Compliance Administrator

Our client are looking for a dedicated and proactive administrator to join their Compliance team.

 As part of this role, you will play a key part in conducting compliance monitoring reviews to help ensure the business adheres to our regulatory requirements. Attention to detail and endless curiosity to learn about the business will be essential for success.

 About the role

You will be part of a respected Risk and Compliance team that fosters a culture of compliance to identify, assess, and adequately mitigate regulatory compliance risks effectively. 

 You will undertake a range of monitoring reviews from initial scoping, sample testing and reporting, to support compliance with our policies and procedures across different jurisdictions relating to combatting financial crime and adherence to data protection, law society rules and other relevant regulatory obligations.   

 You will have the satisfaction of following through on your reviews by drafting reports on the outcome of the monitoring activity, including the findings/observations, and tracking them through with the business stakeholder until remediation. 

About you

  • Proven experience working in a Client Administration, Compliance, Risk, or operational control- type function within a regulated Financial Services Business and relevant compliance qualifications.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of AML regulations in Jersey and/or Guernsey, Cayman, BVI, HK and UK. 
  • Work well independently and pro-actively take ownership for own workload to meet deadlines while follow the team program.
  • Ability to learn different business systems and processes to effectively test the relevant policy and procedure. 
  • An analytical approach demonstrated by an ability to assess and analyse information presented and read across information to identify potential risk.

For more information, please contact Jamie on 707812 or email your CV to jobs@excel-recruitment.com

Type: 
Permanent
Discipline: 
Compliance
Job Posted: 
Mon, 29 Apr 2024
Closing Date: 
Sun, 28 Jul 2024
Reference: 
11953

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