What is the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network?

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, also known as FinCEN, is a bureau of the US Department of Treasury that collects and analyzes information about financial transactions in order to prevent money laundering, terrorist financing, or other financial crimes.

The mission of the FinCEN is to safeguard the US financial system from illicit use, promote national security through the strategic financial authorities, and collect, analyze, and disseminate financial intelligence to other agencies.

FinCen Challenges and Opportunities

As the Treasury’s lead organization for establishing and implementing policies to prevent and detect money laundering, FinCEN offers a number of exciting challenges and opportunities. They achieve their mission goals by administering the Bank Secrecy Act; supporting law enforcement, intelligence, and regulatory agencies through sharing and analysis of financial intelligence; and building global cooperation with counterpart financial intelligence units.

Careers at Fincen

Core Career positions include Compliance Specialists, Financial Transactions Analysts, IT Specialists, Intelligence Research Specialists, and Regulatory Policy Specialists. The great thing about FinCEN in terms of your career search is that they have openings anywhere from requiring no security clearance, all the way up to the Top Secret / SCI level.

If you are you looking for a new opportunity where you can use your knowledge, skills, and expertise, an exciting career with FinCEN may be waiting for you.

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