Financial Crime Compliance Officer - London

London, United Kingdom
Mar 18, 2023
Mar 23, 2023
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Ebury is a hyper-growth FinTech firm, named in 2021 as one of the top FinTechs to work for by Glassdoor and AltFi. We offer a range of products including FX risk management, trade finance, currency accounts, international payments and API integration.

Financial Crime Compliance Analyst - Compliance

London Victoria Office

The Role

As a FCC Officer, you will work in the Financial Crime Compliance department in the firm's London Victoria office.

Role requirements:

➔ Minimum 2-3 years experience either working in compliance or a financial crime related operational role
➔ Strong experience conducting CDD/EDD on complex clients including but not limited to Private Equity companies, AIFs, Securitization vehicles, Investment companies, underlying Trust and Corporate Service Provider's (TCSP) clients.
➔ Must have good knowledge of international sanction regulations (UN, EU, UK and US)
➔ Must be a team player but can adapt to work independently when required
➔ Can demonstrate the ability to effectively manage stakeholder expectations
➔ Ability to adapt to a fast changing global business environment
➔ Must be able to work well under pressure and be proactive in completing cases under time sensitive conditions
➔ Strong attention to detail and analytical skills allowing the candidate to identify financial crime risks and address them accordingly
➔ Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
➔ High competency in Microsoft Office suite and Google Docs software (desired)
➔ Candidate should be fluent in English and another language (desired)

Key Responsibilities:

➔ First point of contact advising on complex and high risk client onboarding, including Private Equity, AIFs, Securitization vehicles, Investment companies, underlying Trust and Corporate Service Provider's (TCSP) clients.
➔ Ensuring that financial crime risks in transactions, sanctions, EDD, screening and PEP escalations are identified, assessed, managed and reported in a timely manner
➔ Responsible for efficiently managing cases in workflow and being proactive in helping with ad-hoc tasks
➔ Conducting end-to-end financial crime risk assessments on new and existing clients
➔ Reviewing financial crime red flags raised by the first line of defence
➔ Making decisions/recommendations on appropriate actions in relation to financial crime issues raised within the escalation framework
➔ Present FC risk assessments and recommendations to senior stakeholders
➔ Articulating policy and regulatory requirements that the firm complies with to the front office and operational KYC teams

About Us

Ebury is a FinTech success story, positioned among the fastest-growing international companies in its sector.

Founded in 2009, we are headquartered in London and have more than 1300 staff with a presence in more than 20 countries worldwide. Cultural diversity is part of what makes Ebury a special place to be. From Sao Paulo to Dubai, Bucharest to Toronto, we enjoy sharing team experiences and celebrating success across the Ebury family.

Hard work pays off: in 2019, Ebury received a £350 million investment from Banco Santander and has won internationally recognised awards including Financial Times: 1000 Europe's Fastest-Growing Companies.

None of this would have been possible without our proudest achievement: our great people. Enthusiastic, innovative and collaborative teams, always ready to disrupt and revolutionise the fast-paced FinTech sector.

We believe in inclusion. We stand against discrimination in all forms and have no tolerance for the intolerance of differences that makes us a modern and successful organisation. At Ebury, you can be whoever you want to be and still feel a sense of belonging no matter your story because we want you and your uniqueness to help write our future.

Please submit your application on the careers website directly, uploading your CV / resume in English.
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