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Job Purpose:
An onboarding and compliance administrator is required to join the team of a growing Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires a working knowledge of AML/ CFT regulations, ideally from within working in Trust and Corporate Services, although experience within other Financial Services industries work may also be considered. General Trust & Company Administration work will also be required.

Key Responsibilities:
New business onboarding and compliance matters.
Trust & Company Administration work with, and in support of, a team.
Assisting Directors of the company, as required, including work with eGaming clients.

Skills & Experience:
Around 2 years experience within AML/ CFT work in financial services, ideally Trust and Corporate Services.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, used to liaising with clients.
Comfortable working in a small team environment, supporting colleagues and Directors as required and undertaking varied role responsibilities.
Strong organisational skills with a positive and enthusiastic approach.
Previous experience within Trust & Corporate Services would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm, salary in line with experience and plus company benefits.

Job Purpose:
A Financial Crime Analyst required to join a leading international Life Assurance business on a permanent basis. The role holder will have an awareness of fraud detection techniques and will be able to engage effectively with business stakeholders to deliver Financial Crime developments in an appropriate manner, resulting in value added risk management practices and reporting solutions.

Key Responsibilities:
Assist in ensuring supported legal entities are protected against potential criminal activity by providing specialised forensic detection and investigation services.
Monitoring of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) and any remedial work required to ensure this process is fully controlled and meets the regulatory expectation, guidance and procedures.
Review of all client screening results.
Other work may include investigation, documenting and reporting of all suspicious activity relating to financial crime, reviewing complex high profile, high value business and other case specific matters including requests for information from regulators, production orders, restraining orders, requests for information from tax authorities or other government bodies, bespoke reviews in order to establish trends of financial crime.
Maintain detailed knowledge of all operational functions, including key processes and controls across all businesses.
Development of knowledge in relation to specific commercial expectations in the various regions to support the high risk, HNW business.
Assist with the production of management information of any financial crime activity for the business.
Maintaining key relationships with operational areas to ensure all investigations are conducted in an open and constructive manner.
Developing and maintaining close relationships with law enforcement and other external parties.
Developing and maintaining close working relationships with key personnel in relation to reviewing and advising on complex cases.

Skills & Experience:
5 GCSE's or equivalent at Grade C or above, including English and Maths.
Preferably holding or working towards a relevant professional qualification.
Good experience in Financial Crime disciplines.
Experience in defining and delivering quality reporting.
Strong analytical and relationship building skills.
Planning and organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive rates of pay, structured working pattern- core business hours, parking on site.

Job Purpose:
Compliance Administrator required to join an established Fiduciary Organisation on a permanent basis to work alongside other members of the Compliance & Risk Team to support the existing team with regulatory and legislative requirements.

Key Responsibilities:
Risk Cycle File Reviews.
FATCA and CRS screening.
PEP screening and enhanced DD activities.
Assisting with process and procedure drafting.
Assisting with internal audit and monitoring activities.
Assisting with New Business Screening.
Promote a positive governance and compliance culture at all levels throughout the business.

Skills & Experience:
A proven track record in a similar role compliance position
Up to date working knowledge of the Isle of Man FSA Rule Book 2013- desirable.
Systematic approach to work and attention to detail.

Hours & Benefits:
Market competitive rates of pay, core business working hours.
Full training and support for external study will be provided.

Job Purpose:
Experienced and ideally MICA qualified Compliance Officer is sought by an Accountancy Practice. The role holder will be Data Protection Officer and Deputy MLRO, with hands on responsibility for compliance and data protection for the business.

Key Responsibilities:
Working autonomously to manage all day to day Compliance and Data Protection for the Accountancy Practice and it's small CSP division.
Acting as Data Protection Officer and Deputy MLRO.
Keeping accurate and up to date records, including annual staff training.
Supporting the MLRO with regulatory reporting.
Taking minutes at quarterly board meetings.

Skills & Experience:
A number of years experience within Compliance in Financial Services, ideally within a Practice or CSP.
Likely to be MICA qualified or progressing with ICA studies.
Used to managing a diverse workload and working autonomously.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary in line with experience and qualifications.

Job Purpose:
Senior Group Risk Manager required to join a global wealth management company, to be responsible for the provision of risk support and guidance to the Managers and Directors across the Group.

Key Responsibilities:
Actively lead and manage the Group Risk team to ensure quality of service and achievement of goals.
Conduct risk reviews and monitor procedures to ensure satisfactory performance and compliance within the existing Risk Management Framework.
Develop risk related policies, procedures and systems at Group level and monitor and support their implementation at unit level where appropriate, providing relevant advice and guidance where required.
Work collaboratively with Business Units to understand any issues identified through risk monitoring, developing awareness of actions to improve control weaknesses.
Provide effective support to the Management Committee, the Group Board and the Group Risk and Compliance Committee.
Develop strong working relationships, internally and externally, as required
Lead the delivery of up-to-date reports and management information on risk trends in each jurisdiction and proactively alert Group Risk Directors on any issues or potential risks.

Skills & Experience:
Extensive experience in risk/ audit is essential.
Should have a detailed understanding and experience of risk identification and mitigation.
Experienced in the management, development and implementation of policies and procedures.
Minimum of three years' experience at a senior level, to include staff management.
Ideally excellent knowledge of fiduciary services operations, although financial services. operations within Banking or Insurance can also be considered.
Relevant degree level or equivalent relevant professional qualification.
Proactive approach to planning and organising tasks.

Hours & Benefits:
Excellent benefits package and competitive salary.

Job Purpose:
Junior Lawyer required to join an expanding online e-gaming company as part of their Legal Team based in the Isle of Man. Reporting in to the Head of Legal to provide support for a broad range of corporate and commercial matters.

Key Responsibilities:
To provide legal advice to all Group departments on commercial and corporate issues.
Work closely with the Head of Legal to draft, review and negotiate commercial and corporate contracts and documents.
Review and Update in-house commercial and corporate precedents documents where required.
Support through to completion all stages of commercial agreements.
Work closely with other business units to provide legal advice and guidance.
Assist the Head of Legal with matters relating to compliance with legal and regulatory requirements of the Group, adhering to AML/CFT, Data Protection legislation and Regulatory requirements.
To work closely with marketing and risk teams to provide legal direction and advice, appropriately balancing risk and reward of projects.
Review and improve processes on ongoing basis.

Skills and Experience:
Qualified English Solicitor or Manx Advocate with around 1 year post qualified experience.
A background in e-gaming is beneficial.
Flexible approach to work.
Excellent drafting and organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and benefits.

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