Global Exchange is a leading company in the provision of foreign currency exchange services at world-class international airports, where we have acquired a high specialisation as a result of over 20 years of experience and a branch network of over 240 outlets at 57 international airports in 20 countries across the 5 continents. Thanks to our customer-centric focus and our corporate culture based on achieving excellence in Customer Service, we get to successfully manage the currency exchange business improving significantly our operational results and boosting, at the same time, our growth and worldwide recognition. Today, we have an ambitious expansion plan in regions such as Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.
Global Exchange is starting operations in Hong Kong International Airport in January 2018, for this new subsidiary we are searching an Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Manager, the role responsibilities will be:
- Implement in Hong Kong subsidiary the international and local regulations, and internal policies of the Global Exchange Group in matters of AML&CTF to ensure the Company comply with the latest regulatory and legal requirements as long as the industry guidelines and best practices.
- Design, implement and provide AML&CTF training to all staff.
- The oversight of all aspects of the Global Exchange Hong Kong Limited AML/CFT procedures and systems which include monitoring effectiveness and enhance the controls and procedures where necessary Monitor transactions carried out at the Workplace and investigate & escalate / report any that seem suspicious.
- Produce and periodically review Global Exchange Hong Kong Limited’s Risk Assessment as well as update it whenever a new product or service is launched.
- Prepare and submit modifications to the AML manual in order to implement regulatory and group guidelines with regards to combating money laundering and terrorist financing.
- Prepare periodic and specific reports that may be required by the regulators.
- Assume and coordinate the relationships with the regulator, the AML Auditor and with other competent authorities.
- Ensure that record Keeping obligations are met in line with the AML&CTF directives.
- Reviewing all internal disclosures and exception reports and, in light of all available relevant information, determining whether or not it is necessary to make a report to the JFIU.
- Providing guidance on how to avoid “tipping off” if any disclosure is made.
- Acting as the main point of contact with the JFIU, law enforcement, and any other competent authorities in relation to AML/CTF, investigation or compliance.