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Job Purpose:
Highly experienced Compliance Executive sought to act as MLRO for the IOM office and lead the IOM compliance team of an International Financial Services Group. Applicants should have at least 5 years compliance experience working within either a bank and/or investment business, to have a good understanding of banking, investment business and operational procedures. The role holder will ideally hold a supporting professional qualification, or will alternatively have extensive relevant industry experience, within Banking/ Investments.

Key Responsibilities:
MLRO for the Isle of Man office, including receipt, assessment and disclosure of suspicious activity reports and all IOM regulatory reporting
Leading the Isle of Man compliance team, ensuring the adherence of company, banking and investment business legislation and associated regulations
Managing the team's workloads, and their training and development, including the preparation of annual appraisals
Ensuring that compliance policies and procedures are updated as needed and embedded within the business
Implementing and reviewing on an ongoing basis, all AML/CFT related policies and procedures
Review of New business, undertaking high risk reviews and managing transaction monitoring
Supporting the Director of Risk and Compliance with achieving the organisation's strategic and commercial objectives, including the preparation and reporting of management information and risk committee, audit committee and board reports

Skills & Experience:
At least 5 years compliance experience working within either a bank and/or investment business
Ideally qualified in the ICA Diploma in Compliance, CISI International Diploma in Investment Compliance, MSC in Regulation, or similar
Strong communication skills witg all levels of staff, including the ability to liaise with other group offices, present to the Executive Committee, Audit Risk and Compliance Committee and the Board
Strong report writing skills
Highly organised and used to meeting challenging deadlines
Proactive and analytical approach, used to leading a team and ensuring group standards are updated and maintained

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, market rate salary and competitive benefits package

Job Purpose:
AML and compliance support agent required for an online sports betting organisation based in Douglas to support the business in AML/CFT and social responsibility compliance.

Key Responsibilities:
Liaise with Customer Services team to obtain the necessary information and/or documentation from the players and conduct customer KYC/CDD and EDD checks as applicable.
Undertake ongoing monitoring of customer activity.
Report suspicious activity to the MLRO through STRs.
Report possible problem gambling to the Compliance team.
Provide general support to the MLRO and Compliance team in these areas.
Daily and constant interaction with the customer database, reacting to automated alerts and triggers arising from customer activity.
Daily and constant interaction with the Fraud and Payments team and Customer Services team who may identify and provide information on customer activity that may give cause for concern relating to fraud, money laundering, financing of terrorism or problem gambling.

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within a compliance /AML related position.
Flexibility to adjust to dynamic and demanding work environment.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and able to communicate with staff of all levels.
Strong team orientation and results and time oriented.

Hours & Benefits:
Rotating shift pattern of 8am-4pm and 10am -7pm between Monday -Saturday
Competitive remuneration

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:
Senior compliance professional required to join an expanding financial services group in a permanent capacity on the Isle of Man, as their Senior Compliance Manager & MLRO.
The purpose of the role is to provide overall responsibility for Compliance in an innovative financial services organisation across a number of licence holding entities in varying investment and all banking activities.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the set-up, implementation and maintenance of the Group's Investment and all Banking operations.
Implement continuous improvement in accordance with changes to regulatory requirements, internal policy and best practice.
Act as Money Laundering Reporting Officer (incorporating all the responsibilities of the role of Countering the Financing of Terrorism Officer).
Responsible for contributing to all aspects of the Group's regulatory compliance and risk management, including those relating to financial crime, data protection, anti-bribery and corruption, market abuse, CRS and FATCA.
Review and develop the operational functionality of regulatory compliance and risk management, new business and prevention of financial crime.
Responsible for the monthly production and circulation of management information pertaining to these areas.
Responsible for the production and submission in a timely manner of the Group's Annual Regulatory Returns together with any other statistical information relating to its activities as may be required by the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority.
Assist the Head of Risk and Compliance as required interacting with regulators, law enforcement agencies, external auditors and client audit teams where applicable and/or required.
Assist the Head of Risk and Compliance in the promotion of the Group's compliance and risk strategy and to ensure cohesive and comprehensive alignment of these with the Group's strategic, operational and financial goals and core values.
Responsibility for maintaining all registers and records required by the Rule Book and the Handbook.
Responsibility for the internal investigation of all Group complaints in the light of available information and recommending a course of remedial action to the board.
Assist in the provision of support and guidance to the Board, Risk and Audit Oversight Committee and senior management to ensure that all regulatory, legal and financial crime related risks are adequately managed.
1As required lead and coordinate projects within the Group to ensure new rules, regulations and legislation is implemented and assimilated into the Group's business operations and activities.

