Blacklist Alert Handler (specialist)

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Wage (gross)
1 400 EUR/month *By legal requirement we are providing the information about the basic wage component (minimum salary) for the advertised position. Based on your experience/profile, the final financial conditions will be the subject to discuss and negotiate at the personal interview, however, not less than above mentioned minimum salary component.

Information about the position

Job description, responsibilities and duties

Do you want to be part of a team preventing that ING does business with politically exposed people or elusive criminals and terrorists?

Are you someone who …
• holds a secondary school diploma with additional higher professional education
• holds a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from a university
• is fluent in English
• has relevant work experience in banking or in shared services (2+ years)
• has relevant experience in the field of Anti Money Laundering/Financial Economic
Crime or similar (2+ years)
• has good communication skills
• is highly collaborative
• has analytical skills and can think and act independently
• has a responsible approach
• has affinity with data processing and is detail oriented
• possesses drive with a ‘can do’ attitude
• is flexible and open to change
• has basic computer skills (MS Office)

… Then you are our new blacklist Alert Handler!
Job description, responsibilities and duties
We are looking for people who can use their analytical power to help to investigate potential hits generated by an automated screening tool. You will be part of a small team of approximately 10-12 people which is part of a rapidly growing Regulatory Operations department and Global Name Screening team, all ensuring that ING offers services and products only to ethical individuals and companies.
Something for you?

What can you expect?
As you are fully skilled and an Operations Specialist in Global Name Screening, you will be able to execute more complex or specialised tasks in the name screening process and you will be able to investigate and verify more complex generated alerts against sanction lists. You can take on a wide range of tasks and roles such as updating reporting and operational management files. You will support, train and coach less experienced colleagues and you will be able to pro-actively start improvement initiatives within your team. Through your knowledge and experience you will develop strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders, collaborate to & enhance team agility and use operational information to get alignment in your team.

How are you contributing to ING?
You play an essential role in ensuring the good reputation of ING, as you:
• are the first line of defence against risks posed by ING customers (customers who represent a risk because of their political activity; being placed on international sanction lists, terrorism, narcotics crime, financial crime, money laundering etc.)
• manually investigate and verify generated alerts and potential hits
• determine whether hits are suspicious and expose the bank to potential financial loss or reputational risk
• report potential hits to the second line of defence for follow up or escalation

We believe we can make a difference in combating financial economic crime. If you do too, join us today!

Want to make a meaningful impact?
At ING our purpose is to empower people to stay a step ahead in life and in business. We believe that sustainable progress is driven by people with the imagination and determination to make a better future for themselves and those around them.
ING is changing what banking can be. For you that means plenty of opportunities for personal growth in a continuously evolving environment. In return we ask for your long-term commitment and involvement. If this is the environment you thrive in, then apply and join us in changing the future of banking!

Employee perks, benefits

Financial contributions:
• Life events (marriage/partnership, child birth/adoption, work anniversary)
• 3rd pillar retirement saving
• Life insurance
• Salary compensation during illness leave (PN)

Some others:
• Cafeteria benefits
• Trainings and language courses
• Extra holiday days
• Fresh fruit at the workplace
• Company events, teambuildings
• Referral bonus, etc.

Information about the selection process

Please, send us your CV in English via email below. Please note, that we will reply only to selected candidates. Thank you for your understanding.

Requirements for the employee

Candidates with education suit the position

Secondary with school-leaving examination
Follow-up/Higher Professional Education
University education (Bachelor's degree)
University education (Master's degree)

Language skills

English - Upper intermediate (B2)

Personality requirements and skills

• has relevant experience in the field of Anti Money Laundering/Financial Economic Crime or similar (2+ years)


Brief description of the company

ING is a global financial institution of Dutch origin offering banking and asset management to over 60 million private, corporate and institutional clients over 50 countries. With a diverse workforce of over 50,000 people, ING comprises a broad spectrum of prominent companies that increasingly serve their clients under the ING brand.

Number of employees

500-999 employees

Company address

ING Business Shared Services B.V.
Plynárenská 7/B
821 09 Bratislava


Contact person: ING Business Shared Services, HR team
E-mail: send CV
ID: 3825224  Dátum zverejnenia: 4.12.2019  Základná zložka mzdy (brutto): 1 400 EUR/month