Money Laundering Reporting Officer


This is an exciting full-time opportunity for a motivated and experienced Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) to join our compliance function. You will play a pivotal role in ensuring regulatory compliance and safeguarding Skipton International's financial integrity.

Required Skills

  • Minimum 4 years in compliance or working within a financial services regulator for minimum 2 years.
  • Previous experience in a regulated financial firm as Compliance Officer or MLRO.
  • Proficiency in liaising with the regulators and managing Suspicious Activity Review (SAR) process.

Key Responsibilities

  • Perform the role of MLRO for Skipton, acting as a focal point for colleagues and stake holders to escalate suspicions of terrorist financing, proliferation financing or money laundering activities and to manage AML/CFT/PF risks.
  • Establish, review, implement and maintain effective policies, procedures, systems, and controls with all applicable compliance and AML/TF/PF regulations and Skipton’s standards.
  • Provide regular independent updates to Skipton’s Board of Directors.
  • Identify, assess, and implement all relevant legal and regulatory developments in line with the GFSC and JFSC Handbooks and National Risk Assessments.
  • Own revisions and submissions of the Business Risk Assessment to Skipton’s Board in a timely manner.
  • Establish and maintain an appropriate compliance and AML training programme and adequate awareness arrangements for colleagues.

Register your interest

Register your interest below or contact a member of our HR team, addressing Annette Wales, HR Manager,, or call 01481 730730 for our People Services Team.

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Diversity and inclusion are a priority for us. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, neurodiversity, age, family or parental status, carer status, beliefs, nationalities and religions - supporting an inclusive environment for all our colleagues to bring their true selves to Skipton.

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