Anna Orzel joined CURENTIS AG as a consultant in August 2022 and has extensive experience in anti-money laundering. Anna studied economics in Poland and has broad expertise in anti-money laundering from projects at international banks in Germany and Luxembourg.
Why did you choose CURENTIS?
The thought of becoming a consultant initially gave me a bit of a stomachache, but then the opportunity to start a new adventure convinced me. Even the first conversation with Ralf Penndorf showed me that at CURENTIS you can feel like you're part of a family. The honesty and openness at the interview, where I didn't have to pretend to be the perfect/ideal candidate for the job, helped and encouraged me to develop professionally. I was recognized and appreciated for who I am, and most importantly, I was given the opportunity to prove myself.
What are your main tasks and what does your daily work look like?
As a CURENTIS consultant, I support banks in meeting the extensive AML requirements. I have already worked for CURENTIS at banks in Luxembourg and Germany. In addition, I deal with exciting anti-money laundering topics as part of internal projects. For example, I am currently preparing a training course for transaction monitoring.
What makes CURENTIS special or exciting for you?
For the first time, I feel like I belong to a company. That is a special feeling for me. People listen to me and care about my career opportunities. The trust that is placed in me with each new task makes me even more eager to work. And when I see my colleagues doing a good job, I'm grateful to work with them.