About the role
We’re looking for a detail-oriented, self-motivated and organized Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO). As a part of the Compliance team, you’ll work in the areas of regulatory returns, maintaining strong relationships with all key internal and external stakeholders, including regulators and other official bodies. You’ll also play a key role in fulfilling general payment organization compliance requirements generally.
What you’ll do
Maintain company’s AML/CTF policy up to date regarding local regulatory requirement changes
Provide oversight, risk assessment, control, support and coordination for AML compliance including money-laundering detection, KYC, partner bank due diligence
Investigate and provide analysis of any suspicious transactions in accordance with AML regulations, make all appropriate filings to Lithuanian FCIS
Monitor the development of regulations to ensure advance awareness and preparatory tasks are undertaken early to implement foreseen changes and continue providing support and advice on all regulatory change to the business
Serve as the on-site resource for regulatory and external body queries and responses, disseminating information throughout the Compliance team and eliciting responses from business units as required
Ensure all relevant regulatory required compliance policies and procedures are kept up-to-date and that new procedures are implemented where necessary
Create and produce relevant regulatory related management information, including reports for senior management as required
Ensure adequate training and understanding of regulatory requirements across the Group and implement additional training, policies and procedures as required
Conduct internal investigations and enquiries as necessary and maintain logs
Liaise with internal and external auditors and other stakeholders, ensuring all requests and any issues are addressed in a timely and accurate manner
Inform Compliance colleagues and the business (as required) of any regulatory and/or official external body related issues, that should be escalated for greater consideration
Participate in additional projects and assist with any other matters as directed by the EU Compliance and Governance management team
You’ll be great for this position if
You have minimum 7 years of compliance experience in the fintech or financial services industry (or closely related experience), working in AML/KYC teams
You are fluent in English, with outstanding communication, written and interpersonal skills
You have strong knowledge and experience with European regulations, in particular Anti-Money Laundering regulations with some knowledge of Payment Regulations and Consumer Protection
You have experience in designing and implementing AML and Sanctions Programs
You have a high degree of professional ethics and integrity
You are organized, analytical, pragmatic, solution-orientated and able to prioritize and execute projects in an ever-changing environment
You’re self-driven, detail-oriented and adept at time management
You’re able to analyze situations and information quickly, and confident escalating issues, when appropriate
You have excellent computer and online skills
You’re willing to travel as required
Why you should join SumUp
You’ll have the opportunity to make an impact and drive your career
You’ll be part of a close, welcoming and collaborative community
We have a training budget for attending conferences and advancing your career
We’re located in Dublin, close to transport links, lunch and shopping facilities
We believe in the everyday hero. Those who have the courage to follow their passion and who have the strength and determination to realize their dreams.
Small business owners are at the heart of all we do, so we're creating powerful, easy-to-use financial solutions to help them run their businesses. With a founder’s mentality and a 'team-first’ attitude, our diverse teams across Europe, South America and the United States work together to ensure that small business owners can be successful doing what they love.
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