Financial Crime MI, Data and Governance Manager

Compliance, London

Financial Crime MI, Data and Governance Manager

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 startup, 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!).

Ready to join the revolution?

ROLE DESCRIPTION:

  • Coordinate and prepare the Financial Crime MI meeting packs to be presented to the Board, Executive and regional Financial Crime Compliance committees. 
  • Understand content sources, data flows and reporting deadlines for all packs for the purposes of: 
  • Efficient MI pack planning, collation, and presentation at the various committees, o enhancing focus and content of MI reporting to meet the evolving governance and local regulatory reporting needs of the regional subsidiaries. 
  • Coordination and preparation of supporting papers, coordinate the terms of reference, agenda and meeting dates, prepare and distribute FCEC minutes and actions. 
  • Lead/coordinate Financial Crime related actions to closure. 
  • Coordinate the annual metrics and tolerances review. 
  • Coordinate periodic MI data quality management reviews and take ownership of tracking any remediation to closure. 
  • Coordinate internal and external information and communications, ensuring messaging align with Group Financial Crime Compliance strategy. 
  • Participate in financial crime meetings or presentations, which often include senior executives. 
  • Take an active role in knowledge sharing, thought leadership and development to ensure you remain abreast of emerging trends. 
  • Keep up to date on Financial Crime regulation to ensure policies, reporting, and governance remains current and in line with the regulation and industry-standard good practice. 
  • Support the development and maintenance of the client’s Financial Crime policies, procedures, and governance framework.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

  • Significant experience of working in financial crime roles, specifically within the financial services sector. 
  • Proficient in Google Workspace and performing data analysis to create MI reports in a financial crime context. 
  • A Financial Crime Risk background is essential, with corporate governance code experience preferred. 
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship management skills – confidence in engaging with, challenging, and presenting work to, senior management. 
  • Proven track record of analysing extensive documentation and complex information to draw out key messages/conclusions and prepare high-quality management information reporting. 
  • Ability to deal with a high degree of change. 
  • Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines. 
  • Ability to initiate process improvement and willingness to find new tools/methods to supplement our current resources. 
  • Owing to the growth aspirations of the company, department and team, project/change management exposure is required. A recognised project management qualification is preferable.

Interested?

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