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The bank’s Financial Crimes Compliance (FCC) team is responsible for identifying, investigating and monitoring relationships that pose a money laundering or terrorist financing risk in support of all legal and regulatory requirements relating to anti-money laundering (AML) and counter terrorism financing.
The Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst is responsible for reviewing investigation documentation and/or Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) filed by Texas Capital Bank to ensure compliance with Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) requirements, regulatory expectations, and internal policies. The QA Analyst will be on a team which has QA responsibilities of all investigative units within the bank, which includes Alerts, Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Terrorist Financing (TF), and High Risk Customers.
A critical component of the job is to ensure the investigative units are making appropriate risk decisions including the decision to file a SAR or not file a SAR. Therefore, the QA Analyst should have an intermediate or advanced understanding of common money laundering/fraud typologies (e.g. Human Trafficking, Elder Abuse Scams, Black Market Peso Exchange, etc.). In addition to a normal case/SAR QA workload, the Analyst will be tasked with various projects, including potential recurring monthly processes which may involve interaction with managers in other groups within Compliance or FCC.
A QA Analyst will need to be capable of working both independently and within a team environment. Due to the nature of AML/TF work, it is essential that an analyst is capable of making balanced decisions in a confident manner and is willing to defend positions using sound logic and reason. In addition to conducting traditional core BSA/AML QA testing, the QA analyst will be tasked with non-traditional testing methods which may differ from month-to-month. Flexibility and willingness to learn is a must.