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Nikeeta Beri
Co-Founder
345 769 7002 Apply Now

Deputy MLRO

Cayman | Compliance
US$100-125k DOE plus excellent benefits

Responsibilities:

  • The Deputy Money Laundering Reporting Officer (“DMLRO“) role will report and provide support to the MLRO, members of the Compliance team and management
  • Prepare documentation related to queries arising from law enforcement and other regulatory agencies
  • Review compliance onboarding practices and documentation, liaise with the business as required and make recommendations as to improvements
  • Review transaction reports, suspicious activity reports and alerts and summarise findings; be prepared to draft external suspicious activity reports as required
  • Undertake detailed investigations arising from Internal Disclosures or related activity and be in a position to make recommendations
  • Communicate compliance and risk management requirements to internal and external clients; address queries and concerns and assist with the delivery of staff training
  • Liaise with CIMA
  • Work closely with the MLRO and the AMLCO to ensure that all local requirements pertaining to Compliance and Financial Crime are addressed in CVT plans and closely tracked for changes
  • Identify data quality issues, recommend solutions and implement change
  • Take ownership of specific tasks as delegated by the MLRO, AMLCO or management
  • Maintain an awareness of regulatory and legal changes in the Financial Crime space and provide timely updates
  • Maintain an awareness of Anti-Bribery & Corruption requirements
  • In the absence of the MLRO, act as the point of contact for authorities in matters pertaining to Financial Crime

Experience required:

  • Minimum 5 years relevant Compliance / Financial Crime experience
  • Knowledge of the Financial Crime environment and emerging trends
  • Ability to promptly and appropriately escalate risks and/or failure of standards to be met, to management
  • Ability to analyse reports, identify failings and to notify same together with recommendations for remediation
  • Strong communication skills, both written and spoken
  • Team player
  • Some experience of interaction with regulatory authorities is helpful
  • Ability to multi-task and work to tight deadlines
  • High ethical standards with the ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with absolute discretion
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to liaise and communicate competently within a team in order to ensure the effectiveness of the Compliance and Financial Analytical activities
  • Experience in effectively dealing with senior management, including presentation
Nikeeta Beri
Co-Founder
345 769 7002 Apply Now

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