Compliance Officer - Guernsey

Alter Domus
Customised compensation structure
21 Sep 2021
06 Oct 2021
Contract type
Full time
Experience level
Qualified accountant

For our successful, growing Guernsey office, we are currently looking for an Officer to join our Compliance Team. We offer a dynamic, and international corporate atmosphere as well as the benefit of customized training adapted to your needs throughout your career.

Job description:

As an Officer, you will be working within a small team and collectively be responsible for the compliance services to our local clients. You will be assigned a mentor and your team will introduce you to our team, systems and policies as well as provide a robust training programme for your development.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Support the investor on boarding process;
  • Undertake investor AML and client AML reviews;
  • Update Alter Domus systems and records in respect of the controllers, beneficial owners and other relevant connected parties associated with client structures;
  • Perform research and searches on specific parties as relevant to clients and investors;
  • Assist with the reconciliation of key databases as maintained by Alter Domus;
  • Undertake the preparation of statistical data for compliance reporting purposes;
  • Perform testing as part of the Alter Domus’ Compliance Monitoring Program, and draft findings and reports associated with the outcome of this testing;
  • Undertake any other ad hoc compliance projects / testing required;
  • Generally contribute to the general operation of the compliance team and its interaction with Alter Domus staff, clients and third parties;
  • Adhere to all relevant policies and procedure.

Your profile:

  • Most importantly, have a passion for your role and for building relationships through teamwork and high standards of service;
  • Be eager to develop their technical knowledge through internal support and training, and be interested to supplement this with external professional training / relevant qualification in due course;
  • Have an interest in the finance industry – some finance experience is preferred but not essential as we will structure the role and responsibilities around the successful candidate including appropriate training, however a genuine interest in compliance and financial crime is key;
  • Have solid organisational skills and be able to learn quickly;
  • Be ambitious, a good communicator with a high level of energy and commitment;
  • Have the ability to work under pressure and meet a range of deadlines;
  • Have high level of OT literacy.

For further information, and to apply, please visit our website via the “Apply” button below.

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