Compliance Officer


Compliance Officer

Salary Not Specified

Moneyfarm, City of Westminster

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 1 week ago, 15 May | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 11ee53e1df7e45cd84a68521ee368c9a

Full Job Description

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced compliance officer, looking to progress to the next level who is looking to work in a fast-paced FinTech start-up. As part of the Risk & Compliance team, reporting to the Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, you will be responsible for ensuring that Moneyfarm and Profile Pensions meet their day to day regulatory responsibilities As part of the Risk Management Function, you will work closely with colleagues to make sure that all regulatory risks are identified, assessed, measured, managed and mitigated where possible.,

  • Supporting the 1st Line of Defence in embedding best practice in relation to MI and Governance by providing insightful recommendations.

  • Identifying, assessing, measuring and managing all regulatory risks to which the firm is exposed;

  • Assisting the business by providing advice, answering questions and responding to requests.

  • Evaluating the impact of material changes or exceptional transactions on the firm's institution's and group's risk profile;

  • Monitoring regulations and regulatory change as well as industry best practice and updating our Horizon Scanning tracker as appropriate.

  • Producing Board risk and compliance reports on a quarterly basis as well as ad-hoc risk reporting;

  • Supporting the Chief Risk & Compliance Officer with the rollout of education and training to improve compliance awareness, incident reporting and drive cultural change among staff and senior management;

  • Enhancing compliance department and organisation reputation through exceptional delivery and by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests

    minimum experience of 3-5 years in a similar role gained working for financial institutions;

  • excellent verbal and written communication skills required to build relationships with Functions management and senior management;

  • strong analytical and organisational skills;

  • ability to influence, to negotiate, to conceptualise issues and translate into solutions.

  • proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

    We're a pan-European digital wealth manager with 128.000 active investors (growing fast!) and over £3.5 billion invested on our platform. With 170+ people across 4 offices in Italy and the UK, we're supported and funded by Poste Italiane, Cabot Square Capital and Allianz.

  • We started in 2011 in Milan with a simple vision - to help more people improve their financial well-being by making personal investing straightforward and accessible through technology. Fast forward a few years, and we're known as one of the most innovative fintechs headquartered in the heart of London.


    To provide investment solutions and advice to protect and grow client wealth through time.

    Our Core Values:

    We've built our business on three Principles:
  • Relationships are our first asset: We're one team, built on trust, honesty and transparency. We value our relationships above all else.

  • Trust drives success: We give each other the space to grow. We empower our employees to succeed, so they can make a real impact.

  • Our customers dream big, just like us: We see the bigger picture and we make sure our customers see it, too. We're always focused on the best outcomes for our clients and for each other, no matter what the goal, or how big the dream.

  • What this means in practice:

    At Moneyfarm, diversity is the foundation of our competitive advantage. We value our employees for who they are - their backgrounds, experiences, talents, knowledge and individual differences. This is what makes us better at what we do. To accommodate our different needs and commitments, we offer flexible working to all. Our individual impact and output is what counts most.