COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between the East and the West, with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia, Lithuania, the UK and the US. Paywiser offers 360 Payment Eco- System, covering Acquiring (eComm and POS Solution), Issuing (Debit and Pre-Paid Cards), Open Banking Solution, Global Settlement and White-labelling of Wallets and Infrastructure.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The role is primarily divided between two functions, Client Due Diligence and Conflicts Clearance.

1. Client Due Diligence
  •  Performing KYC due diligence for new and existing clients
  • Reviewing clients’ incoming documents and researching clients using Paywiser’ssystems or public sources to meet our regulatory requirements on Client DueDiligence (CDD)
  • Communicating clearly with the Partnership what may be required of Clients to fulfil said requirements Advising on CDD requirements for our overseas offices based on the local laws and regulations
  • Using screening tools to carry out risk assessments at client inception and also when  CDD records are updated to see whether the client presents a higher than usual risk  of money laundering
  • Carrying out research to establish whether there is any adverse press about a prospective client and assessing its relevance
  • Carrying out searches to identify whether a client is a politically exposed person and  preparing emails for Compliance / Senior Management’s approval
  • Carrying out research on the source of wealth and funds and assisting with advice on this to the partners and fee-earners
  • Being an active risk manager, recognize the factors that impact client risk rating and due diligence requirements
  • Filing appropriately and diligently so that centralised records of client approvals are maintained
  • Escalating issues or concerns to management, compliance, and the business in an effective manner
  • Working cross-functionally with internal teams to discuss changes or updates to Paywiser’s KYC/AML requirements, policy, and procedure
  • Handling sensitive and confidential information in accordance with Paywiser’s policy
2. Conflicts Clearance
  • Carrying out conflicts searches using data submitted by partners and other customers
  • Reporting back to the partners / customers on the results of the search Identifying potential conflicts issues and escalating them to more senior members of theCompliance team within Paywiser Ad Hoc Assistance
  • Assisting partners and other business services colleagues on frequently asked questions relating to billing and file opening
  • Assisting the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) with research surrounding suspicious activity reports
  • Acting as a subject-matter expert to provide training / workshops on onboarding issues (e.g. AML / Conflicts) to local and overseas colleagues
  • Providing improvement / enhancement ideas on existing processes / systems
  • Any other job functions as assigned by the management from time to time.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
  • Degree holder in any disciplines
  • Experience in conflicts of interest checking and/or AML checking
  • Excellent research, analytical, and critical reasoning skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to interact and work closely with business stakeholders at all levels of seniority
  • Self-motivator, able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Team player, don’t afraid to speak up and share solutions and ideas for improvement
  • Able to perform multitasking, good organisation, problem-solving and time-managementskills with a strong sense of responsibility, commitment, and discipline
  • Agile learner with continuous improvement mindset
  • Multilingual in speaking, reading, and writing: English is mandatory plus at least one ofthese languages – Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Slovenian

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between the East and the West, with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia, Lithuania, the UK and the US. Paywiser offers 360 Payment Eco-System, covering Acquiring (eComm and POS Solution), Issuing (Debit and Pre-Paid Cards), Open Banking Solution, Global Settlement and White-labelling of Wallets and Infrastructure.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The candidate should have a strong technical background (experience working in Payment Gateway / Card Payments / Financial Services space will be a plus), should be a thought leader, have exceptional organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills and be an analytical and structured thinker.
  • The right candidate should possess a strong Technical Product Management background, with demonstrated expertise in contributing to cross-functional projects.
  • The candidate must have demonstrated excellence as Technical Product Manager in the payments, internet or related industries. The successful candidate must be a hands-on person with proven ability to engage in high bandwidth conversations with both business and technology executives.
  • This individual must be highly effective working both independently and in cross-functional capacities to identify, define, analyze, prioritize and refine technology requirements across all categories.
  • Successful candidates will be skilled at forging strong partnerships with business sponsors, product owners, architects, and developers to define feature sets, story maps, detailed user stories (functional and non-functional) to support the development process. This function will address bottlenecks, provide escalation management, anticipate and make tradeoffs, balance the business needs versus technical constraints to maximize business benefit.

