Description de l'offre
Who we are:
ENGIE is a global energy company, a leading provider of electricity, natural gas, and energy services. With 153,090 employees in more than 70 countries worldwide, ENGIE achieved revenue of €66.6 billion in 2016. ENGIE is committed to being a leader in the energy transition.
We are looking for talented and motivated people to create the future of energy. Join a rewarding and flexible work environment that encourages innovation and creativity, and help us meet the energy challenges of today and tomorrow.
Global Energy Management (GEM) is one of ENGIE's Business Units. We deliver services in supply and logistics management, asset management, risk management, market access management, while contributing to the market understanding, design and efficiency and developing market solutions to accelerate the energy transition.
GEM manages one of the largest and most diversified energy portfolios in Europe, including electricity, natural gas, bulk commodities and environmental products.
With 5 trading platforms and activities in more than 50 countries, GEM has an extended geographical coverage in Europe, Asia-Pacific and in the US. It employs 1,300 people around the world.
ENGIE Global Energy Management (GEM) . As a global energy player in electricity, natural gas and energy services, ENGIE provides energy management solutions to its clients around the world through an expertise built on over 20 years managing diverse portfolios including power, gas, environmental and certificate products. GEM is the energy management arm of ENGIE with access to local markets all over the world. Backed by a Group with a strong credit rating, GEM has developed an unrivalled business model gathering the best of physical energy and financial worlds. The Singapore trading platform - established in 2012 - is a pivotal hub for ENGIE as it looks for opportunities to develop power and gas activities in Asia and also serves as the headquarters of the global LNG platform.
One of the legal entities used by ENGIE Global Energy Management is EU MIFID licensed as an investment firm and follows KYC regulations in multiple countries. As such, the firm must comply with regulatory requirements in terms of client onboarding carried out by the Know Your Customer and Anti Money Laundering (KYC AML) department, which is part of the Risk expertise center. In addition to following statutory requirements, ENGIE also rigorously guards its reputation by researching potential counterparties in terms of negative press and CSR issues.
As a KYC Analyst, you will report to the Chief Risk Officer APAC&LNG. You will collaborate to the fulfillment of the missions of the department and may be involved in projects spanning multiple groups across commercial functions and staff.
· Perform due diligence on new counterparties, request KYC information, review and verify received documents, enter information into KYC systems, and make an analytical assessment of counterparty risk.
· Review KYC clearance of existing counterparties, both on a regular review schedule and triggered by emergent events.
· Perform bad press screening & monitoring, PEP identification, adverse news screening, and present KYC files to management .
· Perform peer quality checks, validating the research and analysis. Verify due diligence standards are policy-compliant and that files and risk assessments are up to date.
· Escalate and present high risk clients to senior management, Compliance, CSR, and group Sanctions Team.
· Monitor and update internal databases for statistical reporting
Education and professional background:
· Bachelor degree or higher. Business, Accounting, Finance preferred.
· 2-5 years of KYC experience in similar positions on-boarding corporate clients
· Experience with AML monitoring and screening tools is required. World Check, Transparint, Lexis Nexis preferred
· Strong research and analytical skills with good report writing skills required
· Meticulous, self-motivated, and highly organized with strong sense of ownership and responsibility.
· Excellent team player
· Able to multi-task, cope well under pressure, and meet tight deadlines
· Proficient in Microsoft office (Word and Excel) applications
· Preferred to have AML/KYC work experience in major banks or oil supermajors
· At least some experience as a KYC file Checker preferred
· Familiar with energy commodities (Oil, Gas, Power, LNG, etc.) derivatives products and physical transactions
· Experience performing KYC on energy-related corporate counterparties
· Excellent communication skills in English and Chinese, both verbal and written (as the role will be required to deal with documents in Mandarin and communicate with counterparties in China. Knowledge of Mandarin is essential)
· Posting Date: Jan 25, 2021