Full Time Portomaso Business Tower Tumas Gaming

The Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) will be responsible for monitoring internal AML policies and procedures relating to record keeping, customer due diligence measures.

The post involves key responsibility in receiving internal disclosures of unusual or suspicious transactions and, where necessary, follow up the same by filing a STR with the FIAU and respond to relevant requests for information.

Principal Accountabilities:

  • The primary contact point with the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit, and the relevant Authorities
  • Execution of the AML/CFT compliance monitoring program
  • Perform regular reviews on the correct application of the AML/CFT controls
  • AML/CFT training
  • Work closely with the HOC to ensure appropriate compliance and risk controls are in place
  • Escalate AML/CFT compliance matters to the BoD and the Group Head of Compliance (HOC)

Responsibilities of the MLRO Officer include but are not limited to:

  • Managing the AML/CFT team
  • Ensure that the Business Risk Assessment and the Customer Risk Assessments are updated in line with legislation, AML/CFT Policy and Procedures
  • Make sure that employees are screened in line with the company’s legal obligations
  • Receiving reports of knowledge or suspicion of ML/FT
  • Consider such reports within the legally set timeframe in order to determine whether an internally reported suspicion of ML/FT, merits to be reported to the FIAU
  • Scrutinize tables, slots and cash desk reports, and use all the available IT and monitoring tools as part of the ongoing monitoring of the casino patrons’
  • Documenting any knowledge or suspicion of ML/FT acquired during the ongoing monitoring and reporting to the FIAU where appropriate
  • Respond promptly to any requests for information made by FIAU
  • Liaise with relevant authorities and the police during their investigations
  • Compile the FIAU annual compliance report



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