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Job Purpose:
Risk Review Administrator to join Compliance Team at a leading Banking Organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Undertake transaction monitoring reviews and report to the Compliance Officer.
Complete risk assessment of the client to ascertain what risk rating should be applied to the account.
Review customer due diligence held and transaction history processed, focusing on high value and unusual transactions.
Collating statistics of completed reviews for management information.

Skills & Experience:
Educated to A Level standard or equivalent.
2 years experience in a relevant role is essential.
Complete knowledge of AML/CFT legislation on the Island.

Hours & Benefits:
Completive salary.
Full time, business hours.

Job Purpose:
Assistant Risk Analyst to join the Compliance and Risk Department at a leading Trust & Corporate Service provider.

Key Responsibilities:
Recording and monitoring of incident reports from staff.
Implementation and analysis of new risk management systems.
Reporting to the risk committees.
To provide support to members of the Group Risk Management Team generally in their roles.
To ensure compliance with company standards, policies and procedures.

Skills & Experience:
Good GCSE and A level results essential and desire to study for the appropriate qualifications.
Graduate level education desired but not essential.
Previous office experience is essential, preferably in a risk management or compliance role.
Experience in using Microsoft Applications.
Capability to work effectively both as part of a team and independently.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary.

Job Purpose:
Compliance Assistant required to support the Compliance Officer within a fiduciary services provider based in the South of the Island.

Key Responsibilities:
Collation of KYC/CDD documents on new and existing clients.
Undertaking online searches and checks in relation to clients and related parties.
Carrying out risk reviews on new and existing clients and assisting with completion of compliance monitoring programme.
Contribute to and carry out internal reviews / risk assessments.

Skills & Experience:
Sound knowledge and understanding of AML/CTF requirements, especially in relation to KYC/CDD - minimum two years' experience in a compliance.
Understanding of the financial services industry including the TCSP environment.
Awareness of the regulatory framework, preferably to include data protection and Health & Safety.

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours and competitive salary.

Job Purpose:
Junior Lawyer with up to 2 years PQE, required to join a global advisory and administration group within the legal advisory team based on the Isle of Man, but primarily working as a larger function across multiple jurisdictions including London, Luxembourg and Cape Town. Some travel may be required across the locations detailed.

Key Responsibilities:
Tax, trust and estate planning for high net worth families.
Implementation of international corporate transactions and restructuring for private clients.
Structuring and implementation of offshore structures.
Private wealth and multi-family office legal assistance.
Structuring and establishment of private investment funds.
Providing legal advice.
Responsibility for risk management.

Skills & Experience:
UK or Isle of Man qualified lawyer with up to 2 years relevant post qualification experience, in the areas of private client, corporate commercial or personal or corporate tax.
Qualifications in other jurisdictions may be considered.
Investment funds experience would also be considered relevant.
The ability to understand legal concepts and to draft.
Ability to work alone and as part of a team.
Excellent client relationship skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Head of Financial Crime required to join a global wealth management business and lead the financial crime function and act as MLRO.

Key Responsibilities:
Promote consistent financial crime compliance, working closely with the Board as a trusted advisor.
Provide leadership and direction on financial crime matters to the Isle of Man business including CDD, AML, Sanctions and Bribery & Corruption.
Lead and manage the financial crime advisory team.

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience of delivering high quality anti money laundering support to a sophisticated client base, primarily in financial services working with senior executives.
Demonstrate strong technical skills in local and international financial crime law and regulation and a solid understanding and working knowledge of financial crime risk and responsibilities.
Be an experienced MLRO.
Be able to demonstrate proven depth in the core areas of financial crime, and to quickly apply a combination of technical and commercial thinking to any business issue arising.
A natural change manager and project leader, be comfortable in fast growing and complex environments.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
The Senior Compliance Officer will be responsible for compliance issues relating to the legal services, fiduciary, investment services and pensions businesses in the Isle of Man. They will be required to act as Compliance Officer, Deputy Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) and Data Protection Officer for the operational entities based in the Isle of Man.

