Surveillance and Operation Manager – Manager

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About UOB

United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) is a leading bank in Asia with a global network of more than 500 branches and offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. In Asia, we operate through our head office in Singapore and banking subsidiaries in China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, as well as branches and offices.

Our history spans more than 80 years. Over this time, we have been guided by our values — Honorable, Enterprising, United and Committed. This means we always strive to do what is right, build for the future, work as one team and pursue long-term success. It is how we work, consistently, be it towards the company, our colleagues or our customers.

Job Responsibilities

1. Assist the AML-Surveillance and Operations Head in supervising and supervising the implementation of the duties and responsibilities of the AML-Surveillance and Operations work function.

2. Assist in supervising the implementation of reports to PPATK in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including:

• Report on Suspicious Financial Transactions (LTKM)

• Cash Financial Transaction Reports (LTKT)

• Financial Transaction Reports on Transfers of Funds from and to Overseas (LTKL)

• Integrated Service User Information System (SIPESAT)

3. Monitor and analyze through systems/applications:

• Transaction Monitoring System (Actimize)

• Cash Transaction Reports

• Other systems related to the APU & PPT Program.

4. Conduct and supervise correspondence with all related work functions at the Head Office and Branch Offices related to the implementation of APU & PPT

5. Monitoring Mapping of all information/news developing in the mass media related to APU and PPT.

6. Conduct further analysis of transactions that appear in the Transaction Monitoring System in accordance with applicable regulations

7. Supervise reports of potentially suspicious financial transactions and other reports as stipulated in the Law on Money Laundering by first conducting an in-depth review and analysis based on observations of monitoring applications and/or other information, before submitting it to AML/ CFT & Sanctions Head and reported as STR

8. Conduct a review using the sampling method on the results of transaction analysis that appear in the Transaction Monitoring System (Actimize)

9. Monitoring the completion of transaction analysis that appears in the Transaction Monitoring System (Actimize)

10. Conduct tests on system development related to the APU & PPT program

11. Supervise the governance/administration of the use of customer transaction monitoring systems/applications by coordinating with all APU and PPT Implementing Officers at branch offices and other related units.

12. Supervise high risk areas related to APU & PPT with reference to applicable regulations and adequate sources of information.

13. Prepare data/information at the request of the authorities/regulators related to the implementation of AML and CFT such as the Financial Services Authority, PPATK and other law enforcers and ensure the governance/administration of all related documents.

14. Monitor and ensure the administration process in the AML/CFT & Sanctions work function for all reports, letters, notes and other correspondence is carried out correctly.

•Perform other tasks related to the Compliance Function or given by the AML/CFT & Sanctions Head, AML-Surveillance and Operations Head and the Director in charge of the Compliance Function

Be a part of UOB Family

UOB is an equal opportunity employer. UOB does not discriminate on the basis of a candidate’s age, race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or other non-merit factors. All employment decisions at UOB are based on business needs, job requirements and qualifications. If you require any assistance or accommodations to be made for the recruitment process, please inform us when you submit your online application.

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