GIMO is a silver award winner for 2021 Employee Centric Company at UK Employee Experience Awards (UKEXA) in London. Company was established in 2006, based in the Waterloo/Southwark area with circa 200 employees working for us in London, and an additional 450 employees working globally as part of the group. Focussing on mobile and online Poker, Casino, and Sports Betting products in major European and Asian markets.
Gimo works in close partnership with leading global gaming brands such as NetBet, 777, and betFIRST
We have a very multicultural team here at GIMO with employees specialising in all aspects of Marketing, Affiliation Marketing, Development, Web Design, Content, Analysis, Software Development and Customer Service.
The primary responsibility of this role is to help create a safe environment for our customers, while also keeping crime out of gambling. The Player Protection Analyst will assist the Group Safer Gambling (SG) Manager and the Group Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) by helping to identify customers who show signs/behaviours of problem gambling, money laundering or terrorist funding.
Specific Responsibilities include:
Day-to-day customer account reviews, to assess if a customer is showing signs of problem gambling behaviour.
You will have detailed conversations by phone and email with customers who may be experiencing gambling-related harm or other key indicators of concern.
Reviewing financial documents to assess indicators of financial harm and affordability.
Completing timely, efficient, and accurate Due Diligence (DD) as well as Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) checks of new and existing customers.
Ensuring records are accurate in all systems and that supporting documentation is uploaded and analysed within agreed timelines.
Performing PEP, Sanction checks and analysing of the results to eliminate or confirm matches.
Contacting customers via email/telephone to obtain Source of Wealth and Source of Funds information/documentation.
Experience of SG and/or AML within a regulated sector, KYC analysis of clients and understanding of the customer due diligence process.
Knowledge of the UKGC LCCP regulations is beneficial but not essential.
Knowledge of the Money Laundering Regulations within the UK and other European markets regulations is beneficial but not essential.
Experience in undertaking financial crime/AML investigations including, where appropriate, the reporting of SARs regulations is beneficial but not essential.
Confident in using Microsoft Office applications and/or Gsuite.
Skills and how they are applied:
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and advice
Manage own workloads and meet deadlines determined by the urgency of requests
Attention to detail e.g. accurate capture of data
Analytical and risk assessment skills
Excellent computer skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Flexible with the ability to think critically
We offer an excellent benefits package which contains many features.
Our generous benefits package includes but not limited to:
Learning and Development
Staff social engagement activities
More benefits are available and will be discussed once successful.
GIMO is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships."