WE ARE NUVEI. Nuvei (NASDAQ: NVEI) (TSX: NVEI) the Canadian fintech company accelerating the business of clients around the world. Nuvei’s modular, flexible and scalable technology allows leading companies to accept next-gen payments, offer all payout options and benefit from card issuing, banking, risk and fraud management services. Connecting businesses to their customers in more than 200 markets, with local acquiring in 47 markets, 150 currencies and 586 alternative payment methods, Nuvei provides the technology and insights for customers and partners to succeed locally and globally with one integration.

At Nuvei, we live our core values, and we thrive on solving complex problems. We’re dedicated to continually improving our product and providing relentless customer service. We are always looking for exceptional talent to join us on the journey!

Your mission:
As a Sanctions Compliance Manager at Nuvei you will be one of the key person within 2nd line of defence in ensuring that ongoing legislation and regulatory requirements applicable to the company licensed activities are in place according to the industry best practices on sanctions policies, procedures, methodologies, operational practices, and other applicable processes.

Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Defining, documenting, and managing sanctions program, managing all sources of regulatory risk and provide reporting to regulators, local and group management;
  • Working closely with the Group AML/CTF compliance function and other senior managers across the business to identify, assess, update and mitigate the regulatory compliance risk;
  • Construct company’s sanctions risk assessment methodology, screening tools and systems testing methodology and conduct tests of their effectiveness and remediate gaps if necessary;
  • Continuously assess whether applied sanctions and AML/CTF controls are effective and ensuring that all processes are and fit for purpose;
  • Provide day-to-day support and guidance to all internal and external stakeholders;
  • Assisting with general AML/CTF program its controls, policies, and procedures.

Qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • 3+ years of experience in the AML/CTF compliance (preferably direct experience with sanctions);
  • Knowledge of best practices in financial services regulation especially requirements of international sanctions and restrictive measures;
  • At least a bachelor’s degree with preferred professional qualification from an internationally recognized body as ACAMS, ICA;
  • Superb problem-solving and decision-making skills with the ability to properly argument and analyse complex information and regulation;
  • Good communication skills and experience dealing with multiple different stakeholders;
  • Ability to write policies, procedures, processes, and instructions independently.

Monthly salary
3200 - 4500 Eur (gross before taxes). Specific salary is offered based on competence, work experience, and compliance with other job requirements.

  • Long-Term Incentive Plan, which allows employees to financially benefit from Nuvei growth by being awarded with Restricted Stock Units;
  • Monthly LIDL or WOLT food allowance;
  • Flexibility & possibility to work remotely;
  • Additional vacation days, granted on quarterly basis;
  • Private Health Insurance;
  • 1-month Workcation;
  • Cool & modern penthouse office in Vilnius city;
  • Annual bonus depending on company & individual results;
  • Space for personal & professional growth, trainings, giving back to community activities;
  • Office perks, great atmosphere, company events & a lot more to explore!

Nuvei is an equal-opportunity employer that celebrates collaboration and innovation and is committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workplace. The team at Nuvei is comprised of a wealth of talent, skill, and ambition. We believe that employees are happiest when they’re empowered to be their true, authentic selves. So, please come as you are. We can’t wait to meet you.