This role will also partner with the cross-functional leadership team to help define the roadmap priorities and ensure that it remains aligned with the broader strategy and priorities. This individual will foster innovation, collaboration, leverage new technologies and champion impactful change to build Visa’s technology brand through internal and external initiatives. ​

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • 4+ yrs of Fullstack development experience
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively adapt to changing technology
  • Understanding of RESTful APIs – both building and consuming
  • Experience with PHP and a PHP MVC framework
  • Experience with JavaScript
  • Understanding and experience building responsive interfaces with HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap
  • Experience with React, VueJs (or other front-end frameworks) a bonus
  • Experience with Linux environments and using the shell
  • Experience with Python
  • Experience with MySQL, DB2, or other RDBMS
  • Experience writing tests (unit, functional, etc.), and using testing frameworks
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Attitude toward getting things done while maintaining regard for code quality
  • Demonstrated ability to take ownership of initiatives and comfortable seeking help
  • Comfortable tackling new problems and learning along the way
  • Solid communication skills
  • Fluent in English and Chinese are required. Additional languages, such as Japanese  are a plus.

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Act as an Approved Person for the prevention of money laundering;

Develop and maintain the firm’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) policy in line with evolving statutory and regulatory obligations;

Support and coordinate management focus on the money laundering risk in individual business areas;

Assist management in developing and maintaining an effective anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) compliance culture;

Ensure that the firm’s risk management policies, risk assessment profile and their application are adequately documented;

In consultation with management, create and maintain the money laundering risk- based approach and the risk assessment of the firm’s customers, products and services;

Establish and maintain appropriate risk-based monitoring processes that are proportionate to the firm’s operations’ scale, nature, and complexity;

Develop internal procedures in line with the requirements of the legislation and the relevant industry guidance;

Document the firm’s risk-based strategies and the basis for the risk assessment and monitoring process;

Ensure all internal suspicious activity reports (SAR) received are investigated without delay;

Ensure that a SAR is submitted to the relevant law enforcement agency regarding all suspicions that have substance;

Ensure that all staff are aware of their personal obligations and the firm’s policies and procedures and that the basis for the firm’s risk-based approach is understood and applied;

Ensure that staff comply with the stated policy and monitor operations and development of the policy to this end;

Ensure that all relevant staff are adequately trained in money laundering and terrorist finance prevention, that the standards and scope of the training are appropriate, and that appropriate training records are kept;

Regularly review the effectiveness of money laundering compliance policies and procedures to prevent money laundering and counter the financing of terrorism;

Provide management information as necessary, including an Annual Report each year for the Board and senior management on the firm’s compliance with its obligations;

Make recommendations for action to remedy any deficiencies in policies, procedures, systems or controls and follow up on those recommendations;

Represent the firm to all external agencies, e.g. regulators or law enforcement agencies, and in any other third-party enquiries related to money laundering prevention, investigation or compliance;

Remain aware of any relevant sanctions, prohibitions or advisory notices. Also, if necessary, advise management and relevant staff of the names of any individuals and institutions on the sanctions list;

Promptly respond to any reasonable request for information from the regulator and/or law enforcement agencies.

 
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor degree in Law, Accounting, or related disciplines. Master degree preferred;

At least 5 years of experience in the same capacity in the Finance/Fintech Sector

Have excellent knowledge on and understanding of the legal and regulatory requirements in the UK and EU;

Be able to apply his/her knowledge to practical solutions and be pragmatic in making recommendations so as to cater for both the regulatory requirements and the needs of the business;

Be able to communicate effectively at all levels, including the regulators, and be able to explain the impact and implications of regulation on the business both in writing and in person;

Be able to analyze information and investigate solutions to ensure that appropriate procedures are formulated;

Be able to deal with staff at all levels and influence policy and decision making at the highest level and ensure that it reflects compliance requirements;

Manage a team of compliance – based projects;

Be able to establish good working relationships with the senior management, riskmanagement department and the regulator;

Have the ability to develop and maintain a network of relevant contacts within national and where appropriate international financial institutions, regulatory bodies, law enforcement and professional groups;

Excellent English language and written skills are required.

