Compliance Administrator

Job Ref: LF 25104
Posted: 2022-05-12
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Our client has advised of an exciting new opportunity as they are currently requiring a Compliance Administrator to actively support the MLCO and the Governance, Risk and Compliance Team in managing the Financial Risks of the firm, including the profiling of customers at onboarding and throughout the existence of the customer relationship.


Guernsey, Channel Islands


Duties include but are not exclusive to:
Undertaking co-ordination of the CDD process (collection, completeness, conformity and analysis) considering the legal requirements, the risks to the firm and the policies and procedures and other systems in place.
Assist in the development and maintenance of the CDD policies and procedures in the oversight of the firm’s compliance with the relevant laws and regulations.
Develop and assist with the compilation of CDD profiles for onboarding, periodic reviews and trigger event reviews or otherwise as may be applicable and ensure that all documents are collected, verified and sorted.
Assist in the CDD process by carrying out background research through queries, open source research, risk-screening or otherwise as may be appropriate and necessary.
Develop an understanding of the quality of the CDD information on the firm’s customers, reporting back to the relevant administrator as required.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the firm’s risks / vulnerabilities or areas of concern.
Identify any risks or concerns and report them to the MLCO in a timely manner.
Remain up to date with the relevant AML / CFT laws and regulations and maintain a comprehensive understanding of CDD requirements to ensure the firm always remains compliant.
Assist with updating and reviewing breach registers, incident reports, complaint logs, and other appropriate records.
Develop a good understanding and working knowledge of Data Protection and assist in ensuring that all customer information is stored and maintained accordingly (electronically and in paper format).
Support the MLCO in ad-hoc regulatory matters and support the wider Governance, Risk & Compliance team with the objective of having an integrated team.
Ad-hoc duties as required, to support Directors and staff.

Skills / Qualifications

It would be advantageous for the candidate to have experience working within a compliance function for a financial service business; however, training will be given. Compliance qualifications is desirable, but above all, they require a keen interest in the field of compliance and a willingness to learn. They must be a team player, independent, hardworking, eager to learn and have good attention to detail. They will be customer-oriented and be highly adaptable to a changing environment. They must have strong attention to detail and administration skills, and an ability to learn and develop a skillset quickly and efficiently. They must be able to communicate in a positive and effective manner, as well as being self-motivated and have the ability to use initiative as well as good common sense.

How To Apply

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