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Know Your Customer - Client Data Specialist

Know Your Customer - Client Data Specialist

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Ability to understand the firm's KYC requirements when completing documentation inclusive of Customer Identification Program (CIP), Minimum Due Diligence (MDD), Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), Local Due Diligence (LDD), Specialized Due Diligence (SpDD) and Product Due Diligence requirements (PDD)
Compare and contrast differences within KYC records, highlight and escalate any discrepancies
Engage with Middle office and be part of KYC/AML interactions to complete the case as per the timeline
Exhibit the highest standards of customer service to our internal and external customers (inclusive of confidentiality)
Ability to interpret alerts to management when applicable
Handling and maintenance of confidential client documentation
Be flexible to work on other migration/remediation projects including Screening resolution, other LOB holistic alignment or Quality Assurance. Ability to comprehend the KYC risk factors and draft the overall risk summary for the client
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Company Name: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.

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