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience in a compliance, banking or internal audit environment within in financial services.
Be in a similar role within a regulated environment.
Hold a relevant professional qualifications in Compliance or Banking.
Strong attention to detail and analytical skills.
Excellent communication skills and ability to partner well with multiple internal stakeholders.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Regulatory Product Specialist required to join an expanding international life group in a permanent position on the Isle of Man to effectively embed business conduct and financial crime regulation and policies into the business.

Key Responsibilities:
Support 2nd line assessment and reporting in regard to Conduct Risk, providing 2nd line challenge and validation of 1st line attestation of conduct measures.
Support the risk management reporting frameworks in regard to the provision of 2nd line management information on business conduct matters.
Support any regulatory notifications to regulators, pertaining to business conduct matters.
Review and sign off training material pertaining to business conduct and financial crime.
Support the sign-off of financial promotion literature and other external communications on matters pertaining to business conduct and financial crime regulatory matters.
Support the operation of the overall compliance framework, including updating its procedures and manuals and operating any of its core processes as may be required from time to time.
Ability to support and embed the overall business strategy and conduct framework, designed to Treat Customers Fairly.
Undertake activities as defined by the Head of Compliance to ensure the 1st line effectively embed Business Conduct & Financial Crime regulation and policies into the business as usual activities and comply with all regulatory reporting requirements.
Remain up to date on Conduct of Business regulatory change that may affect the company in regard to its product design in a multiple of jurisdictions and disseminate this into advice reflecting the impact on the business.
Provide 2nd line challenge and direction on all project or operational change initiatives which have a conduct of business regulatory implication, particularly in regard to financial promotions.
Provide representation to industry trade bodies on conduct matters.
Support liaison with company regulators, including in regard to any thematic inspections or reviews pertaining to business conduct and financial crime matters.

Skills & Experience:
Considerable understanding of the Conduct of Business frameworks emerging in a number of international jurisdictions, especially Isle of Man, Singapore and the Middle East and how they conform to international standards.
At least three years in a compliance role with a business conduct/marketing focus, ideally with demonstrable experience with a customer centric project.
Experience of working with senior stakeholders, ideally with exposure to working directly with regulators
Experience in processing regulatory breaches and notifications
Proficient in the use of emerging communication technologies and Microsoft applications
A good awareness of emerging consumer technologies and digital services
Experience in collating and supporting the provision of management information and reports

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Senior Administrator required within the business Control department of a financial services provider, primarily to supervise and be responsible for regulatory and Wealth International requirements in managing and controlling risk exposure arising within Banking.

Key Responsibilities:
Accurately monitor Risk & Compliance following the banks policies and procedures Assist with the administration of Operational and Anti-Money Laundering Risks within the business to ensure that the bank is not exposed to unacceptable levels of risk and report any significant issues to management.
Undertake client reviews, (CBB, IPB and IWI), as per the schedule and in line with WIN Client take on and maintenance manual, ensuring that clients are correctly classified as per the WIN Compliance Guidance Note on Client classification and updating the schedule accordingly Undertake trigger reviews, where applicable, in line with procedure Conduct ongoing monitoring of client transactions and source of funds as required, including the monitoring and review of daily alerts from various information sources.
Conduct retrospective monitoring of Static Data Changes focussing on address changes which increase the possible level of client risk to the Ban Act as a point of contact within the business in respect of account queries such as Source of Funds documentation Assist with the releasing of payments over accounts that are subject to internal posting restrictions Assist in the review of payments that have been flagged by our sanction monitoring software Assist in the review of payments that have been queried by our correspondent bank Assist with managing of deceased account processes.
Assist in the review of account holders that have been flagged by our sanction / PEP monitoring software Assist with cases involving fraud/attempted fraud.
Assist with Operational and Anti-Money Laundering Risk monitoring for the bank.
Willing to learn other BCU duties undertaken by colleagues and be a team player.
Maintain an awareness and comply with all Anti Money Laundering laws, regulations, policies and procedures relevant to the bank.

Skills & Experience:
Ideally, a minimum of 3 years financial services experience, preferably in a Risk, AML or Compliance department, with a thorough understanding of Anti-Money Laundering and Operational Risk matters.
Has a controlling impact on end results.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time hours and competitive salary.

Job Purpose:
Compliance professional required to undertake a Compliance Manager position for a Trust company. This is a permanent positon and a standalone role to act as the Compliance Officer and MLRO.

