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- PPAT is required to file an STR with Japan Financial Intelligence Center (JAFIC) law enforcement ("L/E") office in compliance with Japan AML Law ("Act on Prevention of Transfer of Criminal Proceeds"). He/she should act as a liaison with Hangzhou Compliance Operations team so the L/E will call to follow up the case, who is therefore required to keep a good relationship with the L/E officer. - AML/Enhanced Due Diligence ("EDD")
– PPAT will operate under the JP AML law which includes KYC, EDD requirement, etc. even on the Chinese merchants when he requests to send money to local suppliers and other vendors in Japan. The daily transaction monitoring could be mainly conducted by Hangzhou Compliance Operations team, and he/she must write and maintain a Procedure in compliance with JP AML law in a timely manner so that it will be kept updated. - JPY 1M limit monitoring
– As an FTBO, PPAT is required to fully comply with JPY 1M limit per payment transaction. He/she should be supported by Product Design team to create a new daily report to prevent from exceeding the limit and conduct any necessary reporting to the regulator in case for such incident should happen. - Develop and implement effective rules to detect, prevent and mitigate the fraud risks while balancing the loss and customer experience according to the targets assigned by the company. - Conduct continuous testing and analysis to the modeling rules to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency by supporting the relevant teams in Hangzhou. - Leverage customer data analysis to suggest risk segmentation and mitigation strategies. - Develop periodic reports on key metrics with appropriate details and meaningful interpretation. - Provide prompt and accurate responses to customer data analysis or reports per regulatory requests. - Participate and support the compliance testing and quality assurance program. - Research for new Financial Crimes risk methodologies in the market and incorporate best practices.
QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience - MBA or equivalent degree, and - 4-year University degree in an analytical discipline such as Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, or qualitative subject such as Law or Political Science and some experience with quantitative analysis - Minimum 10 years of quantitative working experience either within Fund Transfer Business Operator ("FTBO")/payment service providers, and/or more than 20 years in Financial industry, ideally in compliance or operations, fraud/risk department of a payment company or any Fintech companies. - Regulatory related works experience within Compliance Operations with FSA/KLFB and JAFIC or any other government agencies as well as with self -control agencies. - Hands-on experience handling large data sets. Understanding of data concepts, statistical techniques and tools for data analysis. - Understanding of data management and data governance practices, issues related to management of company information assets, personal information and controls related to data quality. - Experience developing reports and dashboards using Business Intelligence tools is a plus. - Training in regulatory matters, and policy writing. - Administrative experience in Finance, HR, Compensation calculation, Tax and Labor control in Japan
Skills and Abilities - Strong analysis and problem-solving skills - Comfortable working in a fast-paced, flexible environment, and taking the initiative to learn new tools and concepts quickly - Comfortable working with multiple responsibility with relatively smaller office - Ability to work independently and proactively - Ability to work closely with stakeholders to drive the work forward - Fluency in Japanese and English and Chinese knowledge is plus
REPORTING He/she will be reporting directly to Compliance Officer in PPAT for matters relating to regulatory reporting issues and daily compliance operations matters, who will be further reporting into Global Chief Compliance Officer.
Internal Number: 6115295
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