 
 

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Act as an Approved Person for the prevention of money laundering;

Develop and maintain the firm’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) policy in line with evolving statutory and regulatory obligations;

Support and coordinate management focus on the money laundering risk in individual business areas;

Assist management in developing and maintaining an effective anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) compliance culture;

Ensure that the firm’s risk management policies, risk assessment profile and their application are adequately documented;

In consultation with management, create and maintain the money laundering risk- based approach and the risk assessment of the firm’s customers, products and services;

Establish and maintain appropriate risk-based monitoring processes that are proportionate to the firm’s operations’ scale, nature, and complexity;

Develop internal procedures in line with the requirements of the legislation and the relevant industry guidance;

Document the firm’s risk-based strategies and the basis for the risk assessment and monitoring process;

Ensure all internal suspicious activity reports (SAR) received are investigated without delay;

Ensure that a SAR is submitted to the relevant law enforcement agency regarding all suspicions that have substance;

Ensure that all staff are aware of their personal obligations and the firm’s policies and procedures and that the basis for the firm’s risk-based approach is understood and applied;

Ensure that staff comply with the stated policy and monitor operations and development of the policy to this end;

Ensure that all relevant staff are adequately trained in money laundering and terrorist finance prevention, that the standards and scope of the training are appropriate, and that appropriate training records are kept;

Regularly review the effectiveness of money laundering compliance policies and procedures to prevent money laundering and counter the financing of terrorism;

Provide management information as necessary, including an Annual Report each year for the Board and senior management on the firm’s compliance with its obligations;

Make recommendations for action to remedy any deficiencies in policies, procedures, systems or controls and follow up on those recommendations;

Represent the firm to all external agencies, e.g. regulators or law enforcement agencies, and in any other third-party enquiries related to money laundering prevention, investigation or compliance;

Remain aware of any relevant sanctions, prohibitions or advisory notices. Also, if necessary, advise management and relevant staff of the names of any individuals and institutions on the sanctions list;

Promptly respond to any reasonable request for information from the regulator and/or law enforcement agencies.

 
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor degree in Law, Accounting, or related disciplines. Master degree preferred;

At least 5 years of experience in the same capacity in the Finance/Fintech Sector

Have excellent knowledge on and understanding of the legal and regulatory requirements in the UK and EU;

Be able to apply his/her knowledge to practical solutions and be pragmatic in making recommendations so as to cater for both the regulatory requirements and the needs of the business;

Be able to communicate effectively at all levels, including the regulators, and be able to explain the impact and implications of regulation on the business both in writing and in person;

Be able to analyze information and investigate solutions to ensure that appropriate procedures are formulated;

Be able to deal with staff at all levels and influence policy and decision making at the highest level and ensure that it reflects compliance requirements;

Manage a team of compliance – based projects;

Be able to establish good working relationships with the senior management, riskmanagement department and the regulator;

Have the ability to develop and maintain a network of relevant contacts within national and where appropriate international financial institutions, regulatory bodies, law enforcement and professional groups;

Excellent English language and written skills are required.

 
 

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Act as an Approved Person for the prevention of money laundering;

Develop and maintain the firm’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) policy in line with evolving statutory and regulatory obligations;

Support and coordinate management focus on the money laundering risk in individual business areas;

Assist management in developing and maintaining an effective anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) compliance culture;

Ensure that the firm’s risk management policies, risk assessment profile and their application are adequately documented;

In consultation with management, create and maintain the money laundering risk- based approach and the risk assessment of the firm’s customers, products and services;

Establish and maintain appropriate risk-based monitoring processes that are proportionate to the firm’s operations’ scale, nature, and complexity;

Develop internal procedures in line with the requirements of the legislation and the relevant industry guidance;

Document the firm’s risk-based strategies and the basis for the risk assessment and monitoring process;

Ensure all internal suspicious activity reports (SAR) received are investigated without delay;

Ensure that a SAR is submitted to the relevant law enforcement agency regarding all suspicions that have substance;

Ensure that all staff are aware of their personal obligations and the firm’s policies and procedures and that the basis for the firm’s risk-based approach is understood and applied;

Ensure that staff comply with the stated policy and monitor operations and development of the policy to this end;

Ensure that all relevant staff are adequately trained in money laundering and terrorist finance prevention, that the standards and scope of the training are appropriate, and that appropriate training records are kept;

Regularly review the effectiveness of money laundering compliance policies and procedures to prevent money laundering and counter the financing of terrorism;

Provide management information as necessary, including an Annual Report each year for the Board and senior management on the firm’s compliance with its obligations;

Make recommendations for action to remedy any deficiencies in policies, procedures, systems or controls and follow up on those recommendations;

Represent the firm to all external agencies, e.g. regulators or law enforcement agencies, and in any other third-party enquiries related to money laundering prevention, investigation or compliance;

Remain aware of any relevant sanctions, prohibitions or advisory notices. Also, if necessary, advise management and relevant staff of the names of any individuals and institutions on the sanctions list;

Promptly respond to any reasonable request for information from the regulator and/or law enforcement agencies.

