My client, and Global Legal Practice, has and opening within its Global Compliance Office for a KYC/CDD Compliance Analyst. The KYC/CDD Compliance Analyst will report to the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), and provide administrative support and assistance to the European Compliance function. The Compliance Assistant will provide support and assistance with the implementation and monitoring of regulatory risk and compliance systems, procedures and controls for offices in London, Jersey, Guernsey and Ireland. RESPONSIBILITES:. Review, analyse and make determinations of all initial and on-going Client Due Diligence/Know Your Customer ("KYC/CDD") requirements for clients, and provide assistance to secretaries and lawyers with the completion of KYC/CDD.. File all KYC/CDD related correspondence and communications in client and related party compliance record folders in a timely manner and update notes fields. Carry out record searches against retired databases.. Scan, upload and save all KYC/CDD documentation and information received in client compliance record folders in a timely manner.. Carry out World Check and background searches against existing and prospective clients plus related parties as required.. Maintain and upload policies, procedures, Know-How, templates in the Risk & Compliance section of the Intranet.. Provide support and assistance to Compliance colleagues. Maintain and update rejected client logs.. Assist with the provision of Compliance Training, which includes liaising with office managers to arrange training, booking meeting rooms and equipment, maintaining & updating training slides as wells as training logs.. Arrange departmental meetings, circulate agendas, take minutes and notes during meetings, and follow up.. Carry out any other duties commensurate with the purpose of the job, and any other duties as requested.. Work in a flexible manner and respond to changing circumstances and emergency situations. KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE. Minimum of between two to three years' experience, preferably gained in a financial institution, law firm or regulatory authority.. Knowledge and appreciation of AML/Anti-Money Laundering legislation, CDD/KYC requirements a distinct advantage.. Experience of providing administrative support to colleagues and clients in an international environment and on a non-face to face basis.. Computer literacy a must - including MS Office (any compliance specific software a plus).. School or college leaver, graduate or equivalent in experience.. Excellent communication skills, oral and written.. Analytical, focussed, attention to detail.. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.. Excellent time management and organisation skills.. Self-motivated and "can do" attitude.. Ambitious and willing to train, learn and develop as a part of a growing role.Hydrogen UK Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.