Mollie briefly explained
Mollie is one of Europe’s fastest growing fintech companies. We provide a simple and clear payment API, that enables webshops, platforms and app builders to implement various payment methods in one go.
Tinkering, disruption, and inclusivity are Mollie core values. In the first few years of existence, Mollie was a developer-only endeavour, and 14 years later devs and techs still comprise roughly 35% of all staff. As a natural consequence, a lot of things that enterprise businesses or pretend-to-be-start-ups are trying too hard to mimic, come quite natural to Mollie.
“As a Junior Compliance Officer you will be part of the Compliance, Legal and Risk Department, Mollie’s second line of defense. This department is responsible for ensuring Mollie acts in compliance with all prevailing laws, regulations, internal policies, procedures and codes of conduct.
Mollie aims to grow rapidly in Europe, which means that Mollie will be entering many new markets and jurisdictions in the years to come. As a result Mollie will be subject to new and specific regulations, guidelines and market best practices. In the meantime, it is important to ensure that Mollie continues to comply with its licensing requirements, policies, and prevailing laws, regulations and procedures.
In order to determine whether Mollie acts in compliance with the requirements as stated above, it is your primary responsibility to conduct periodic monitoring activities based on a predefined compliance program and to subsequently translate the results of these monitoring activities in sound management information reports.
In this position you’ll be working closely together with our Medior Compliance Officer and the Manager Compliance, Legal & Risk.”
What will you do?
Initiating and conducting research necessary to assess the impact of (compliance-, regulation- or regulatory related) changes and risks on Mollie’s activities;
Actively supporting the business (1st line) with the practical implications of (new) policies or procedures;
Developing management information systems and/or reports for Mollie’s Management Team and the Board on the basis of your monitoring results and raw data.
Desired skills and experience
1-3 years of working experience in compliance, integrity or an equivalent position, preferably obtained in a financial institution;
Demonstrable knowledge of current developments in the financial sector with respect to legislation, compliance and integrity;
Experience in developing management information systems and reports is a strong plus;
Fluent in both Dutch and English (written and spoken).
What do you get?
Our selection procedure in a nutshell:
Apply by clicking the button below. The more you share about yourself and the reason you apply at Mollie, the better!
Let's first have a 'coffee chat' to introduce Mollie, the role and get to know you. This can be at our office, but this could also be via phone, Hangouts or Skype.
During the interview phase (of max. two rounds), we'll inform you as soon as we've decided whether we'd like to proceed with you.