 
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor degree in Law, Accounting, or related disciplines. Master degree preferred;

At least 5 years of experience in the same capacity in the Finance/Fintech Sector

Have excellent knowledge on and understanding of the legal and regulatory requirements in the UK and EU;

Be able to apply his/her knowledge to practical solutions and be pragmatic in making recommendations so as to cater for both the regulatory requirements and the needs of the business;

Be able to communicate effectively at all levels, including the regulators, and be able to explain the impact and implications of regulation on the business both in writing and in person;

Be able to analyze information and investigate solutions to ensure that appropriate procedures are formulated;

Be able to deal with staff at all levels and influence policy and decision making at the highest level and ensure that it reflects compliance requirements;

Manage a team of compliance – based projects;

Be able to establish good working relationships with the senior management, riskmanagement department and the regulator;

Have the ability to develop and maintain a network of relevant contacts within national and where appropriate international financial institutions, regulatory bodies, law enforcement and professional groups;

Excellent English language and written skills are required.

 
 

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Lead and develop a dynamic and growing team of analysts and operations specialists

Facilitate recovery operations and identify improvements, define additional areas to scale our efforts, and correct inefficiencies. Develop enhancements and process improvements based on an assessment of Paywiser’s systems and processes. Create an industry-leading approach toward repayment options to increase the likelihood of recovery

Optimize the disputes lifecycle, including disputes win rates and debit success rates. This will include ownership over the way we respond to chargebacks at Paywiser, with a goal of maximizing win and debit success rates

Lead root cause analysis to identify opportunities to predict, prevent, and mitigate chargebacks that can lead to account difficulties

Master the complicated chargebacks process. This individual will utilize their mastery of chargebacks and network/industry rules to improve the way we respond to chargebacks and will translate that knowledge to internal stakeholders to effect change

React to disputes rule and payments industry changes (as well as corresponding optimization of the end to end disputes system based on continued changes), with a goal of designing industry-leading chargeback flows and processes

Develop and report key performance indicators across the seller recovery lifecycle, from dispute to unsuccessful debit to collection

Partner with Finance and Accounting departments to improve on our policies and processes that contribute to accurate ledger reporting

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, or Business

3+ years in payments, recovery/collections, chargebacks, or a related field

A customer-first approach

Strong quantitative analytical experience. Ability to analyze large transactional datasets, interpret and react to ambiguous situations, and make decisions under pressure. Skills in SQL, CRM, and data visualization tools strongly preferred

A solid understanding of the payments landscape across all participants – issuer, merchant, acquirer, and network

Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills and an ability to synthesizeinformation and make clear, concise recommendations on a course of action

A creative and team-focused mindset, with a problem-solving approach that has a bias towards action taking

Relevant advanced degree, such as an MBA, preferred

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Lead and develop a dynamic and growing team of analysts and operations specialists

Facilitate recovery operations and identify improvements, define additional areas to scale our efforts, and correct inefficiencies. Develop enhancements and process improvements based on an assessment of Paywiser’s systems and processes. Create an industry-leading approach toward repayment options to increase the likelihood of recovery

Optimize the disputes lifecycle, including disputes win rates and debit success rates. This will include ownership over the way we respond to chargebacks at Paywiser, with a goal of maximizing win and debit success rates

Lead root cause analysis to identify opportunities to predict, prevent, and mitigate chargebacks that can lead to account difficulties

Master the complicated chargebacks process. This individual will utilize their mastery of chargebacks and network/industry rules to improve the way we respond to chargebacks and will translate that knowledge to internal stakeholders to effect change

React to disputes rule and payments industry changes (as well as corresponding optimization of the end to end disputes system based on continued changes), with a goal of designing industry-leading chargeback flows and processes

Develop and report key performance indicators across the seller recovery lifecycle, from dispute to unsuccessful debit to collection

