Senior Manager

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Department of Group risk management based in Halifax, NS is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the position of Senior Manager. The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Department of Group Risk Management is a cornerstone of RBC’s commitment to prudent risk management practices. The department oversees various aspects of risk, including credit, market, and operational risks. They ensures that RBC operates within acceptable risk tolerances while maximizing opportunities for sustainable growth. The candidates selected for the vacancy will be required to start the work as soon as possible.

Job Description:

Employer Name: Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
Department: Group risk management
Position: Senior Manager, AML FIU, Canadian Personal Banking (Bedford)
No of Vacancies: 1
Salary: Salary is not mentioned, $40.00-$45.00 hourly estimated salary
Pay Type: Salaried
Employment Type: Full time Regular
Job Category: Governance and Compliance
Location: Halifax, NS, CA
Work hours/week: 37.5
Schedule: Full time
Requisition ID/Job ID: R-0000078765


Languages: Candidates must have knowledge of the English Language
Education: Candidates need standard educational qualifications such as a Secondary (high) school graduation certificate or Intermediate or a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or equivalent experience
Experience: Candidates should have prior managerial experience

Other Requirements:

  • The candidates should have effective communication skills and a proven ability to impact and influence
  • The candidates should have proven leadership skills
  • The candidates should possess an undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification
  • The candidates should have broad knowledge of banking operations
  • The candidates should have the Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) designation
  • The candidates should possess broad knowledge of anti-money laundering related requirements in the US, Caribbean, and EU
  • The candidates should be knowledgeable in Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
  • The candidates should possess a strong understanding of the business perspective
  • The candidates should excel in communication and effective decision-making skills
  • The candidates should have knowledge of financial regulation and excel in interpersonal relationship management
  • The candidates should prioritize operational integrity and be skilled in process management
  • The candidates should have an understanding of organizational governance
  • The candidates should demonstrate strategic thinking abilities


  • The candidates should be able to plan and coordinate investigations referred to the AML Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) internally and by RBC partners
  • The candidates should be able to provide clearly reasoned and timely outcomes, findings, and actions aimed at mitigating financial, regulatory, reputational, and legal risks to RBC, while prioritizing the best interests of our clients
  • The candidates should be able to mentor and coach team members for ongoing professional development, ensuring that individual and collective team knowledge remains current and comprehensive to support the investigation process. This includes ensuring that outcomes, decisions, and recommendations are based on a thorough understanding of risk and made within the context of relevant and full knowledge
  • The candidates should be able to prioritize and manage investigations conducted by the team and evaluate team members’ performance
  • The candidates should be able to review Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs) for submission to FINTRAC and Unusual Activity Reports (UARs) for RBC NYB, consulting with the Head of Investigations, and providing quality control for similar submissions by the team
  • The candidates should be able to recommend Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) to external jurisdictions as necessary
  • The candidates should be able to review investigation summary reports for submission to the Client File Review (CFR) Committee, ensuring quality assurance over the team’s work
  • The candidates should be able to provide quality control for team members’ investigation reports, including those related to Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs), High-Risk Clients, Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), Compliance, and Corporate Investigation Services (CIS) referrals
  • The candidates should be able to attend committee meetings in coordination with the Head of Investigations
  • The candidates should be able to responsible for ensuring that team members have the necessary knowledge, skill sets, competencies, training, and resources to effectively achieve team goals


  • The candidates will have the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience
  • The candidates will be working with an exciting, close-knit, supportive & dynamic group
  • The candidates will have the opportunity to collaborate with other business segments
  • The candidates will have excellent career development and progression opportunities
  • The candidates will have access to a comprehensive Total Rewards Program
  • The candidates will have access to bonuses and flexible benefits
  • The candidates will receive competitive compensation

How to apply:

If the position is fit for you and the basic requirements are fulfilled then you can now apply directly to the employer (along with your resume) through the below-mentioned details.

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