TORONTO, CANADA • REMOTE POSSIBLE
Coinchange Financials (CCF) was born with one mission, to change the day-to-day financial aspects of people's lives. We have a flawless solid idea, and we are building it. Our mission is to bridge the gap between the traditional finance and blockchain technologies in a safe, convenient, and profitable way. We are a small team effectively reshaping how people look at the industry. CCF needs people who possess a passion and energy for the fintech industry and want to play an integral part in helping us accomplish this mission.
We are looking to hire a Compliance Analyst, who is a specialist in operational compliance (KYC/Client Onboarding/AML Screening) and will help us support the growth of North American Operations and continued commitment to the highest standards of regulatory and financial crime compliance.
Compliance Analyst Responsibilities:
Handle, review and verify all applications for client onboarding.
Perform an effective 4 eye customer due diligence process.
Monitoring and documentation of unusual activity or AML flags.
Good proficiency in conducting risk assessments, periodic/trigger reviews and enhanced due diligence.
Proficiency in compliance applications and programs such as Jumio, Chainanalysis and Fireblocks.
Collaborate with external partners to support CCF compliance program.
Acting as an owner of workflow processes.
Manage AML related internal and external audits, including audit request management.
Manage and update periodically AML/OFAC/ABC risk assessments, including regular review of applicable methodology of sufficiency in light of any changes to the business or regulatory landscape.
Bachelor's degree in Law/MBA or related field from an accredited institution.
Possessing the following accreditation CIPP, CBP, FIS, CAMS
Knowledgeable of North American AML legislation, virtual currency regulations, and other relevant regulation.
Minimum 2 to 3 years in a risk, fraud, compliance, legal or regulatory functions.
Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment.
Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to provide useful and efficient counsel.
Good knowledge of Canadian and US AML legislation.