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Chief Compliance Officer

Columbus, Ohio - USA

The Compliance Officer leads the compliance as well as the legal function for 2Checkout. Reporting to the company’s CEO, the Compliance Officer is responsible for guiding the company through the complex legal and regulatory landscape as the company grows and expands its business globally. This will be accomplished by identifying the relevant legal, regulatory and business risks to the company arising under applicable law, the card association rules and contractual relationships and ensuring that the company puts in place policies, procedures, practices and contractual arrangements that mitigate those risks.

Responsibilities
  • Implement, manage and oversee a robust KYC/AML compliance program for 2Checkout in the US and globally by identifying the risks associated with 2Checkout’s services and developing, strengthening and implementing policies, procedures, controls and training to mitigate the risks.
  • Develop, update and maintain policies and procedures for the business covering various compliance areas, including KYC/AML, OFAC, anti-bribery, SAR filing, complaints handling and safeguarding of client funds.
  • Conduct regular and complete compliance reviews in accordance with established standards and practices.
  • Lead and manage on behalf of 2Checkout any direct interactions with or inquiries from any regulatory agencies or authorities in the US and globally.
  • Keep abreast of, monitor, and analyze developing trends and changes in regulatory compliance and card association laws, rules and regulations, and advise management of the operational impact of such trends and changes.
  • Work closely with the company’s Operations and Technology teams to ensure that legal and compliance requirements are met through manual or automated processes, and develop changes and/or enhancements where necessary.
  • Conduct Risk Assessments of products and services and reports on findings and recommendations for risk mitigation to management.
  • Supervise compliance team activities as Chair of the cross-departmental Compliance Committee.
  • Function as the primary liaison with examiners during compliance-related examinations, ensure that compliance issues are adequately addressed and monitor corrective action of any compliance deficiencies identified in examination or audit reports.
  • Oversee, monitor and administer the compliance training program within 2Checkout.
  • Report regularly on the status of the compliance program and function within 2Checkout to internal management and the Board of Directors.
  • Draft, review and negotiate commercial agreements with financial institutions, card associations, alternative payment providers, technology service providers, channel partners and other third party partners.
  • Develop, manage and protect the intellectual property rights of 2Checkout, including trademark registrations in the US, EU, Canada, Australia and other jurisdictions.
  • Draft, review and update standard 2Checkout template policies and agreements, including the Merchant Agreement, Referral Partner Agreement Privacy Policy and Copyright Policy.
Qualifications
  • Hold a Juris Doctor degree and be a licensed attorney in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction; additional compliance certifications (CAMS, CRCM, etc.) preferred.
  • Have a firm understanding of and experience working in the international e-commerce payments industry.
  • Have a minimum of 8-10 years of experience working in legal and/or compliance-related roles, demonstrating increasing levels of responsibility.
  • Be a leader within 2Checkout and help to foster a culture of compliance and excellence throughout the organization.
  • Excellent analytical ability with the ability to conduct thorough research, interpret and understand laws and regulations, and provide business-focussed recommendations and solutions.
  • Excellent organizational skills and an ability to prioritize within a multi-tasked environment.
  • Professional, articulate communication (oral and written) is essential, as is the ability to collaborate across the organization.

Director of Marketing

Columbus, Ohio - USA

Are you tired of running other people’s plays? Do you feel you have the ability see what is possible and then dive in to make it happen? Can you be scrappy and creative to set an organization up for long-term success as it gets ready to move into a new phase of growth?

Our company is already trusted by thousands of businesses around the world to process their payments. Now we’re getting ready to reinvent ourselves so that we can springboard off of our strengths and achieve even greater heights.

You’ll develop and execute a Marketing strategy to make what we have work even harder for us, while also laying a foundation that will help the organization push industry boundaries and support accelerated future growth. You’ll be hands on in growing and enhancing our global brand, and you’ll be the champion for driving a culture of measurability and continuous improvement. 2 years from now, we’ll look back, and you’ll be a key hero who helped transform our business.

Responsibilities
  • Within the first 90 days, develop a comprehensive marketing roadmap with clear performance benchmarks towards customer acquisition that aligns with our business strategy.
  • Set the right targets for customer acquisition costs, and establish a marketing budget across regions, channels and partners that will meet and exceed these goals.
  • Oversee all external and internal marketing communications (PR, branding, advertising, tradeshows, etc), ensuring a high level of stakeholder engagement and seamless integration and performance.
  • Leverage analytic to provide break-through insights around customer behavior and tactical performance and work with internal and external teams to execute.
  • Identify countries, markets and products that provide cost effective growth opportunities and pilot programs that demonstrate performance on par with the target acquisition cost.
Qualifications
  • BA/BS in Business, Marketing or a related field. MBA preferred.
  • 7+ years of progressively responsible roles in marketing including marketing management experience.
  • Well-versed in site-side marketing, including conversion and landing page optimization, and A/B testing.
  • Expertise with web analytic platforms and an understanding of the inner-workings SEM/SEO, display and social advertising landscapes.
  • Familiarity with marketing automation, CRM and tag management platforms, such as Eloqua.
  • Experience managing agency and vendor relationships (advertising and PR).
  • Experience in payments/e-commerce marketing preferred but not required.
Mindset
  • “Start-up” mentality and visible passion for the business and industry.
  • Strong leader who is willing to “roll-up your sleeves” to deliver results.
  • Problem-solver who leverages data and analytic to make business decisions.
  • Ability to operate successfully through periods of ambiguity and change.

Payment Partnership Director

Columbus, Ohio - USA

Are you a master of strategic relationships yet adept at project management? Are you looking to truly impact an organization with your expertise? Does a pivotal role involving cross-collaboration and strategy sound like your next step? Does the opportunity to join a talented team looking to revolutionize the payments space energize you?

