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Posted 76 days ago
London, UK, EUROPECompetitive SalaryJob Reference: 35483
An established bookmaker is growing and going online. Based remotely in the UK with travel to Ireland, this is the first MLRO position and a great opportunity to make the role 'your own'.

Duties include;
  • Perform the MLRO role independently, whilst maintaining stakeholder relationships.
  • Production of reports for key stakeholders setting out key developments within the subject matter and the operation and effectiveness of the company’s AML/Fraud systems and controls.
  • Being responsible for designing and carrying out AML/CTF risk assessments across the company.
  • Being point of contact for audits from the Regulator.
  • Ensure transactions made through our payment processes are compliant with all AML/CFT standards.
  • Communication with the Legal, Compliance, Marketing and stakeholders on the most suitable way to combat ML and TF.
  • Regular analysis of the company’s AML/CFT and compliance efforts.
  • Responsible for dealing with the regulators in reference to suspicious transaction reports submitted externally to the relevant FIU.
  • Being an integral part of liaison with gambling regulators, other relevant authorities and third
parties (including the Group’s banks) in relation to AML/CTF and other related matters.
  • Determine how to deal with the reported customer transaction post reporting.
  • Being responsible for the RG processes across the business in line with changing legislation and best practice.
  • Being responsible for managing and delivering KYC AML/CTF due diligence on relevant external third parties in accordance with defined procedures.
  • Being the ultimate adviser to the Group on complex AML/CTF questions.

Experience Required;
  • Demonstrable experience of working in AML/CTF and specifically experience as an MLRO/ deputy MLRO– within a gambling business.
  • Demonstrate passion about AML safety and constant improvement,
  • Strong experience in applying AML/CTF legislation, regulations, rules and guidance.
  • Ability to work independently, taking ownership of workload.
  • Full right to work in the UK and able to travel to Ireland on occasion.