Anti-Money Laundering Officer


Who We Are:

BoyleSports is the largest and most successful independently owned bookmaker on the island of Ireland. Founded in 1989 by John Boyle, the business has grown to over 370 shops in Ireland and the UK, coupled now with a comprehensive online portfolio for betting and gaming. BoyleSports

HQ in the Republic of Ireland is located on the outskirts of Dundalk, and we currently employ over 2500 staff throughout Ireland and the rest of the world. With offices in Ireland, Gibraltar, South Africa and the Philippines, BoyleSports truly are a Global player within the Betting and Gaming industry.

Job Title: AML Officer

Department: Compliance

Reports to: Group MLRO

Location: Dundalk, Remote Ireland / Remote UK

Role Purpose

As an AML Officer, you’ll be charged with helping to manage and deliver a wide-ranging AML programme across the BoyleSports group of companies. Reporting to the Group MLRO with a dotted line to the Deputy MLRO, you will deliver results in a fast-paced environment and be responsible for identifying, managing and reporting suspicious activity. You’ll support our Fraud and Payments teams in minimising the company’s exposure to fraud and help protect our business from criminals seeking to launder the proceeds of crime. You will have key relationships within the Compliance, Safer Gambling and CDD teams as well as around the business, helping to ensure that we deliver excellent results and support the Gambling Commission’s licensing objectives.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the Anti-money laundering programme across the BoyleSports group and implement tactics, techniques and procedures to identify activity that presents AML Risk
  • Liaise with key internal stakeholders such as Compliance, Retail, Customer Service and Fraud & Finance to ensure that AML risks are managed effectively
  • Perform in-depth customer risk assessments and due diligence reviews, identifying different types of risk, possible markers of harm and appropriate mitigating actions
  • Develop your knowledge of AML regulation, legislation and best practice across multiple jurisdictions to support Group AML functions
  • Liaise with law enforcement agencies and FIUs to disclose Suspicious Activity Reports
  • Administer screening for PEPs and individuals appearing on Sanctions lists

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Practical knowledge and experience of working within anti-money laundering (AML), compliance, or customer due diligence roles (or equivalent)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to concisely summarise risk
  • Knowledge and experience of relevant legal and regulatory frameworks pertaining to AML / CTF, in the UK, Gibraltar and / or Ireland preferred
  • AML, CDD or Compliance qualifications (e.g. ICA Certificate / Diploma), or equivalent legal qualification desirable
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