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MLRO (in United Kingdom, London)

IT Camp client is a business oriented neobank providing B2B customers with full traditional banking infrastructure (including accounts, transfers in/out, cards) combined with additional features such as acquiring, invoicing and tax reporting, as well as full access to crypto (wallets, payments in/out, exchange, swaps, low-risk DeFi products). Operating in the UK, EU and Canada.

Job Description:  
The applicant will be responsible for managing the due diligence and onboarding of new clients, for liaising with compliance teams of our banking partners in relation with onboarding, transaction
monitoring and fraud claim requests, for representing the company in communication with the regulator. Will be responsible for arrangement of the workflow and processes required by law,  creating lists, strategies, approaches to constantly improve and increase the onboarding and ongoing monitoring processes, and work closely with management on constantly improving the processes.

The applicant should be able to independently compile and present recommendations to the top management, and to independently take decisions in the line of the existing

Key responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
• Client onboarding (due diligence, KYC/KYB)
• Enhanced Customer Due Diligence
• Transaction monitoring
• AML/CFT and other regulation compliance
• Sanction/PEP compliance
• Liaising with compliance teams from our banking partners
• Handling fraud claims and transaction monitoring requests
• Preparing managerial reports and gathering statistics
• Aiding management team in on-site communication with regulators and authorities
• Provision of insights-driven recommendations to the management
• Development, utilisation, and sharing of the best practices to enhance functional efficiency
and accuracy
• Support efforts to develop and enhance partner relationships

Background & Education:
• 4-yr degree or equivalent (legal/finance)
• 5 years prior hands-on experience in AML/CFT, transaction monitoring and compliance
• 2 years prior experience in a senior position
• Proficiency in English is a must
• Basic knowledge of crypto and previous experience in crypto preferable

Required Skills/Abilities:
• Profound knowledge of the regulatory requirements
• Ability to work effectively within a fast-paced, complex matrix, changing environment
• Great analytical skills
• Solid communication skills
• Strong computer skills including MS Office applications
• High responsibility while working with sensitive and classified information

What company is offering:
• Official permanent employment and social guarantees
• Part-time 20h/week (negotiable to Full-time)
• Modern office in Central London
• Be a part of international project

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