BSA Case Analyst II

Renasant Jasper , GA 30143

Posted 2 months ago


To assist the BSA Manager in maintaining a Bank Secrecy/Anti-Money Laundering Compliance program designed to ensure that the bank achieves optimum compliance with all laws and regulations. Analyze and monitor the BSA risks associated with the bank's products, services, customers and geographic locations and assist the BSA Department in maintaining the systems and data required to support the bank's Secrecy/Anti-Money Laundering Compliance program.

Responsibilities Perform enhanced review and analysis of potential suspects detected by BSA Analyst I's in each Patriot Officer batch and make the final determination as to whether a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) should be filed. Ability to use and understand information gathered from E-vision checks, IBS Insight, IBS reports, and Patriot Officer.

Ability to analyze a customer's account activity and relationships and make a final determination whether the activity might require the filing of a Suspicious Activity Report. Create a Word narrative that explains the suspicious activity that is accurate, logical, and explains the decision to file a SAR. Create an Excel spreadsheet that contains the relevant transactions to be submitted with the SAR.

Ability to complete the SAR document accurately and to file the SAR within regulatory guidelines. Compile documentation and prepare separate worksheet which will explain the decision to recommend an enhanced review of the potential suspect's activity. Compile documentation within Patriot Officer of decision not to recommend an enhanced review of the potential suspect's activity.

Assist with other duties as assigned. Qualifications Good written and verbal communication skills. Ability to write reports for presentation to management and various committees.

Ability to analyze a customer's account activity and relationships to determine if activity requires the filing of a Suspicious Activity Report. Ability to interpret laws, and write policy guidelines. Ability to interact with other employees, examiners, directors, and managements.

Basic knowledge of microcomputers with the ability to use Excel and Word Working knowledge of Global Vision Systems and all FIS applications (including EFunds.). Exercise mature judgment with a high degree of integrity and professionalism. Ability to maintain the confidentiality about all information. Ability to travel on a limited basis including overnight travel. This may include the use of the employee's personal vehicle.

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