Checkout.com is one of the most exciting and valuable fintechs in the world, with our Series D taking our valuation to $40 billion. Our mission is to enable businesses and their communities to thrive in the digital economy. We’re the strategic payments partner for some of the best known fast-moving brands globally such as Wise, Hut Group, Sony Electronics, Homebase, Henkel, Binance, Klarna and many others. Purpose-built with performance and scalability in mind, our flexible cloud-based payments platform helps global enterprises launch new products and create experiences customers love. And it’s not just what we build that makes us different. It’s how.
We empower passionate problem-solvers to collaborate, innovate and do their best work. That’s why we’re number 9 on the Forbes Cloud 100 list and on Glassdoor’s list of Top 10 fintechs to work for. And we’re just getting started. We’re building diverse and inclusive teams around the world — because that’s how we create even better experiences for our merchants and our partners. And we need your help. So, join us to build tomorrow, today.
Director, Regulatory Change at Checkout.com:
Checkout.com is seeking a Regulatory Change Director with a strong regulatory background to join our Legal team. The role is focused on establishing and operating a specialist horizon scanning function and its necessary related internal processes. The remit of the role will cover all existing and upcoming regulatory and legal changes applicable in the multiple geographies where Checkout.com operates.
Lawyer with 6+ years of post-graduate or post-qualification experience, with strong background in legal, compliance, or risk departments with a focus on regulation and regulatory change.
Broad understanding of the regulatory environment in the financial services industry, fintech and/or banking.
Detailed understanding of electronic money and payment institutions an advantage.
Able to translate regulatory language into requirements for internal colleagues in alignment with best practice.
Energised by building a new function and establishing new processes, information sources and reporting.
Strong legal and compliance mind-set: you aspire to a culture of excellence.
Good relationship builder with strong diplomacy skills, able to adopt a consultative style in order to combine the business perspective and regulatory aspects.
Analytical mindset and risk and compliance oriented. You know how to break down complex regulatory matters into manageable pieces and to address logical links and dependencies, distinguishing essential information and summarising it accordingly.
You examine matters from a distance and put them in a broader context and time perspective.
Express well-founded opinions and positions and understand their consequences.
Excellent time management skills and experience managing a diverse workload and competing stakeholder demands.
Extra marks if you have:
Experience working internationally and on a variety of cross-border matters.
Additional language skills.
What you will be doing:
Identifying relevant information from databases (information providers, government sites, etc.) and forums.
Analysing draft laws, regulations, guidelines and external requirements applicable to Checkout.com in various jurisdictions.
Compiling, sorting, storing and disseminating the information collected in dedicated tools.
Communicating relevant legal change briefings to colleagues.
Collaborate with regulatory specialists from the Legal, Compliance and Public Affairs teams.
Support colleagues to make any required changes to our business and also consider any changes needed from a policy, control and risk management perspective, based on your analysis and interpretations of regulations.
What we stand for
At Checkout.com, everything starts with our values, including the experience we offer our people.
We supercharge your professional growth with career development programs and leadership training. You can learn your way, with tailored pathways and online platforms. And be inspired at relevant conferences.
We don’t stop at ‘good’ here. We strive for excellence amongst our teams every day and recognize colleagues who take it to the next level through our quarterly peer-nominated Hero awards.
We’re proud of our global connections and inclusive environment. So we champion this through our colleague-led community groups and celebrate many cultural events together.
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More about Checkout.com
We empower businesses to adapt, innovate and thrive with the connected payments they deserve. Our technology makes payments seamless. We provide the fastest, most reliable payments in more than 150 currencies, with in-country acquiring, world-class fraud filters and reporting, through one API. And we can accept all major international credit and debit cards, as well as popular alternative and local payment methods. Checkout.com launched in 2012, and we now have a team of 1800 people across 19 international offices. To date, we’ve raised a total of $1.8 billion, with our Series D valuing us at $40 billion.
We believe in equal opportunities
Checkout.com is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, race, religion, or belief. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience, skills and personality. We believe that employing a diverse workforce is the right thing to do and is central to our success.