We are looking to grow our team of consultants. The role is suitable for someone experienced in cryptoasset regulation, or in a related field, who can quickly identify key areas of focus in a client brief and devise effective measures to address them. Successful candidates will be expected to work in regulatory, public policy and AML/CFT practice areas.
Consultants play a pivotal role at XReg and must be comfortable in a fast-moving environment. They are expected to undertake independent research and analysis, make recommendations and provide advice, sometimes supervising the work of others, and often working on multiple assignments at any one time. Mainly working under the direction of a partner, they may have direct responsibility to clients on certain assignments. Applicants should be willing to develop particular sectoral or geographic expertise if they do not already possess it.
This role does not entail specific responsibilities for revenue generation, although successful candidates will be expected to participate in activities to grow the business.
- in a similar role or in a junior role in a similar, related activity; or
- specialising in crypto-assets at a financial regulator or central bank, or in financial intelligence, law enforcement, policymaking, or at a law, accountancy or advisory firm.
Although XReg operates from Gibraltar, Argentina, Brussels and the Bahamas, XReg consultants are free to work from home and to be based anywhere in the world. When necessary, they are expected to make themselves available during our office hours or in clients’ time zones. The successful candidate will be required to travel, including internationally, as needs dictate.
Applicants will be interviewed remotely and may be required to undertake a test. If you would like to discuss this or other XReg job opportunities or to be considered to join the team, please submit your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com.
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