Money Laundering Reporting Officer (AML)


<div class="content-intro"><p>Boku Inc. (BOKU.L) is the leading global provider of local mobile-first payments solutions. Global brands including Apple, Amazon, DAZN, Meta, Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Sony, Spotify, and Tencent rely on Boku to reach millions of new paying consumers who do not use credit cards with our purpose-built payment network of more than 250 local payment methods that reach 7 billion accounts across 65 countries. Every year, Boku processes over $9 billion in value for our customers. Incorporated in 2008, Boku is headquartered in London and San Francisco and has employees in over 39 countries around the world, including Brazil, China, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Singapore, and the UAE. Boku is a truly global company that takes pride in its diversity and thriving equal opportunity workplace.</p></div><p><strong>About the Role:</strong></p><p>This role will be based in Ireland and report to the Boku IE COO. The successful candidate will lead the enhancement of the governance framework with focus on AML and act as the MLRO at Boku IE, as the business continues to develop and innovate. Day-to-day responsibilities include:</p><ul><li>Act as the Company MLRO</li><li>Create, review and oversee implementation of AML Policy.</li><li>Implement the 3 line of defence framework</li><li>Provide regular AML training and awareness to employees via an e-learning platform.</li><li>Manage systems and tools that facilitate the process (e.g. Creditsafe).</li><li>Screen new tools on a need base.</li><li>Map AML requirements for each jurisdiction</li><li>Contribute to external stakeholder reporting as needed, for example to the Annual Report.</li><li>Support the Group Head of Risk and Compliance to ensure relevant processes, controls and frameworks are audited.</li><li>Establish positive working relationships with relevant regulators with an interest in Boku IE’s business, for example, CBI, telecoms authorities, etc.</li><li>Stay up to date with any local AML laws and regulatory changes and ensure those requirements are properly presented in the internal company policies and procedures.</li></ul><p> </p><p><strong>Essential Skills and Experience</strong></p><ul><li>Educated to degree level and/or relevant professional AML, risk and compliance qualification.</li><li>Experience of implementing AML frameworks across the telecoms and/or banking sectors.</li><li>Strong interpersonal skills and track record of positive stakeholder management with individuals from a variety of backgrounds and business cultures.</li><li>Pragmatic and commercial approach to problem solving.</li><li>Ability to work effectively in a fast-changing business environment.</li><li>Able to translate regulatory requirements into workable business solutions.</li></ul><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Desirable experience</strong></p><ul><li>Previous in-house experience in a technology-led environment.</li><li>Previous exposure to the payments industry.</li></ul>

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