About The Role
We are now looking for Client Due Diligence Analyst to join the Compliance Team, based in our Hereford Head Office.
Your new role:
You will join a professional and dedicated team, who pride themselves on ensuring that the business remains compliant to all regulatory, statutory and industry standards.
Reporting to Head of Compliance, as Client Due Diligence Analyst you will be responsible for the administration, completion, and ongoing monitoring of allpay’s client and supplier due diligence, including reviewing and evaluating issues/concerns relating to our clients and suppliers.
The Client Due Diligence Analyst position supports the Board of Directors, management, and employees to achieve and maintain compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory bodies, ensure that company policies and procedures are being followed and develop a culture within allpay that meets industry and company required standards of conduct.
Some of your other key responsibilities will include:
Using our Risk Assessment Framework, review the client profile against the product requested and identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk in relation to ongoing client activity.
Maintain comprehensive financial crime procedures and records which meet business and regulatory reporting requirements and ensure compliance in relation to Fraud, Anti Money Laundering and Data Protection Act requirements.
Liaise with external bodies, as required, including Financial Conduct Authority, the Police, and the National Crime Agency.
Support new initiatives and business changes to ensure AML (Anti Money Laundering) /TCF and all regulatory/statutory compliance requirements are built into the design of systems, products, processes, and initiatives and support their implementation.
Could this be the ideal role for you?
As our ideal candidate, above all, you will act with integrity.
You will be curious enough to constantly look for ways in how the processes can be improved.
You will work collaboratively, and communicate well to build effective business relationships both, company-wide, and with external organisations and stakeholders.
You will be an efficient user of Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Word, and Outlook. In addition, an ability to quickly learn and use in-house computer software will be essential.
You will take pride in your work and that of your colleagues, and always act in a respectful, friendly, and courteous manner.
Finally, excellent attention to detail, ability to maintain accurate records, problem solving skills and ability to multitask and work well under pressure is a must to be successful in this role.
If you feel you have the experiences and drive to excel as our Client Due Diligence Analyst role, we would love to hear from you.
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