Senior Sanctions Advisory

Compliance, London

Senior Sanctions Advisory

Compliance, London

Ebury is a FinTech: we apply new technologies to enhance and automate financial services and processes, allowing small and medium-sized businesses to trade and transact internationally by eliminating boundaries related to more traditional procedures. 

Founded in 2009 as a start-up, today we are positioned among the fastest-growing companies in the sector and have even reached Unicorn Status! Headquartered in London, we have more than 1000 multicultural staff from 50+ nationalities (and counting!) working across more than 27 offices worldwide and serving more than 45,000 clients every day. 

Hard work pays off: Ebury has just received a £350 million investment from Banco Santander and won over 20 internationally recognised awards such as the Growing Business of the Year 2019: Larger Company (Turnover £50m+) and Financial Times: 1000 Europe's Fastest-Growing Companies (which we have been awarded twice: 2017 and 2019!).

But none of this would have been possible without what we’re most proud of: our great community. Young, disruptive and collaborative teams, always ready to innovate and revolutionize the fast-paced Fintech dimension. 

Ready to join the revolution?

The role sits within the FCC Sanctions Advisory team and reports into the Head of Sanctions Advisory.

Responsibilities include:

  • To be the main point of contact for the Sanctions Advisory team, advising and providing guidance on client reviews, transactions and sanctions policy matters
  • Be able to confidently ascertain whether sanctions exposure is in line with the policy and regulations that Ebury complies with
  • Take ownership in collating and reporting sanctions MI and drive forward various policy and procedural initiatives related to the sanctions compliance framework
  • Liaise with key senior stakeholders on sanctions projects and issues that have arisen
  • Develop and deliver sanctions training across the first line and second line teams

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Minimum 2-3 years experience working in a sanctions advisory function preferably at a Fintech 
  • Strong knowledge of UN, EU, UK and US sanctions
  • Broad understanding of financial crime risk such as AML/CTF and ABC
  • Can manage stakeholders effectively whilst building a rapport with various departments in the organisation
  • Can adjust to a fast-paced working environment and be able to work independently

Interested?

Apply today to change the FinTech Industry