Senior Compliance Officer

Join the Luminor team to build a contemporary and entrepreneurial organization!

Senior Compliance Officer

  • Job type: Permanent,
  • Location: Vilnius
  • Application deadline: 31/05/2019


Key responsibilities:

  • Effectively co-ordinate daily distribution of sanctions screening tasks to the designated team to ensure processing activities are performed according to internal Luminor standards; 
  • Proactively participate in the identification and assessment of sanctions compliance risks associated with the business activities, including development of sanctions controls in assigned areas of business;
  • Contribute to development and deployment of best practices to ensure sanctions risks are managed effectively;
  • Collaborate with other units to manage identified compliance gaps, issues and risks and to implement compliance action plans and recommendations;
  • Advise on sanctions requirements and best practices on various regulatory and business development projects: support with alignment, documentation, and implementation of changes and interpretation of regulatory requirements to the business;
  • Carry out sanctions compliance assurance and integrity reviews and tests;
  • Provide internal trainings on the relevant laws and regulations to Group Compliance and other structural units of the bank and entities within Luminor Group;
  • Report on regular basis and upon request to the direct manager and Chief Compliance Officer;
  • Contribute to the development of sound ethics and compliance culture in Luminor Group.

We offer to You:

  • A senior position in a modern Baltic bank;
  • Chance to work in cross-border team, make the impact and difference to the organization by applying best practices;
  • An excellent opportunity to grow personally and professionally while working with collaborative and passionate colleagues;
  • Attractive motivation package linked to your professional background and value you bring to the organization;
  • One of a lifetime chance to be a part of challenging build up new area and make the difference in Baltic financial sector.  

We expect from You:

  • Solid background and extensive experience (5+ years) in AML/CFT and Sanctions area;
  • High level of initiative, self-motivation, driving results with energy and “can do” attitude;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • High ethical standards, strong sense of responsibility and commitment to results;
  • Ability to independently manage one’s job and co-ordinate daily tasks and activities for processing team;
  • Advanced level of English, fluency at least in one of the Baltic languages is desired;
  • Professional Certification such as CAMS is strongly preferred.