Gambling Compliance Manager - London or Gibraltar

Playtech plc
27 Nov 2016
02 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Full Time
Based at our Camden Town offices, we're currently looking to recruit for a passionate Compliance Manager to join our Compliance & Regulatory Affairs team. You will have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a wide range of people across various global locations The main purpose of this role to be accountable for compliance within the company, acting as an independent and objective body to review and evaluate compliance issues with regards to the company's license. The Compliance Manager will be required to monitor, asses, review and report to management on any upcoming gaming/gambling related regulatory changes, ensuring that products, employees, management and company are in compliance with rules and regulations. Playtech supports over 140 licensees across the globe, and is currently monitoring over 40 regulated markets. The compliance manager will be expected to manage circa 9 jurisdictions globally at any time, from following all regulatory developments (Inc. political and economic changes in those jurisdictions that might affect regulation), to licence application, to working with technical project teams to assist in compliance delivery of all Playtech products in newly regulated markets. In addition, our team members need to have a good understanding of AML/ABC and social responsibility aspects of online gaming and be able to represent PT in front of regulators. We are expected to provide compliance advice to assist in commercial negotiations, acquisitions and be able to present to board level. The Compliance Team also require the necessary analytical ability to review both primary legislation bit also technical guideline and understand the implications to Playtech and its ability to deliver. Finally, the team need to be confident, ambitious, highly motivated and be able to work alone with minimum supervision in a robust environment The main duties and responsibilities in this role will include, but are not limited to:- Conduct information audits and development reviews to ensure that the systems used by the company comply with all relevant international legislation, technical and industry standards and license conditionsCoordinating the jurisdictions' requirements with the company work plansContribute to the company's understanding of the sector and its regulations, making recommendations, developing strategies to ensure compliance and collaborate with other departments as neededProviding reports to senior management on a regular basis to keep the company informed of the operation and progress of compliance effortsBe in close contact with the Gambling Commission as well as other relevant gaming authorities, third parties and customersAssessing Suspicious Activity Reports, conducting further investigations and reporting to the necessary authorities where requiredResponsible for the application of the money laundering policies and proceduresResponsible for the policies and procedures required for fulfilment of social responsibility code provisions, promoting socially responsible gaming and preventing underage gamingAssisting the Managing Director and other senior managers with legal matters when necessary Essential skills At least a 2:1 degree in Law from a good quality university Key andDemonstrable experience within compliance for the Gaming industryFamiliarity with operational, financial, quality assurance, and human resource procedures and regulations

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