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Job Purpose:
A Compliance specialist is sought by a leading Douglas-based Payroll and Contractor Services company. The role holder will become Deputy MLRO for the organisation and be responsible for the day-to-day compliance administration for a number of group companies, working closely with and providing assistance to the Compliance Manager/MLRO.

Key Responsibilities:
Day to day compliance Administration including assistance with AML/CFT administration.
Reviewing of Customer Due Diligence & Enhanced Due Diligence.
Signing off new applications, undertaking ongoing monitoring and preparing monthly reports.
Assisting with delivery of AML/CFT training.
Providing cover for the Compliance Manager/MLRO during their absence.

Skills & Experience:
A number of years Compliance experience.
Ideally the holder of a professional Compliance qualification, or working towards this, but significant experience in a similar work will also be considered.
Good understanding of current AML/CFT legislation and regulation.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a positive approach.
Experienced in working to tight deadlines and working as part of a team.

Hours & Benefits:
Salary dependent on relevant skills and experience; company benefits; full-time business hours based on a 37.5 hour working week.

Job Purpose:
Compliance professional required to join a growing Fiduciary Group in a permanent position as the Assistant Compliance Manager. The role is to support the Compliance Manager and team in all areas of compliance and governance.

Key Responsibilities:
To be responsible for the day to day management of the team and effective management of workloads.
Provide guidance and mentoring of other team members.
Attendance at internal committee meeting - in house/client structures.
Keep Compliance Manager informed of all matters of significance so that they can continue to keep Group informed of material issues affecting the Isle Of Man compliance function.
Provide and promote a positive and professional compliance service to all staff within the Company.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 5 years experience in a similar Compliance or technical role and/or experience in professional services industry (preferably fiduciary).
Hold or working towards a relevant compliance/risk related qualification.
Have a good understanding of the exposures to risk within a financial services organisation.
Excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills along with a commitment to working as part of a global team.
Deliver exceptional services and produce work to a high quality within expected timeframe and service level.
Supports/implements strategy, maximize internal/external relationships, maintain external profile.

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Investment professional required to join an International Bank on an initial contract basis. The role holder will be responsible for managing the investment control process.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide support to the Investment Division on completing reports; input data to relevant databases and notify 3rd parties and liaise with Group Risk and Compliance where relevant; chase outstanding reports and action updates.
Undertake ad hoc investigatory work into incidents, breaches and complaints, as required.
Prepare reports, collate papers, collate KRIs, prepare and undertake routine analysis of risk data for Investment Division and Risk meetings.
Record minutes of Investment Division investment committee and management meetings.
Undertake periodic testing of Investment Division controls.
Undertake periodic client suitability reviews and investment mandate monitoring, such as approved list and variance investigation and reporting.
Support the business in the establishment and maintenance of a robust controls environment.
Maintain the central policies and procedures manual, and facilitate periodic review of teams' procedures, review draft policies and procedures, and advise on procedural control improvements.
Deliver relevant risk process training.

Skills & Experience:
A proven track record within a similar investment focussed role is essential.
Previous experience within Banking is highly desirable.
Hold or be studying towards a relevant professional Investment qualification.

Hours & Benefits:
Structured working pattern- core business hours, excellent rate of pay- market competitive, based in central Douglas.

Job Purpose:
A Senior Technical On-Boarding Officer is sought by a private Wealth organisation on a permanent basis, working within the Operations team you will ensure processes across the bank work as effectively and efficiently as possible.

Key Responsibilities:
Conduct On-boarding review of all new personal and/or corporate account applications from all distribution channels.
Conduct sign off of accounts once satisfied the file is complete.
Review information on potential new clients of all risk ratings, identify deficiencies and follow up on all queries to resolution.
Prepare account opening packs for Compliance/Director approval/sign off.
Complete on-boarding training with new & existing team members, and assess and allocate daily team tasks.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 3 years previous experience in a similar on-boarding environment within Banking or Life Assurance.
AML or compliance related qualifications would be desirable but not essential.
Sound understanding of KYC requirements and risk assessment criteria.
Ability to deal effectively and professionally with wide range of internal and external clients.

