Head of Financial Crime Manager & MLRO required for a brokerage that specialised in Commodities, FX, Equities and Fixed Income.
Responsibilities of the MLRO include:
- Report to the Board, Compliance Director, including an annual MLRO report to the Board
- Design, develop and implement a financial crime strategy across the business Manage and lead the financial crime onboarding team
- Chair and run the Financial Crime Committee as well as delivering monthly management information report which summarises any issues, control weaknesses and plans for resolution
- As the MLRO, ensure all financial crime obligations are met
- Implement and design a periodic review process for high risk clients to be conducted annually
- Oversee and implement a financial crime framework that includes fraud, ABC controls, tax evasion and CTF controls
- Ensure appropriate policies and procedures and risk documents in relation to financial crime are established and implemented across the business
- Liaise with audit and compliance monitoring as appropriate and ensure any control gaps are successfully resolved and mitigated
- Deliver quarterly AML and financial crime MI to the Board and also annually through the annual MLRO report, and to the FCA as required
- Oversee and manage the AML screening controls for sanctions, PEPs and adverse media
- Investigate, review and approve all PEP related relationships including high risk PEPs, corporates owned or controlled by PEPs and State Owned Entities
- Provide AML and financial crime compliance advice to the business and management
- MLRO to manage the firms financial crime systems and controls to identify, assess, monitor and manage money laundering risk
- Investigate SAR transactions flagged as suspicious and submit to NCA and ensure trend analysis is conducted and shared with the Board
- MLRO is required to ensure all employees complete their regulatory training annually including financial crime
With over a 100 years of history in London, the firm is a leader in the futures industry providing clearing and brokerage services into all major investment markets. Headquartered in London, they are supported by a network of sister companies around the globe. They clear over 180 million derivatives contracts a year on behalf of banks, institutional investors, corporates, trade clients, and high net worth individuals.
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