MLRO, Risk and Compliance Services
Luxembourg, LUX
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Job summary

This position will be responsible for the coverage of payments second line of defence compliance that apply to all activity of Amazon Payments Europe (APE).

This role operates within the Risk and Compliance Services (RCS) function, reporting to APE's Chief Compliance Officer (CCO).

It has authority to mitigate regulatory and legal risk and to provide Financial Crime-related guidance for our EU entity

This role supports the CCO in the development and maintenance of a compliant and effective risk-proportionate financial crime framework across Amazon Payments Europe, as well as being responsible for several key aspects of the financial crime programme.

The focus will be on payments financial crime compliance. The MLRO will own and maintain AML and Compliance company policies including the Anti-Money Laundering Policy, and other Compliance and financial crime policies.

Key job responsibilities

  • To assist the Chief Compliance Officer in ensuring Amazon operates in accordance with all legal and regulatory requirements in and Amazon standards relating to Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing, Anti Bribery, Criminal Financing and Fraud.
  • Producing relevant MLRO reports. These include monthly Management updates on Financial Crime and ongoing monitoring of relevant developments both internally and externally (e.
  • g. new products, risks, regulations etc.).

  • To act as the Financial Crime point of contact for risk assessments being conducted on any new products or current products with a material change.
  • Enhancing our oversight mechanisms and metrics for financial crime oversight of the second line compliance team.
  • To own and continually refine the second line oversight and monitoring of the control framework covering financial crime surveillance technology for customer screening, and transaction monitoring and reporting.
  • To define the appropriate lists and rules to be used to screen customers and monitor transactions for suspicious activity.
  • To review management information and data reports, perform trend analysis and identify risks and issues. Pro-actively manage financial and economic crime risks.
  • Advise on Compliance and AML / CTF Policy interpretation and working with the Business to resolve significant breaches and violations of such policies, and external reporting when required.
  • Oversee and conduct ongoing training to Business team members, the Board Directors to reinforce the importance of the RCS financial crime compliance program and the applicability of the RCS policies and procedures, and the three lines of defence model for managing financial crime risk.
  • To manage a small technical team charged with providing management information, reporting, analytics, and system support.
  • Provide thought leadership & executive challenge on Financial Crime Prevention, thereby ensuring high profile, focus and a robust control environment.
  • To lead and manage Financial Crime Prevention projects and initiatives, developing and implementing clear and measurable plans that ensure the business is provided with appropriate guidance to meet its financial crime obligations.
  • To act as a senior manager within the EMEA RCS Financial Crime team. This will include support with the wider financial crime agenda and ad hoc tasks not defined within this job description as required by business priorities.
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