Sr. AML Analysts

  • Full Time
  • Toronto

Insight Global

Insight Global is looking for Senior AML analysts for a large financial services client in Toronto.

These analyst will be focused on quality control and must be proficient within their AML knowledge with at least 5 years of industry experience and an interest to learn more surrounding quality control within the AML industry

Required Skills and Experience:

– 5+ years’ of experience working within AML and proficient in AML basics such as STR writing and ATF/FINTRAC knowledge

– Experience with Microsoft (excel, office, PowerPoint)

– Understanding of related regulations, such as the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA)

– Experience with a wide variety of ML/TF risks for multiple customer/product types and a solid ability to articulate the risks and your findings in a recommendation summary

Nice to Have Skills and Experience:

– Quality QC/QA experience within AML

– ACAMS or any AML certification

– Advanced Excel (Macros, Pivot Tables)

– Canadian banking experience


* Perform a quality check on broad range of money laundering investigation related activities in support of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Terrorist Financing (ATF) regulations designed to detect and report on financial-related crimes

* Evaluate ML/TF risk, by conducting quality check on cases/alerts as part of the controls of TD’s AML and ATF program

* Keep abreast of emerging issues, trends, and evolving regulatory requirements and assess potential impacts

* Provide trend analysis of AML/ATF findings and gaps to Management for review

* Assist the QC function with developing/drafting and maintaining written policies, procedures and/or programs/frameworks to minimize compliance breaches and monitor adherence to applicable regulations/ requirement

* Serve as a subject matter expert in a quality control function and serve as knowledge and process expert to others

* Effectively work independently with minimal supervision within a team environment to complete a common goal and prioritize daily workload to meet department objectives