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Head of Compliance VAC-19078N


Job Overview

Our client is a CySEC regulated FX Broker and they are looking for a Head of Compliance to join their team based at their head office in Limassol.

Implement an effective legal compliance program.
Review and Develop company Policies
Giving advice to the Management Team regarding the updated regulations through detailed reports.
Creating an effective action plan in response to audit notes and compliance violations purposes.
Supervising and coordinating all AML, Due diligence and KYC procedures
Performing inhouse audit company procedures, practices, and documents to identify risk.
Ensuring that all employees are trained on the latest regulations and processes.
Responding to all compliance enquiries
Performing regular monitoring to ensure that standards are adhered
Prepares applications, notifications and records updates for the Cyprus Securities & Exchange Commission (CySEC)
Being responsible that the firm fulfils their annual obligations and licence conditions
Acting as the liaison between the Company and external law firms.
Review Company’s marketing & promotional material, providing feedback, guidance, corrections and internal advice.
Performing internal investigation and evidence-gathering to support legal procedures.
Providing detailed situation reports and updates to BOD on all matters being handled.
Conducting risk assessments, threat exposure assessments in order to issue alerts and advise on course of action.

Legal academic background
Fluent in English and Greek both oral and writing.
Outstanding Legal English writing skills.
Deep understanding of CySEC regulations
Excellent knowledge of EU and international law.
Experience in the Forex industry is a must. (A minimum of two years in similar position)
CySEC Advanced Certificate & AML Certificate

Salary based on skills and experience

To apply for this vacancy please send an English version of your CV to with subject: Head of Compliance VAC-19078N

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