Key Responsibilities:
Act as Compliance Officer and MLRO.
Primary point of contact with the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority.
Review, advise on and implement applicable legislation and regulations.
Manage the compliance monitoring programme to assess adherence with regulations
Undertake internal audit reviews to test validity and robustness of internal controls
Review advertisements and other promotional content.
Review collective investment scheme documentation for adherence to applicable regulations.
Ensure policies and procedures are up-to-date and meet company and regulatory needs.
Oversee risk management for the business.
Advise on the impact of new processes, products and practices upon the risk environment.
Review and manage the company's risk policies and risk register.
Monitor controls in place to manage and mitigate identified risks.
Attend meetings of the Risk Management Committee.
Promote an effective compliance and risk awareness culture.
Develop effective relationships with directors and staff as well as third parties and professional intermediaries as required.
Deliver anti-money laundering training to staff.

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience as an MLRO or Deputy MLRO within financial services.
Excellent knowledge of fiduciary and funds service operations.
Extensive compliance, risk and/or audit experience.
Experience in the management, development and implementation of policies and procedures.

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Risk Manager required for a global engineering organisation to develop and implement a group wide risk assessment process. The role holder will undertake continual risk assessment and review of the organisation's existing policies, procedures and protocols. A strong understanding of engineering/ manufacturing is expected, It may be helpful to have completed a relevant qualification (ACII, ACCA, ACA or similar). Regular travel to International offices will be required.

Key Responsibilities:
Identifying, assessing and evaluating risk across all group companies, to ultimately develop the Enterprise Risk Management Policy for the multi-national organisation, whilst also working towards the company's overall goals and objectives.
Partnering with the Senior Management team and guiding integration of enterprise risk management with the organisation's other planning and management activities.
Leading the Internal Audit team, including the evaluation of the company's internal control framework, ensuring the effectiveness of corporate governance, systems and controls.
Regular travel to International group offices, as needed.

Skills & Experience:
Highly experienced Risk professional (8 years +) likely to hold supporting qualifications (ACII, ACCA, ACA or similar).
Previous experience within engineering/ manufacturing or another relevant commercial trading business.
Strong communication skills, used to developing positive working relationships across global business divisions.
An analytic thinker experienced in evaluating and reporting on the effects of potential risks, implementing group wide risk management strategies and processes and addressing training needs.
Previous experience within a blue-chip organisation may be helpful, utilising understanding of a consistent and established corporate approach across a multi-national enterprise.

Hours & Benefits:
Fully competitive compensation package.

Job Purpose:
Qualified Lawyer, an experienced In-House Head of Legal within a multi-national commercial business, is required by a global engineering company. Applicants should have PQE c15+ years and have a recent successful track record within an International engineering / manufacturing organisation with significant annual turnover or a similar commercial trading business. The professional candidate will have overall responsibility for managing legal risk across all group entities.

Key Responsibilities:
Overall responsibility for managing legal risk across the International business.
Experienced in providing high quality legal advice on a wide range of issues, work will primarily include patents, commercial contracts, dispute resolutions, regulatory matters and jurisdictional issues.
Playing a key leadership role within the organisation, managing the function, with control of the division's budget and resourcing and leading the existing team across multi-national jurisdictions.
Frequent, pre-planned travel to International group offices.

Skills & Experience:
Qualified Lawyer with extensive PQE c15+ years, most recently having a successful track record within a large International engineering/manufacturing organisation or similar commercial trading business.
An analytic thinker with an ability to understand complex issues, assess risk and provide commercially-focused legal advice in support to diverse business areas.
Excellent communication skills, fluent in English (written and spoken), used to building strong working relationships internally and externally, across operating jurisdictions.
Proactive approach, looking to play a significant role in the success and growth of a large International commercial organisation; potentially this may suit an experienced individual seeking recognition of achievements and experience to date, wanting an opportunity for progression.

Hours & Benefits:
Fully competitive compensation package.

Job Purpose:
Qualified Advocate or Solicitor with upwards of 2 years PQE required to work within an established Private Client Team of a leading Legal practice to manage a caseload of private client work.

Key Responsibilities:
Applicants will manage a diverse caseload within the Private Client team including:
Wills and powers of attorney.
Private trusts and foundations.
Applications to the High Court for protective receiverships.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 2 years PQE within Private Client work.
Sound technical knowledge and experience.
Excellent communication skills and experienced in working as part of a team.
Positive approach to managing a diverse workload to high professional standards.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, competitive salary depending upon experience plus company benefits package.

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