Associate - Compliance - Ireland

Company Overview

Centaur is seeking an energetic and ambitious individual who is interested in furthering their career in an entrepreneurial environment with an experienced management team. This role calls for a professional who is enthusiastic to be part of a team that will help Centaur continue its progression to becoming a leading service provider.

Centaur is a specialist alternative investment fund administrator founded in 2009 which provides its services to high profile investment funds. Centaur has a strong pipeline of new business and expects its growth to continue. Centaur’s ethos is focused entirely on the quality of service and accountability it can offer its clients.

Role Description

The successful candidate will work as part of the Group Compliance team, with a focus on the following responsibilities:

  • Performing Anti Money Laundering (AML) due diligence on new clients as part of the new business onboarding process
  • Communicating with clients to ensure that appropriate due diligence documentation has been obtained in a timely manner
  • Performing ongoing periodic risk assessments and due diligence reviews on existing clients
  • Maintaining all client due diligence records in relevant systems in line with internal policies and procedures
  • Assisting management by providing accurate client AML compliance and risk data for management, board and regulatory reporting purposes
  • Assisting management to develop and maintain compliance related procedure documents
  • Assisting management to monitor the completion of AML compliance related training by employees in the business
  • Assisting the internal audit function with AML related review and testing exercises. Monitoring closure of gaps or corrective actions identified
  • Maintaining and reviewing all relevant compliance registers/logs, as required
  • Providing such support as may be necessary, to the team, management and Centaur Group to secure and monitor compliance with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements

Experience and Qualifications

The successful candidate will possess the following experience, qualifications and skills:

  • A university degree (B.A./ B.Sc./ M.B.A.) in a business related discipline
  • Experience in or an understanding of AML regulations and performing AML due diligence
  • Ability to understand and interpret regulatory requirements
  • A good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently with a desire to deliver quality and strong attention to detail
  • Effective communication skills

To apply please send a cover letter and C.V to

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