
Conduct marketing research and prepare analysis for internal and external clients
Assisting in engagement proposals using Microsoft Word or PowerPoint
Execution of fieldwork, including, Financial Crimes effectiveness review and current state assessments, risk assessments, development of policies and procedures and system validations
Report preparation using Microsoft Word or PowerPoint capturing key findings and recommendations that can be easily understood by client key stakeholders
Participating and developing marketing and business opportunities
Sharing in the administrative tasks related to the operation of KPMG Forensic

What you bring to the role:
The successful candidate will possess the following skills and behaviours:
3 – 5 years of Financial Industry experience
Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) or other recognized AML/Financial Crimes certifications
Chartered Professional Accountant designation is an asset
The ability to work independently with minimal supervision, as well as contribute to a team environment
Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
Good interpersonal and organizational skills
Good troubleshooting skills and analytical ability
Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Data Analytics Tools)

Keys to your success:
Being proactive in determining priorities and managing multiple deadlines
Attention to detail, curious in mind and self-driven to make a positive difference
Keeping up to date with regulatory updates and financial industry trends and leading practices
Keeping up to date with innovative techniques and tools employed to address Financial Crimes
Successfully developing and managing internal and external relationships
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