Partner with Finance and Accounting departments to improve on our policies and processes that contribute to accurate ledger reporting

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, or Business

3+ years in payments, recovery/collections, chargebacks, or a related field

A customer-first approach

Strong quantitative analytical experience. Ability to analyze large transactional datasets, interpret and react to ambiguous situations, and make decisions under pressure. Skills in SQL, CRM, and data visualization tools strongly preferred

A solid understanding of the payments landscape across all participants – issuer, merchant, acquirer, and network

Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills and an ability to synthesizeinformation and make clear, concise recommendations on a course of action

A creative and team-focused mindset, with a problem-solving approach that has a bias towards action taking

Relevant advanced degree, such as an MBA, preferred

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Lead and develop a dynamic and growing team of analysts and operations specialists

Facilitate recovery operations and identify improvements, define additional areas to scale our efforts, and correct inefficiencies. Develop enhancements and process improvements based on an assessment of Paywiser’s systems and processes. Create an industry-leading approach toward repayment options to increase the likelihood of recovery

Optimize the disputes lifecycle, including disputes win rates and debit success rates. This will include ownership over the way we respond to chargebacks at Paywiser, with a goal of maximizing win and debit success rates

Lead root cause analysis to identify opportunities to predict, prevent, and mitigate chargebacks that can lead to account difficulties

Master the complicated chargebacks process. This individual will utilize their mastery of chargebacks and network/industry rules to improve the way we respond to chargebacks and will translate that knowledge to internal stakeholders to effect change

React to disputes rule and payments industry changes (as well as corresponding optimization of the end to end disputes system based on continued changes), with a goal of designing industry-leading chargeback flows and processes

Develop and report key performance indicators across the seller recovery lifecycle, from dispute to unsuccessful debit to collection

Partner with Finance and Accounting departments to improve on our policies and processes that contribute to accurate ledger reporting

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, or Business

3+ years in payments, recovery/collections, chargebacks, or a related field

A customer-first approach

Strong quantitative analytical experience. Ability to analyze large transactional datasets, interpret and react to ambiguous situations, and make decisions under pressure. Skills in SQL, CRM, and data visualization tools strongly preferred

A solid understanding of the payments landscape across all participants – issuer, merchant, acquirer, and network

Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills and an ability to synthesizeinformation and make clear, concise recommendations on a course of action

A creative and team-focused mindset, with a problem-solving approach that has a bias towards action taking

Relevant advanced degree, such as an MBA, preferred

 

COMPANY BACKGROUND

Founded by a team of industry leaders with over 50 years’ combined experience in payment and finance technology, foreign exchange and loyalty, Paywiser is at the forefront of the global payments technology industry, providing innovative platforms and systems for merchants and partners worldwide.

Established in 2017, Paywiser is a global Fintech company focusing on providing businesses with a singular platform to manage their payment issuance and acceptance operations.

A solid bridge between Asia, Europe and the UK. With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Slovenia & the UK. Paywiser offers SMEs a unique PaaS solution that facilitates multicurrency payment acceptance and transfer of funds in a secure environment.

 

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Maintain good business relationships with regulators and relevant government bodies and take the lead on licensing procedures

Design and implement Compliance related policies and processes, in particular, setting up the AML / CFT framework, KYC screening and monitoring procedures

Conduct regular internal compliance training for all staff to keep them abreast of the latest development and trend of the compliance standard and regulations

Lead tactical planning and execution of Compliance initiatives by conducting regular compliance reviews and gap analysis ensuring that all internal policies and procedures are meeting and in compliance with the regulatory requirements and business needs

Provide cross functional support to the product and business teams

Liaise with legal and regulatory bodies on compliance related issues

Recommend the initiation of investigative procedures in response to alleged violations of rues, regulations, policies, procedures, and the Code of Conduct

Provide guidance on the effective response to detected problems and offer recommendations for corrective action as appropriate

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor in Law, Finance, Business Administration, or related discipline, preferably a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP)

To have at least 8 years of compliance experience in financial services, payments, government or semi-government organizations, or comparable industry space as a senior compliance officer

Have solid background and knowledge of the local financial services regulations

With prior experience interacting with local regulators

Entrepreneur spirit with strong business sense

Excellent organizational, problem solving and leadership skills

Be a team player with good interpersonal and communication skills