Risk and Compliance Analyst
BCI is an investment management firm specialising in debt solutions for digitally enabled businesses. We enable innovators to get access to lending as they develop their business, and we give HNW Investors access to direct lending opportunities which deliver better yields without the excess risk.
Launched in 2011, we have since established ourselves within the market as being able to offer well-structured and credible lending book .
BCI have an accredited track record of delivering excess returns for our investors. This is accomplished through our ability to originate, nurture and grow opportunities.
Our main fund is the Credit Opportunities Fund. With £130m+ in AUM, the fund focuses on deploying capital into our various Credit Strategies within the Alternative Finance and Fintech industries.
The individual will be part of a nimble, professional team, with exposure to the entire deal and fund management processes.
The Opportunity :
We are growing quickly and have a new opening for a Risk and Compliance Analyst to join. The role is principally to assist the COO and Head of Compliance in developing and maintaining a strong control environment, across the business spanning Compliance and Risk Management, in line with regulatory requirements and industry best practice.
The successful application will have direct exposure to the deal team, investment modelling and operations functions.
If you are a self-starter, that is looking for exposure across the organisation, we would like to hear from you.
Responsibilities include :
Compliance monitoring in line with the compliance monitoring policy
Assisting with AML and KYC oversight of borrowers, investors, and other third parties relationships, whilst being the first point of call on CDD matters
Gabriel reporting and Annex IV reporting
Monitoring of investment restrictions
Risk monitoring and reporting for the Fund and Investment Manager
Updating policies and procedures
Helping with delivery of compliance training
Process setup, optimisation and documentation
Horizon scanning and assessment of new regulations
Ad-hoc projects as required
Skills and Experience :
A minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a generalist compliance role in a financial services firm
A good understanding of FCA regulation.
University results equivalent to a UK 2 : 1 or above, or equivalent life experience
A strong team player able to work in a close-knit department, ready for manager level responsibility and able to share knowledge and contribute ideas
Has a key idea for detail with the ability to identify trends and anomalies
Highly computer literate with demonstrable knowledge of MS Office applications
Excellent organisational skills, proactivity, and willingness to take ownership of tasks
Excellent communication skills
Remains positive and rational when faced with challenging issues
Ability to present sensible expected outcomes without always having all the data
Looks at problems from different angles to test out the best solution
Ability to develop internal and external stakeholder relationships
Learning mindset - interested in developing further technical and non-technical skills
Desire to grow within the role
What we can offer you :
Annual Discretionary Bonus
Full benefits package, including Pension, Medical and Life Insurance
25 days leave