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Export Development Canada
Ottawa, Canada
4 days ago
Job Type
$92,355.00 - $123,140.00
Banking/Private Banking
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Yearly Salary
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Export Development Canada (EDC) is a financial Crown corporation dedicated to helping Canadian businesses make an impact at home and abroad. EDC offers financial products and knowledge to help Canadian businesses confidently enter new markets, reduce financial risk, and grow their business. 

When you join our team, you’ll be helping Canadian businesses learn the endless possibilities that open to them through export and help bring their vision, passion, and innovation to the world. Your knowledge and expertise will support more than 25,000 Canadian businesses and their customers in as many as 200 markets worldwide. You’ll work amongst the best and brightest in an inclusive, collaborative environment that fosters professional development and success. And you’ll know that you’re making an impact every day – for businesses, for Canada and for the people you work with. 

Are you ready to make an impact? Join EDC, recognized as a Top 100 and Top Family-Friendly Employer, as we take on the risk so Canadian businesses can take on the world.       #LI-Hybrid

Team Overview

The ESG Advisory Financial Crimes team is part of a broader ESG Advisory group.  We are an operational group situated in EDC’s 1st line of defense responsible for reviewing Financial Crimes Risks, including Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Corruption & Bribery, Sanctions and External Fraud within EDC’s relationships and financial transactions.  The team leverages both desktop due diligence and direct customer interactions to manage and mitigate FC risks to EDC. 

The ESG Risk Advisor, Financial Crimes will do the following:

  • Apply a risk-based approach for identifying, assessing, and mitigating financial crimes risks in business relationships and transactions.
  • Follow established policies, guidelines, and procedures to ensure consistent and systematic approach to managing financial crimes risks.
  • Effectively communicate risk mitigation strategies to business teams and decision-making committees, both verbally and in writing.
  • Follow a continuous improvement approach, leads the development and implementation of effective due diligence and risk mitigation practices in line with international industry standards.
  • Lead initiatives aimed at raising awareness about financial crimes risks, both internally and externally.
  • Manage both internal relationships such as Underwriting, Legal, Compliance and Ethics (2nd line) and external relationships such as Canadian exporters and international buyers.  

Key Responsibilities

  • Conduct research using primary data sources and select information needed for the Financial Crimes analysis within transactions, or at the counterparty level.
  • Review the risk management system and controls of counterparties and other mitigating factors and assesses the Financial Crimes residual risk.
  • Lead complex Financial Crimes risk analysis for business transactions and relationships, presents summarized findings and recommendations to business teams and management committees.
  • Provide advice on the interpretation and application of policies, procedures, programs and/or products, resolving queries and issues and referring very complex or contentious issues to others. 
  • Build effective working relationships within the team, and internal client organization, delivering high-quality Financial Crimes Risk Management Related professional services with guidance from senior colleagues.
  • Communicate effectively with EDC customers and other external audiences regarding EDC’s approach to managing Financial Crimes risks.
  • Develop own capabilities by participating in development planning activities as well as formal and informal training and coaching; gain or maintain external professional accreditation where relevant to improve performance and fulfill personal potential.
  • Maintain an understanding of trends and industry best practices in Financial Crimes Risk Management through ongoing education and reading specialist media.
  • Ability to independently solve contentious or complex issues. 
  • Enabling others on the team to solve issues and propose solutions.
  • Identify within the team, opportunities to improve compliance with policies and procedures, and take action to resolve or escalate these items.

Screening Criteria 

  • University Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Law, Political Science or other related field.
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience in Financial Crimes Enhanced Due Diligence, specifically as it related to Anti-Bribery & Corruption and Sanctions, as well as experience in designing or managing Compliance and Ethics programs; Third-Party/Vendor Screening programs; Customer Onboarding programs.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of best practices related to the design and implementation of ABC and Sanctions Compliance Programs, including Code of Conduct, Global Sanctions and/or Anti-Corruption Policy & Procedures documents, risk assessments, employee training, communications, third-party due diligence, monitoring, and reporting.
  • Proven experience in preparing written reports on financial crime risks associated with high-risk business relationships and/or transactions, as well as presenting recommendations to senior management on mitigation measures required to address potential legal, compliance, and reputational impacts. Familiarity with incident/issue management approaches in the context of high-risk business relationships and/or transactions, including but not limited to audit, remediation and/or monitoring best practices.
  • Strong ability to adapt general risk management and financial crime compliance principles to unique and complex transactions and/or customer needs. 
  • Familiarity with Anti-Corruption/Sanctions compliance clauses (Representations, Covenants and Warranties) in contracts.  
  • Thorough knowledge of Canadian Anti-Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing and Sanctions regulations, including but not limited to the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA), Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA), as well as Canadian, US, and UN economic sanctions regimes.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication and influencing skills, including proven experience presenting recommendations to senior management.
  • Excellent organizational skills including prioritizing and juggling competing priorities, collaborating, and coordinating input from cross-functional teams, and meeting deadlines in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Experience with project management, multi-tasking and interacting with multiple stakeholders.


  • Bilingual in both official languages (French and English).
  • Professional certification such as CAMS, Trace TASA, CFE, CFF, CFCS

Salary Range:

  • ESG Risk Management 18: Salaries are based on qualifications and experience and typically range from $92,355 - $123,140, plus a performance-based incentive.


  • Export Development Canada is a hybrid work environment.
  • This role may be performed from EDC’s headquarters in Ottawa, or from the Community Hubs in Toronto/Mississauga, Montreal/Laval/Brossard, Halifax, Calgary and Vancouver.
  • Relocation assistance is available for eligible candidates.

EDC's Commitment to Employment Equity 

EDC is committed to employment equity and achieving a diverse workforce. EDC actively encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, persons with disabilities and members of the 2SLGBTQI+ community. If selected for an interview, please advise us if you need any special accommodation.

Job ID: 74303441

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