Maltco Lotteries Ltd in Malta is looking to recruit an AML Administrator to join their team on a full-time basis. As Maltco Lotteries Ltd's AML Administrator you will be a member of the AML team which works closely with the Legal and Operations Departments, in order to assist with the monitoring of player activity. You will also contribute to ensuring that anti-money laundering processes are being upheld and studying customer trends to support business decisions focusing on driving customer satisfaction.
- Support and assist in the general AML duties for existing and new players in line with the company’s policies and procedures;
- Conduct risk assessment and customer profiling as part of our ongoing monitoring of players thereafter for review by the Senior AML Specialist;
- Request appropriate Customer Due Diligence (CDD) documentation and co-ordinate the monitoring of any high-risk players as part of the Know Your Client (KYC) process;
- Keep the client register up-to-date and ensure all CDD information, documents and files are properly maintained, stored and recorded;
- Ensure all queries received by the team are replied to in a timely manner;
- Conduct ad-hoc tasks as instructed by the Senior AML Specialist;
- Assist to ensure that customer activity is in line with the duty of care towards customer and compliance obligations.
The ideal candidate for the above position should:
What we offer:
- Have a minimum of 1-year AML and/or KYC experience;
- Be proactive, detail-oriented, and organised;
- Be naturally inquisitive, analytical, and able to highlight risks based on findings;
- Be able to work well within a small team and deliver quality service;
- Have excellent written and verbal communication skills in Maltese and English;
- Have the ability to multi-task and adhere to deadlines and good organisational skills with a customer-centric approach;
- Have clean police conduct.
Maltco Lotteries Ltd:
- An attractive remuneration package to reflect one’s experience;
- Great team environment;
- Opportunities for personal and career development;
- Private Health Insurance;
- Company and team events;
- Annual Performance Evaluation.
MALTCO LOTTERIES, a modern and dynamic company established in 2003, holds the latest Licence and Concession to operate the National Lottery of Malta awarded in 2012. MALTCO LOTTERIES provides high-quality, innovative and entertaining games (including lotteries, sports-betting, fast games and instant games) under the auspices of the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). Players can enjoy a friendly, secure and fun environment in the Maltco Points of Sale, participating in their favourite games, assisted by the well-trained in high client service Maltco Lotteries Agents. MALTCO LOTTERIES has invested in the state-of-the-art gaming technology and services of INTRALOT; guaranteeing security, trustworthiness, transparency and superior gaming experience. Certified in Responsible Gaming, ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and Security Control Standard (WLA SCS) by the European Lotteries and the World Lottery Association, Maltco Lotteries ensures the safest gaming environment through its Agents’ retail network, the largest one in Malta and Gozo, maintaining the leading position in the market. MALTCO LOTTERIES, has and exceptional track record in Corporate Social Responsibility, with continuous support to the Governmental Good Causes Fund and numerous Maltese charitable causes alongside the sponsoring of the local sports and athletes, sustaining the Maltese Society, Culture and Well-being. MALTCO LOTTERIES promote an environment and culture that supports, challenges, and develops our people. We aim to attract, reward and retain employees who share our positive attitude. We are currently around 70 employees based in Malta. We motivate our people through recognition programs, career development opportunities, and employee surveys, as well as corporate events. MALTCO LOTTERIES is also a subsidiary of the Intralot Group! MALTCO LOTTERIES shall ensure that any processing of personal data is in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation), the Data Protection Act (Chapter 586 of the Laws of Malta) and any other relevant European Union and national law.