Our company is already trusted by thousands of businesses around the world to process their payments. Now we’re getting ready to reinvent ourselves and springboard into greater achievements.

As the Payment Partnership Director, you will hold a vital role within 2Checkout’s business and will be responsible for identifying, developing and managing all 2Checkout’s payment partnerships globally. This position blends project management skills with robust sales and strategic relationship development abilities. You will work with eCommerce platforms, Card Schemes, Payment Service Providers, System Integrators, and Gateways to foster mutually beneficial, revenue-generating relationships between 2Checkout and our partners. You will have a firm understanding of 2Checkout’s business and strategy, and will ensure that 2Checkout’s partnership relationships align with and accomplish our strategic goals.

Responsibilities
  • Identify and engage potential partners in varying geographies or verticals aligning with 2Checkout’s strategic goals and develop new sources of payment volume.
  • Collaborate with Legal, Compliance, Risk, IT and Finance to ensure alignment of current operations with partner and country-specific rules, requirements and regulations.
  • Be the primary point of contact for all partners and seek input from internal teams on various partner initiatives.
  • Act as a liaison for internal teams seeking answers to partner-related questions.
  • Conduct periodic business performance reviews of partners to continue optimizing relationship and determine areas for improvement.
  • Research and stay in tune with industry trends, strategic partnership opportunities and regulatory initiatives impacting 2Checkout’s business and partner relationships.
  • Coordinate and interface with partnership representatives during onsite visits and reviews/audits.
  • Develop knowledge of global partnership opportunities to help influence, support and execute the enhancement and optimization of 2Checkout’s products and services.
Qualifications
  • Results-oriented leader with proven track record in launching and identifying business opportunities, developing partnerships and executing strategic initiatives.
  • Collaborative personality, must balance 2Checkout strategy with partner requirements when leading a project.
  • Excellent communicator, clarity in email and phone conversations is paramount for engagements with non-native English speaking partners.
  • Critical thinker, the ability to draw accurate conclusions with minimal input.
  • Detail-oriented, recognizes that the “little things” can have a significant impact on a large project.
  • Proactive, always on the lookout for the next significant update so resources are allocated appropriately.
  • Previous experience working in financial services, technology, payments or financial institutions, preferred; background of working with high-performance teams.
Mindset
  • “Start-up” mentality and visible passion for the business and industry.
  • Ability to operate successfully through periods of ambiguity and change.
  • Strong leader who is willing to “roll-up your sleeves” to deliver results.
  • Collaborative ability to work cross-functionally.
  • Capability to ask “why not or what if” when it comes to achieving best practices and goals.

Senior Payments Product Manager

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout is looking for a talented, ambitious and self-motivated Senior Product Manager to drive the product roadmap for development of our next generation world-class merchant payments platform. If you are eager to shape the future of online payments - with a focus on creating world-class merchant and consumer experiences for international eCommerce - and have an in depth knowledge of international payments and a proven track record of excellence, this is the place for you!

Responsibilities
  • Creating detailed product requirements documents and use cases to articulate desired product features and functionality to technical, user experience & design, and other cross-functional teams.
  • Developing merchant and competitive insights to identify new industry-leading product features, user experiences, and platform capabilities that will deliver extraordinary value to merchants.
  • Developing business cases for and estimating the expected financial impacts of incremental product or feature enhancements.
  • Collaborating closely with technical architects, engineers and other cross-functional stakeholders to ensure that the product solution delivers against business objectives.
  • Developing and managing a prioritized roadmap to address merchant needs and accelerate growth of 2Checkout’s business.
  • Collaborating cross-organizationally with sales, marketing, customer support, operations, legal, compliance, risk management, engineering, user experience, QA and other functional areas, to ensure alignment with related go-to-market activities.
  • Owning key business metrics post-launch.
Qualifications
  • In-depth knowledge of electronic payments including a deep understanding of international payments, payment gateways and global payment methods.
  • Commitment to flawless execution.
  • Strong analytical skills; creative and relentless problem solver.
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to thrive in an environment where success depends on a high degree of cross-functional collaboration.
  • Team player; ability to interface and build relations at all levels internally and externally.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • BA or BS required, MBA a plus.

Underwriting Specialist

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout, a fast-growing financial technology startup, is looking for an Underwriting Specialist to grow with us as we rapidly expand our team. We are looking for an exceptional candidate who would love the challenge of reviewing new account acquisitions, mitigating risk through careful research and application of policies during the underwriting process.

Online payments is one of the hottest areas for innovation in e-commerce. 2Checkout is one of the largest payment platforms with a global reach in nearly 200 countries. Our platform integrates with banks and payment networks all over the world through a single interface so businesses can sell to anyone, anywhere in the local language and currency. Over the next year, we expect to double the size of our team across all functions, including engineering, product development, sales, underwriting, marketing, and customer support.

We are seeking a thorough, enthusiastic self-starter with 1-3 years related experience in FinTech underwriting to join our team.

Responsibilities
  • Investigate and decision new applications
  • Understand and exercise compliance standards
  • Meet and exceed production objectives
  • Take ownership of accounts during the underwriting process
  • Advocate for specific improvements in procedures and policies
  • Evaluate 30 - 40 new account applications daily utilizing provided tools and external exploration
  • Analyze all information collected appropriately
  • Make final determinations based on department standards
  • Archive evidence within internal records
  • Diagnose risk trends to continuously improve processes throughout multiple departments
  • Embrace all policy and procedure updates and implement necessary changes promptly
  • Stay abreast of changing OFAC and other regulatory restrictions
  • Employ and suggest the use of latest known technologies
  • Respond to inquiries from frontline representatives expeditiously