Presentation from the Federal Safety, Security and Intelligence Career Fair: It’s all about the money
Presentation from the Federal Safety, Security and Intelligence Career Fair (PDF version, 591kb)
- FINTRAC at a glance
- Shedding light on money laundering and terrorist activity financing
- Our role in the fight against ML and TF
- Join the fight!
FINTRAC at a glance
- Canada’s Financial Intelligence Unit
- Mandated to assist in the detection, prevention and deterrence of money laundering and terrorist financing – two significant threats to Canada’s security and economy.
- Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act
- Dynamic complement of 380 employees with specialized knowledge and expertise in…
- Regulatory compliance
- Financial intelligence
- Information and technology
- Policy and corporate excellence
Canada's AML/ATF Regime
Where does FINTRAC Fit?
- Int'l FIUs
- Egmont Group
- Disguise the source of money or assets derived from criminal activity.
- Make the proceeds of crime appear legitimate.
- Fund further criminal activity.
- Money is the means and the end goal.
View Text Equivalent for the Project Cartella Poster
This image depicts the contribution that FINTRAC's financial intelligence made in Project Cartella, in partnership with Peel Regional Police, Halton Regional Police, York Regional Police and Ontario Provincial Police.
16 individuals were arrested and $3 million worth of drugs seized from various residential and commercial properties in the Greater Toronto Area during the year-long investigation.
The predicate offences were related to drugs, firearms and possession of property obtained by crime.
Peel Regional Police quote: "Project Cartella brought investigators together with the Halton Regional Police, the York Regional Police and the Ontario Provincial Police, and drew support from the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC)."
- Funds can be legitimate and/or illegitimate.
- Attempt to hide the identity of donors/sponsors and the purpose for which funds are amassed.
- Associated financial transactions tend to be in smaller amounts than money laundering.
Threats to the security of Canada
- Espionage / Sabotage
- Foreign influenced activities
Money is the means to a more nefarious end goal.
Our role in the fight
FINTRAC’s Compliance Program
FINTRAC’s Intelligence Program
Law enforcement and national security agencies
Feedback and guidance
Information and technology
- Ensuring the security, reliability and efficiency of our sophisticated systems and tools.
- Advancing alignment with government-wide innovation.
Types of Careers:
- Business Intelligence Analyst
- Developer (Quality Assurance, Systems or Web)
- Information Management Analyst
- Information Technology Security Analyst
- Infrastructure Analyst
- Service Desk Analyst
Policy and corporate excellence
- Strengthening Canada’s anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regime, and collaborating with partners across the world.
- Providing value-added corporate services and expertise to advance our operations.
Types of Careers:
- Policy Analyst
- Communications Officer
- Financial Officer
- Human Resources Advisor
- Project Manager
- Procurement Advisor
- Security Officer
- and more!
Join the fight!
- Competitive salaries and performance pay
- Vacation and other leave
- Health, dental and other insurance plans
- Pension plan
- Professional development
- Modern work environments
- Work-life balance
- Unique culture
To work at FINTRAC, you must be eligible for a Top Secret security clearance.
- Be a Canadian citizen.
- Have 10 years of verifiable information.
- Demonstrate suitability and reliability.
- Not participate in illegal activities.
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