Posted on :
15 Nov, 2012
The Financial Intelligence Centre (the Centre) was established under the FIC Act No. 38 of 2001, in February 2002. The Centre started receiving reports on suspicious and unusual transactions on 3 February 2003.
The FIC Act also sets up a regulatory anti-money laundering regime which is intended to break the cycle used by organised criminal groups to benefit from illegitimate profits. By doing this the Act aims to maintain the integrity of the financial system. Apart from the regulatory regime the FIC Act also creates the Financial Intelligence Centre.
The FIC invites suitable graduates to participate in a 2 years graduate development programme within the Monitoring and Analysis Department. Successful candidates will receive comprehensive and focused on-the-job learning in the fight against Money Laundering and Terror Financing, in accordance with the Financial Intelligence Act, 2001.
Graduates who have qualified since June 2012 and have less than 1 year relevant working experience or graduates who will be completing a university degree by December 2012 in any of the following fields: Law, Law Enforcement, Accounting, lnternal Auditing, Forensic Auditing, Economics, Political Sciences and Social Sciences are encouraged to apply.
Successful candidates must also demonstrate the following behavioural competencies:
Appropriate professional behaviour
♦ Willingness to pursue personal development
♦ Maintain good working relationships with peers
♦ Leadership qualities Good interpersonal and communication skills
♦ Integrity and trust
How to Apply
All applications to sent to [email protected]