Key Responsibilities:
Be a key part of the global Governance Services team, drafting and providing input on group compliance policies and procedures.
Form part of the global compliance team for the group.
File compliance returns with the relevant regulators.
Report to the boards of all regulated entities within the scope of the job responsibilities.
Act as Deputy MLRO for the Isle of Man's affected entities, taking receipt of and investigating internal suspicion reports and making the necessary external reports where appropriate.
Conduct periodic internal reviews to ensure that compliance procedures are followed.
Assist the boards of the businesses to assess business risks including AML/CFT risks and maintain risk registers as per Regulatory requirements.
Advise on compliance with the Rule Book of the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority.
Manage all regulatory inspections of the businesses in the Isle of Man.

Skills and Experience:
Have at least five years experience in a Compliance role, ideally as a Compliance Officer within financial services with preference for Fiduciary.
Have a degree level qualification, or equivalent, ideally in Business, Finance, Law or Compliance and Risk Management.
Have the ability to communicate effectively with staff, senior management and regulator.
Be well organised, with the ability to work autonomously and deal with a busy workload.
Be prepared to get heavily involved in the day-to-day running of the compliance function for the designated offices.
Have excellent English language and language computer skills, and in particular good knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook email.

Hours and Benefits:
Competitive package and comprehensive benefits package.

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.

Job Purpose:

Compliance and Risk Administrator required to join fiduciary group, supporting the risk management and compliance function including ongoing monitoring and the provision of reports and analysis.

Key Responsibilities:

Ensure that FATCA / CRS client matters are proactively monitored and that material matters are notified to the Director.

Work with the Director and Head of Operations in relation to a Data Protection project in anticipation of the new GDPR.

Review and maintain CDD requirements.

Review and ensure policies and procedures are fit for purpose.

Skills & Experience:

Previous experience of working in compliance & risk within a fiduciary business is essential.

Knowledge of FATCA / CRS is essential and understanding of data protection is preferred.

Possession of or study toward a relevant compliance qualification would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:

Douglas based employer, offering competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:

Financial Crime & Data Privacy Officer required for a Life Assurance Organisation. Being responsible for assessing, setting and documenting the risk based approach to the management of financial crime and data privacy risks across the business and communicating this to key business stakeholders. This individual will become the designated MLRO and Data Protection Officer for the business.

Key Responsibilities:

Designing compliant financial crime and data privacy frameworks.

Primary liaison for data protection and data privacy matters, including the EU General Data Protection Regulations

Primary liaison point for enquiries by law enforcement and other authorities, e.g. related matters in regard to potential criminal activity.

Manages and oversees the delivery of forensic financial crime investigation and CDD standards.

Assessing anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions, money laundering fraud and data protection risks.

Being the designated MLRO and Data Protection Officer for the business, along with other regulatory or defined responsibility roles within the Group.

Skills and Experience:

Highly experience risk professional, who has completed a professional qualification in relation to AML and Data Protection, who will be able to satisfy key staff criteria to undertake the role of MLRO and DPO for the business.

Extensive knowledge of risk and governance processes, experienced in delivering risk management advice and assurance oversight relating to financial crime and privacy in a regulated/ multi-jurisdictional financial services organisation.

Experience managing the implementation of relevant financial crime and data protection legislation.

Detailed knowledge of financial products and industry practice.

Proactive approach and strong work ethic; outstanding communication and stakeholder management skills.

Hours & Benefits:

Full time working hours, competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:

We are looking for CDD Officers to work as part of a team, completing reviews for clients, ensuring that regulatory obligations are met in relation to client due diligence.

Key Responsibilities:

Review and assess information and documentation and source appropriate due diligence records as and when necessary.

Assist with the monitoring and management of any outstanding issues identified and be responsible for the remediation of such with the client facing teams.

Skills and Experience:

Strong verbal and written communication skills which are critical to the position.

Self-motivated and focussed on exceeding targets and goals and will have the ability to articulate any outstanding matters or management reporting to the client teams and their manager.

Experience of working with the requirements of the Isle of Man's AML&CFT Handbook would be an advantage.

Hours & Benefits:

Excellent hourly rate, based in Douglas

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