Due Diligence Advisor, Belfast

Reference:

MC184DDA

Sector:

Legal & Compliance, Finance & Accounting

Salary:

£20,000 to £25,000 Per Annum

Town/City:

Belfast

Contract Type:

Permanent

MPA Recruitment has been appointed by a leading Financial Services firm in Belfast to source a Due Diligence Advisor to join their team. You will be joining an international business providing services to clients around the world and will be working as part of a team providing the AML/KYC and FATCA service.

You will be responsible for collating necessary AML/KYC documentation in accordance with local regulatory requirements; conducting screening on new clients, fund managers, and limited partners; completing risk assessment reviews and ongoing monitoring; and providing advice and guidance to colleagues and clients regarding AML and/or FATCA.

You will assist clients with preparation for audits and regulatory inspections; advise clients and internal teams on specific FATCA reporting requirements and assist clients and internal teams in finalising FATCA reporting processes and formats. You will also assist in identifying ways of improving the efficiency and minimising the risk to the business in relation to any assigned regulatory services.

You should have a minimum of one year experience in a CDD/AML role, including practical knowledge and experience of AML/CDD requirements. You will be an organised individual with good communication skills with Clients, Senior Management and other colleagues.

You will be joining a business which actively promotes personal development; providing the opportunity to progress and enhance your professional and technical knowledge. You will receive a competitive salary and benefits package.

I am keen to have an initial discussion with anyone who feels this could potentially be of interest. Please contact Mark Canning, Business Manager at MPA Recruitment on +44 (0)28 7136 0070 or send an up to date CV via the link provided to speak further about this opportunity.

All conversations will be treated in the strictest of confidence.