CoinFlip is hiring a
Web3 Money Laundering Reporting Officer

Location: Spain

Money Laundering Reporting Officer

Spain /
International /
/ On-site

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CoinFlip is a leading fintech company powered by cryptocurrency. Believing everyone deserves to participate in the new digital economy, the company operates one of the world’s largest networks of cryptocurrency ATMs — with over 4,000 active kiosks — as well as an over-the-counter trading desk. In 2022, CoinFlip became an international company by expanding into Canada, and launched CoinFlip Ventures, a new initiative designed to support start-up companies. 

CoinFlip placed No. 60 on the 2021 Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. CoinFlip was also named the 2021 and 2022 #1 fastest-growing company in Chicago by Crain’s Business. 

As our growth trajectory continues, we’re looking to quickly expand all of our teams. It’s an exciting time to join CoinFlip as we’re pursuing additional business lines and continued international expansion to further cement us as a leading financial technology company. 

Olliv is seeking an experienced MLRO for our Spanish, French and Italian legal entities. This position is critical to support the growth of Olliv’s business. The MLRO will have the level of authority, independence, and support to properly carry out his/her responsibilities. We are searching for someone with extensive experience in the financial services industry and proven experience in a compliance function who is excited to design, lead and shape the future of oversight and compliance in a fast-growing cryptocurrency business.


    • Be the main point of contact with the regulatory authorities regarding Compliance and Financial Crime matters
    • Engage with senior internal stakeholders on matters relating to compliance requirements (including implementation and compliance regarding the Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) regulation))
    • Responsible for creating, embedding, and enhancing the European financial crime compliance program
    • Oversee the implementation of AML/CTF policies and procedures and conduct annual risk assessment across all business activities
    • Conducting the day-to-day management and operation of the AML function, including staff training and awareness, management information, suspicious activity reporting, sanctions screening, and activity monitoring
    • Provide investigation into Suspicious Activity/Transaction Reports and escalate/disclose where appropriate
    • Provide frequent AML reports to local and global management
    • Work with other MLROs in relation to global compliancy policy creation
    • Be responsible for daily supervision of compliance activities develop and maintain a strong compliance culture
    • Manage dialogue with AML Supervisory authorities with regards to AML obligations and matters at least in Spain and France.
    • Manage AML related audits and inspections from external parties including regulators, and ensuring findings are remediated appropriately
    • Liaising with national and international law enforcement entities and liaising with local financial industry representatives to proactively identify fraud trends/criminal activity and organised criminal attacks
    • Personally managing and where appropriate carrying out high profile/sensitive investigations
    • Understand and have continuing knowledge of all local AML requirements to ensure that the AML program is consistent with all applicable local laws
    • Other assigned duties


    •  Experience as MLRO or deputy MLRO within a crypto, e-money, and/or payments or fintech company
    • International compliance accreditations for example ICA or ACAMS as well as degree in legal, business or compliance studies
    • Excellent Spanish and English communication skills, both written and verbally; additional languages a plus
    • Knowledge of the financial crime regulatory environment and AML obligations in Spain, France and the EU
    • Experience with building out a financial crime compliance program and engaging with internal and external stakeholders
    • Team player adaptable to fast-paced and changing environment and eager to learn
    • Ability to manage tight processes, accuracy and attention to detail
    • Highly disciplined person, self-motivated, and delivery focused
    • Excellent time management skills – Be able to organize and meet monthly, quarterly and annual deadlines for multiple regulators in multiple time zones (some travel may be required)
    • Be a resident in Spain or be able to move residence to Spain
    • Follow and have knowledge of AML/CFT Guidelines, Risk Assessments and Practical Indications of the competent Spanish, French, and Italian authorities in the field of crypto-asset service providers

Nice to Have:

    • Basic knowledge of cryptocurrency and blockchains
    • General passion and knowledge of fintech and crypto
    • Understanding of compliance requirements related to financial products
Working at CoinFlip means collaborating with experienced and innovative leaders who share a clear vision and a track record of success. We offer a collaborative and positive working environment where we encourage employees to balance productivity with time to recharge. Compensation is above and beyond a typical “startup” — we offer competitive salaries, performance-based incentives, and competitive benefits for full-time employees.

CoinFlip values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing an inclusive and accessible work environment. We thank all candidates who apply, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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