FinCrime Data Analyst

United States - Remote /
US – Services · US · FinCrime /
We are looking for a smart and intellectually curious individual to be our US FinCrime Data Analyst.  This position sits with our US FinCrime team in the Dallas, TX area office and will be a part of our wider Compliance and Risk function. This is a unique opportunity to learn about all aspects of our US business. Your main tools will be SQL, dashboards, and a thorough understanding of fincrime and our business. You will also be acting as a bridge between the BSA / Deputy BSA Officer and product owners / engineers. 

As the US FinCrime Data Analyst, you will be expected to utilize your Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) / Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)/Sanctions, Fraud and technical expertise to support the BSA/OFAC program by developing and maintaining US FinCrime specific dashboards, conduct data extraction, and monitor US FinCrime KRIs. We are far more data-led than similar functions within other companies; our team has both a strong understanding of regulatory requirements and also the ability to find solutions and carry out testing in a purely digital environment. Join a team that knows that better people and machines are the most effective way of managing conduct risk.

Create and maintain new aggregated views / dashboards / tables to simplify data querying, track metrics and visualise insights
Oversee, investigate, and escalate risk breaches in a timely manner 
Developing and monitoring BCIs/KRIs to monitor BSA operational compliance
Assisting in regulatory and audit engagements with data extraction
Assisting in providing metrics for Risk Assessments
Serving as the US point of contact for data inquiries from internal departments 
Performing ad hoc data requests
Working on specific projects as needed 

2 - 4 years AML/CTF operational experience;
Strong SQL skills, and experience with analytical databases
Strong knowledge and understanding of money laundering (ML) risks, systems and controls;
Strong knowledge of of sanctions risks, systems and controls;
Ability to work cross-functionally across multiple teams locally and globally to ensure execution against regulatory requirements and internal policies;
Knowledge of Fraud and scam related matters is a plus;
Experience coding in Python is a plus
Data-driven storytelling and visualisation
Attention to detail
You are a critical thinker, fast-learner and independent problem-solver
Excellent report writing skills

When Revolut was founded in 2015, we had a vision to build a sustainable, digital alternative to traditional big banks. Our mission now is to help our customers improve their financial health, empower them to have more control, and promote financial cohesion across the communities in which we operate. Launching into 2021 with over 10 million Retail customers and over a quarter of a million Business customers only reinforced our belief in the vast need across the world for better financial services. As our customer base has boomed in the last year, we’ve expanded our team to match that growth. We started 2019 with several hundred employees; we closed it out with 2000. 

Revolut is being scaled up by people all around the world who share our vision. We’re looking for people who align with our four core values: we Never Settle, we Get It Done because we Think Deeper and we’re Stronger Together. You’re the kind of person who wants to join a community of forward-thinking people, all personally and professionally invested in Revolut’s mission. You thrive in a collaborative space where everyone’s learning from each other, and learning fast. We believe in empowering our Revoluters in their work, giving them autonomy and ownership of what they do. We want everyone at Revolut to own their story and their successes - working with us means you’re not just another cog in the machine. 

• Competitive salary
• Biannual equity bonuses
• All the latest tech you need
• Roll with a free Revolut Metal subscription
• Health & Dental coverage