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Assistant Vice President - Compliance - Ireland

Company Overview

The Compliance function provides Compliance services to the Centaur group. Centaur performs regulated activities in Ireland, Bermuda, Cayman and Luxembourg. Centaur also provides fund services to clients that are based and regulated in other jurisdictions. The Group Compliance function operates from Dublin, Ireland where this role will be based.

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:

  • Assist in the management of Centaur’s compliance with applicable regulatory requirements
  • Assist with the design and management of ongoing maintenance of all compliance related
    policy and procedure manuals
  • Design and deliver compliance awareness and training within the business
  • Contribute to the review of client documentation where required to ensure Centaur’s
    compliance obligations are met
  • Oversee and perform ongoing compliance monitoring activities and formal compliance
    reviews and testing
  • Oversee and perform client due diligence (onboarding and ongoing), globally
  • Assist in the management of all compliance processes and deliverables
  • Assist with the coordination and compilation of all compliance reporting to senior
    management teams and boards of directors
  • Deliver accurate and timely submission of regulatory filings and/or reports on behalf of each
    regulated Centaur entity to applicable regulatory bodies
  • Attend client and other external meetings as Compliance representative for the business and
    contribute to all due diligence reviews in respect of compliance matters
  • Perform the role of Deputy Money Laundering Reporting Officer (DMLRO)
  • Support the function to keep abreast of regulatory developments impacting the business
  • Advise on compliance and regulatory matters within the business
  • Assist with recruitment, staff development, resource allocation, workload, project and
    people management.
  • Represent the compliance function on external and internal working groups and
    committees, where required

Experience and Qualifications

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

  • University degree – Business / Law / Governance
  • A minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in financial service with compliance exposure
  • Understanding of regulatory requirements impacting fund administration firms, in particular anti-money laundering regulations
  • Experience in managing/coaching staff and workloads
  • Experiencing with projects / compliance and monitoring programs
  • Experience in or exposure alternative, offshore fund administration
  • An understanding of international regulatory regimes (e.g. Bermuda, Cayman, Luxembourg)
  • Compliance qualification (e.g. ACOI) and/or a willingness to gain such qualifications
  • Strong leadership and influencing skills
  • Sound project management skills
  • Consistent attention to detail
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with colleagues and stakeholders at all levels
  • Willingness to take on new challenges and assume ownership
  • Ability to use initiative and contribute to continuous improvement
  • A desire to work and develop with an innovative ambitious team
  • Ability to work independently and to manage time, priorities and workload efficiently
  • Desire to deliver quality results

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

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