Hours & Benefits:
Very competitive salary along with full company benefits; central Douglas-based; full time business hours.

Job Purpose:
Senior Governance & Controls Manager required to join an international group. This is a new leadership role based on the island managing a team of 8 people in the risk and control function supporting the customer support centres. Primary responsibility is to ensure the customer support centres are able to 'operate in control' and meet all governance, risk, control and conduct risk commitments.

Key Responsibilities:
Developing the overall controls framework for customer support centre in line with the control framework, as a major business unit. Ensuring that the framework supports the controlled operation, in line with management's risk appetite.
Using specialist knowledge to integrate the controls frameworks to span across the diverse client types, customer channels and jurisdictions serviced by CSC.
Maintaining and operating the CSC controls governance framework, including establishing and run controls forum and escalation to controls forum.
Ensuring relevant MI on control and conduct issues is made available to management to enable them to assess the overall health of the control environment and the prudent management of conduct risk in the business unit.
Utilising in-depth knowledge and understanding to ensure implementation of standards and procedures, and adopting/creating other standards/procedures as required by the customer support centre.
Enhancement of risk and control processes as required by risk events or negative assessments, new business requirements, new regulatory requirements, or other significant remediation programmes undertaken by the firm.
Advising Head of Customer Support Centre on control matters, and supporting them in the discharge of control obligations. Including utilising knowledge to provide advice on changes to controls requirements and recommendation on revisions required.
Support to Head of Customer Support Centre on Conduct and Regulatory matters, supporting engagement with regulators and responses to requests. Including recommendation, maintenance and operation of Conduct Risk Management framework.
Collaborating with Assurance teams (first line of defence, Compliance monitoring and testing and Audit) to ensure appropriate level of assessments is conducted for the CSC business.
The role holder will lead, manage and develop the Controls Office within the Customer Support Team, as well as form part of the overall Customer Support Team leadership team.

Skills & Experience:
You should have significant experience in a similar risk/controls/governance position specifically as first line of defence.
The ideal individual will have prior working experience of working within Financial Services, preferably Wealth Management and the ability to deliver solutions under pressure and in a change environment.
High levels of analytic, consulting, influencing and presentation skills and an ability to communicate with ease and credibility with senior leaders.
Skills and experience to be accountable for planning analysis, alignment with key business imperatives and providing support for tactical and strategic initiatives e.g. identification of material risk assessments.
Action orientated, proactive individual and a structured thinker with the ability to multi-task in a high pressure environment.
A high level of understanding of the regulatory environment and awareness of regulatory impact and changes, specifically in an offshore location.
Significant experience in contact centre/relationship role and/or control / risk management roles.
A high level of understanding of the regulatory environment and awareness of regulatory impact and changes, specifically in an offshore location.

Hours & Benefits:
Comprehensive and competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
Compliance Assistant required to join general accountancy practice and busy Trust & Corporate Service provider.

Key Responsibilities:
Ensure the information held on each client complies with procedures and regulatory requirements, performing regular compliance reviews and including the monitoring of high risk clients.
Assist the MLRO and Compliance Officer in implement FATCA reporting.
Assist the Compliance Officer in all matters relating to Data Protection.

Skills & Experience:
Educated to degree level, preferably with a business related degree, or have strong 'A' levels with previous experience in compliance in a regulated entity.
Excellent communication skills.
Ability to work under pressure maintaining the highest levels of accuracy.

Hours & Benefits:
Douglas based employer, working business hours.

Job Purpose:

Remediation/ Customer Service opportunities to assist a project team created to review the accuracy and relevance of Customer Due Diligence (CDD) held.

Key Responsibilities:

Reviewing the accuracy and relevance of CDD held.

Ensuring that there is sufficient information and that this meets internal requirements.

Skills and Experience:

Excellent communication skills.

5 GCSE's grade A - C.

Previous banking experience would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:

Douglas based employer, competitive salary and benefits package.

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