JDX was formed in 2012 in the belief our clients need an intelligent, outcomes-focused, business partner committed to delivering exceptional client satisfaction.
Today our strategy and culture remain true to that entrepreneurial spirit. Our purpose is to create opportunities for our clients, and our people, by providing high-value, hands-on integrated, strategic and practical consultancy services to the financial global markets.
Our desire to succeed is fuelled by the knowledge, energy, enthusiasm, and integrity of our staff and under-scored by a proactive equal opportunity approach.
Focused recruitment, training and mentorship ensures that JDXers not only have the technical expertise our clients would expect from a global consultancy but great communication skills and the trade mark JDX can do' attitude.
Our ability to resolve the most complex of strategic business challenges and also quickly provide skilled support for large-scale tactical operations enables us to serve the entire financial service ecosystem - from corporate and investment banks, to fund managers and insurers through to capital market intermediaries and the breakthrough fintechs.
Headquartered in London, with seven offices across Europe, the US and Asia Pacific, JDX employs over 650 people and most recently was recognised by The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 2018 as one of UK's fastest growing companies.
JDX values were established and are lived by JDXers. The JDX Values drive our unique culture and support our strategy. They are :
Honesty and Integrity
Assist with the business and Relationship Managers in obtaining updated information and documentation required to meet legal and regulatory money laundering / terrorist financing requirements along with internal KYC requirements.
Research clients from all corners of the globe to make sure the bank would not be liable for dealings with those working in terroristic organisations or criminal activity related to the laundering of funds.
Analysis of documentation for high risk clients, focusing on legal entities such as SPVs, Trusts, Foundations, financial institutions and listed corporate clients.
Engage with clients such as the above, in order to undertake due diligence and provide a clearer understanding of regulatory requirements.
Conduct due diligence on both foreign and domestic entities to ascertain data points such as ownership and control to identify all ultimate beneficiaries, legal representatives and possible PEP’s.
Perform Screening for PEPS and Adverse Media; vetting the positive and false positive hits and recording the information in relevant places for on-going monitoring.
Liaise with Relationship Managers to obtain documents not publically available or to mitigate screening hits with not enough information to discount.
Enrich existing incomplete KYC records in accordance with corporate policy and standards.
Responsible for identifying data conflicts and remediating to the standard.
Liaise with internal clients to fully understand data content and ensure alignment.
Notify relevant persons of customer profile changes i.e profiles requiring deactivation, name changes, risk rating changes.
Minimum Requirements :
Applicants should ideally have most or all of the following :
Ideally minimum of 1 year relevant experience within the financial services industry in a role involving KYC
Experience in handling and understanding large amounts of complex data
Some knowledge of different technology and software solutions in data, management and analysis
Experience in cleansing, analysing and summarising data
Compliance qualification is an advantage
Strong research and analytical skills
Ability to work independently and also to liaise with other departments
Data analysis and research
Familiar with various research methodologies and resources
Understanding risk and compliance
Very strong teamwork skills
Excellent knowledge of MS Office Suite, strong Excel skills essential
Good interpersonal skills
Must have good planning and time management / prioritization skills