Junior Due Diligence and Analysis Specialist (KYC)
Junior Due Diligence and Analysis Specialist (KYC) is an entry-level position, and it’s a great opportunity for those who dream to start their career in an international Fintech company. You will be a part of our international Due Diligence and Analysis team and will be dealing with important and responsible work – verifying the personal data and information of our clients and applying the Know Your Client (KYC) process. We are ready to teach you everything you need to know for this role, so if you find it interesting, check our candidate expectations below and if they match – apply for the role!
What you will do:
Continuous assurance of new and existing client identification (KYC) processes;
Verification of clients’ personal documents and KYC questionnaires;
Full client information reviews;
Written communication with the clients;
Implementation and monitoring of international sanctions and restrictive measures;
Communication with colleagues from other departments.
What we expect:
Higher education in law/economics/finance would be an advantage (could be a final year student available to work full time);
Good knowledge of Lithuanian, English, and Russian languages (Polish would be a plus);
Good analytical skills and attention to detail as you will be performing precise routine work;
Ability to learn quickly and effectively;
Flexibility to work in rotating shifts.
What we offer:
Company parties and regular team socials;
Conditions for continued growth and professional development;
VR headsets and company scooters;
Accident and emergency health insurance;
Healthy office snacks;
On-site gym facilities and relaxation area;
On-site football and table tennis;
Possibility to work remotely.
If you would like to join our team, please send your CV with the subject "Junior Due Diligence and Analysis Specialist (KYC)" to the email address email@example.com. Only selected candidates will be contacted, but we are grateful to all who send their CV.
Depends on candidate's experience and competence