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Anti Financial Crime Graduate Trainee

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Xapo Bank

11d ago

💼 Graduate Job
💻 Remote

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  • You need a finance/related degree, strong analytical skills, detail-oriented, communication skills, data analysis proficiency is a plus, ethical integrity, dedicated workspace, reliable internet, devices meeting technical specs.
  • You will learn to analyze and investigate financial crimes, assess risks, monitor compliance, report findings, collaborate with teams, and stay updated on industry trends in this graduate trainee role at Xapo Bank.

Graduate Job

Accounting & Tax


  • As an Anti Financial Crime Graduate Trainee, your job is to protect people from financial crime, prevent terrorist financing and ensure the financial system's integrity. As a graduate analyst, in-house subject matter experts will train you to identify financial crimes using certified training courses. You will have a rare opportunity to gain expertise in Fiat, Crypto and Wealth products. In addition, you will be trained on how to use cutting-edge fraud and data analytical tools to help you analyse fraud topologies and develop mitigation strategies.


  • Bachelor's degree in finance, economics, accounting, criminology, or a related field.
  • Strong analytical mind with the ability to identify trends and patterns in data.
  • A high level of attention to detail.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to articulate findings and recommendations clearly and effectively.
  • Proficiency in data analysis tools (e.g., Spreadsheets, SQL, data visualisation tools) is a plus.
  • Strong ethical integrity and a commitment to upholding high standards of professionalism and integrity.
  • Other requirements
  • A dedicated workspace.
  • A reliable internet connection with the fastest speed possible in your area.
  • Devices and other essential equipment that meet minimal technical specifications.
  • Alignment with Our Values and the Xapo Values-Driven Leadership principles.

Area of Responsibilities

Accounting & Tax


  • Data Analysis: Learning how to use analytical techniques to identify financial crimes.
  • Investigation: How to conduct thorough investigations into suspicious transactions, utilising internal and external resources to gather relevant information.
  • Risk Assessment: How to evaluate risk through analysing and evaluating available data.
  • Compliance Monitoring: An understanding of the techniques used to monitor transactions to meet compliance, regulatory requirements, and internal policies, as well as how to escalate and report suspicious activity.
  • Reporting: Prepare clear and concise reports summarising findings from investigations, risk assessments, and compliance monitoring activities.
  • Collaboration: Learn how to collaborate with internal stakeholders, including compliance, legal, and risk management teams, to address financial crime-related issues and implement effective controls.
  • Training and Development: How to stay abreast of emerging trends, technologies, and regulatory developments in financial crime and participate in ongoing training and professional development activities.


Work type

Full time

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