About Revolut People deserve more from their money. More visibility, more control, more freedom. And since 2015, Revolut has been on a mission to deliver just that. With an arsenal of awesome products that span spending, saving, travel, transfers, investing, exchanging and more, our super app has helped 20 million customers get more from their money. And we're not done yet.
As we continue our lightning-fast growth, we believe that two things are essential to continuing our success: our people and our culture. So far, we have 5000 people working around the world, from our great offices or remotely, on our mission. And we're looking for more. We want brilliant people that love building great products, love redefining success, and love turning the complexity of a chaotic world into the simplicity of a beautiful solution.
About the role The Legal team sits at the heart of Revolut and it's a very important part of the business
This lovely bunch supports all other Revolut teams, helping us achieve our goals each and every day.
They're special, they're strong-willed and they work on a lot of different areas (which is not that common for an in-house role, we know, but they're just that good)
From structuring credit programmes to launching into new territories, the Legal team does it all!
Are you a problem solver? This one's for you!
We're looking for a Legal Counsel who'll advice Revolut on compliance and legal issues around our financial products
An expert of consumer credits, financial regulations. An individual who's excelling at leadership but dares to undertake a hands-on role when needed
Excited to join? We can't wait to have you on board
What you'll be doing
- Providing legal advice and support to the business and financial crime teams on issues related to AML/CTF, KYC/CDD, and fraud and sanctions.
- Advising on new products and managing regulatory expectations, requirements and applications
- Navigating complex regulatory frameworks to design innovative financial products and services as they pertain to financial crime
- Assisting other functions to draft, plan and/or implement compliance policies and procedures.
- Proactively engaging and working alongside local regulators across multiple countries
- Advising on evolving legal and regulatory environment and delivery training, if required
- Advising on legal requirements for law enforcement requests and court orders
- Working closely with senior management and regional teams and managing relevant stakeholders
- Responding to consultations on changes to legislation and collaborating with trade associations
What you'll need
- 2 years PQE Experience
- Significant experience advising financial institutions on contentious and non-contentious financial crime matters
- Preferably experience in-house or secondment to a financial institution
- Experience in and strong understanding of financial regulations and specifically financial crime regulations
- Preferable experience in advising clients on financial crime regulations in other jurisdictions where we operate
- To be highly organised and structured
- Excellent drafting skills
- Excellent stakeholder management skills
- High degree of fluency and written communication skills in English
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