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Risk Reporting Analyst



Johannesburg, ZA

Date:  12-May-2022

Requisition Details & Talent Acquisition Contact

113182 - Debbie Fuyani 


JHB - Sandown 


Nedbank Group Risk 

Career Stream

Regulatory Compliance

Leadership Pipeline

Manage Self: Technical


Risk Reporting Analyst - Pipeline 

Job Purpose

To provide business analysis and support services to stakeholders to enable the monitoring of regulatory risks associated with money laundering and terrorist financing to ensure risks to Nedbank Group are mitigated.

Job Responsibilities

  • Ensure system and process efficiencies are obtained and projects delivered within agreed scope and timelines by providing input, recommendations and/or alternative solutions by discussing system development requirements and/or enhancements with stakeholders.
  • Ensure compliance to regulatory requirements by identifying the likelihood and probability of being imposed with a regulatory risk penalty, criminal liability and/or administrative sanction, through business analysis and advising stakeholders accordingly.
  • Obtain an understanding of stakeholder system requirements and maintenance needs through stakeholder engagement.
  • Ensure projects within Group AML, CFT & Sanctions Programmes comply with technology framework standards by maintaining relationships with Group Technology (GT) through regular communication and liaising with GT project managers.
  • Ensure stakeholder needs and expectations are met by keeping stakeholders updated on progress of project initiatives, system configuration and outcome of system analysis and by providing verbal and written feedback.
  • Confirm and/or explain the system functionality and configuration in response to queries by providing input and information related to systems, processes, performance and/or workflow during audits and inspections by the regulator.
  • Build relationships with external vendors through engagements.
  • Ensure collaborative relationships by maintaining stakeholder relationships (e.g. industry user groups) by representation through formal channels.
  • Compile project plan by determining scope and business requirements for delivery of projects within Group AML, CFT & Sanctions Programmes to standards, scope and plan and take corrective action, where relevant.
  • Identify and document business requirements for the development and delivery of system solutions through interaction with stakeholders.
  • Ensure system delivered to standards and requirements by sourcing system solutions through analysis of industry trends and best practice and presenting relevant solution for sign-off.
  • Ensure system development meets business requirements through design of test scenarios and/or test scripts for the facilitation of user acceptance testing and take corrective action, where necessary.
  • Take corrective action by monitoring data integrity and data workflow through relevant reports for stakeholders.
  • Ensure policies and procedures are adhered to by administering user provisioning process through managing access and password activation and user rights and control on systems.
  • Enable efficient utilisation of systems by providing technical and system support to users through the development of user guides, on-the-job support and documenting business processes.
  • Deliver requests from stakeholders for management information by writing the relevant scripts for data analysis, testing the results, highlighting data integrity problems, where relevant, and produce the required information in report format for actioning by stakeholders.
  • Identify trends (e.g. client behaviour, client information, products, etc.) by analysing system data and highlighting outliers and/or variances for actioning by stakeholders.
  • Interpret management information by comparing current data to historic data, by highlighting and providing insight into variances observed, for actioning by stakeholders.
  • Compile and provide input into regulatory risk and committee reports by extracting relevant management information, reporting on system amendments and/or enhancements and trends for decision-making and monitoring by stakeholders.
  • Add value to Nedbank by identifying and recommending opportunities to enhance processes and systems, and by supporting the implementation of new processes, policies and systems.

Essential Qualifications - NQF Level

  • Advanced Diplomas/National 1st Degrees

Preferred Qualification

Bachelor of Commerce: Business Management

Preferred Certifications

Certificate in Business Analysis from one of the Institute of International Business Analysts (IIBA) endorsed education providers - essential.  Associated Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS) or Anti - Money Laundering certification - preferred, not essential

Minimum Experience Level

3 - 5 years experience in business and system analysis

Technical / Professional Knowledge

  • Business Acumen
  • Data analysis
  • Nedbank policies and procedures
  • Nedbank vision and strategy
  • Relevant regulatory knowledge
  • Relevant software and systems knowledge
  • System development
  • Business writing skills
  • Database Knowledge
  • Technical System Interfaces

Behavioural Competencies

  • Communication
  • Decision Making
  • Facilitating Change
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Quality Orientation
  • Technical/Professional Knowledge and Skills



Preference will be given to candidates from the underrepresented groups

Please contact the Nedbank Recruiting Team at +27 860 555 566


Please contact the Nedbank Recruiting Team at +27 860 555 566


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