The Due Diligence Analyst is responsible for conducting due diligence research and evaluating initial application of agents or sub-
agents as part of the agent on-boarding process. This includes conducting due diligence research at the time of application and working with outside vendors to decision risk.
The Due Diligence Analyst is the first line of defense in protecting MGI from forming business relationships with agents who are or have been involved in illegal activities or behavior.
The incumbent may be required to develop and deliver high level trainings to MoneyGram employees as needed. The incumbent will also be responsible for maintaining up to date knowledge on emerging regulations that may potentially impact the Due Diligence process.
Compiles background information and performs background checks on individuals and businesses by evaluating submitting information to third party vendors and data gathered.
Conducts internal and external research regarding regulatory risk.
Evaluates new and existing agent applications based on risk to the organization and complete and document a summary of research.
Interacts with internal and external partners as needed to research and resolve an application.
May develop and administer presentations and trainings on an as needed basis to both internal and external parties.
May maintain up to date knowledge on emerging regulations.
Maintains knowledge of internal policies and procedures and the adherence thereof.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Any combination of relevant education and experience and / or related professional designations / certifications in this field is highly desirable.
Minimum Required : BA / BS degree
2+ years' experience.
Applicable certifications i.e. CAMS, CFE, etc.
Demonstrated professional written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated analytical skills.
Demonstrated ability to make quick, yet sound decisions, and communicate negative and adverse messages professionally.
Excellent PC Skills, including Internet Research, Microsoft Excel, Access, Word.
Ability to learn new database applications.
English language required.