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Looking for an exciting new payment career opportunity? Know someone who could help us solve some of the toughest problems in fintech? The team here at NomuPay is eager to hear more.

If you’re interested in applying for one of the below positions, simply send a cover letter and resume to hr[@] for our recruiting team to review. Please put the job title in the subject line.

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Group Internal Auditor (1 position in either Dublin/Singapore/Malaysia)

Reporting to: Group Chief Financial Officer
Location: either Dublin / Singapore / Malaysia
Work mode: Hybrid


We are currently recruiting for the position of Group Internal Auditor. The ideal applicant will work as part of a team responsible for achieving better efficiencies, optimizing our performance and growth through improving the internal operational controls and assessing the management of risk of NomuPay. The successful candidate will build relationships with the various companies and cultures across NomuPay worldwide. To be effective, the candidate must be capable of thinking through and improving complex business processes, both financial and operational.

The auditor role provides an excellent opportunity for learning about business and for career development both within the IA team and within the NomuPay Group.


  • Individually or working as part of a team, plan and carry out multi scope reviews of operational and financial controls
  • Conduct periodic internal audit as required by NomuPay’s group policies, and ad hoc review as required by card schemes and regulators in the applicable jurisdictions
  • Provide unbiased and objective view of the evaluation to the Board and / or the Audit Committee of the Board
  • Devise practical solutions, offer advice and guidance and co-ordinate the reporting of issues that arise during audits/reviews to promote improvements to risk management and internal processes
  • Use audit software to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of audits
  • Carry out special project work as required
  • Liaise and build relationships with senior group and operating company management on issues and solutions

Professional experience and requirements:

  • Qualified Accountant or internal audit experience
  • Excellent financial and analytical skills
  • Knowledge of the payments business an advantage
  • 5-7 years’ experience in a large accounting / audit firm or similar accounting/business experience
  • Experience in corporate governance, internal controls evaluation, compliance, and substantive testing
  • Professionalism, mobility, initiative, commitment, and objectivity
  • Highly motivated and able to work proactively in a changing environment
  • Fluent English both verbal and written
  • Willingness to travel to our companies (estimate 20% PA)

Regional Legal Counsel - New Zealand, Australia and Pacific Islands Regulatory and AML Compliance Officer (Australia or New Zealand)

Reporting to: Group General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
Location: Australia or New Zealand
Work mode: Hybrid


The Regional Legal Counsel for New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands Regulatory & AML Compliance officer will assist with NomuPay Group’s Australian and New Zealand entities and their respective subsidiaries in the Pacific Islands, as well as act as the primary legal representative for the relevant lines of business.

Legal Counsel Responsibilities:

  • Attending to corporate law matters for the relevant entities to ensure minute books are up-to-date, corporate procedures are followed, etc.
  • drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts with vendors and customers, including confidentiality agreements, technology licensing agreements, payments-related agreements, etc.
  • Providing internal advice on regulatory compliance matters, including but not limited to anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, licensing, mandatory reporting requirements and privacy laws.
  • Support the other Nomu Pay group companies with English language legal work, including corporate, commercial and regulatory work as matters arise. Examples include taking minutes at board meetings, coordinating activities with local corporate secretary firms, drafting and reviewing agreements with vendors and customers, supporting regulatory initiatives, etc.

Regulatory & Compliance Officer Responsibilities:

  • Be the central point of contact for the relevant supervisory authorities, including the New Zealand DIA, AUSTRAC and applicable Pacific Island equivalents.
  • Ensure that all regulatory and AML documentation and processes are up to date, and communicate updates to all internal parties concerned.
  • Generally assist the Group General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer in other matters as directed.

Professional experience and requirements:

  • Three to six years of experience as a practicing lawyer (Australian experience is an asset)
  • Proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Teams
  • Transactional experience at a leading national or international law firm and/or excellent law school grades is preferred
  • Experience or familiarity with regulatory matters applicable to financial institutions is an asset

Implementation Specialist (Spain)

Reporting to: VP Head of Global Onboarding
Location: Madrid, Spain
Work mode: In-Office (Hybrid)


The Implementation Specialist will support the client onboarding process by configuring back-office systems, providing guidance with API integrations as well as webhook, reporting and SFTP set up. They will also align with internal teams to troubleshoot any potential challenges during the onboarding phase and provide ongoing support when necessary.


  • Configure back-office systems
  • Provide API, Webhook, SFTP set up and support to clients
  • Confirm test scripts in both UAT and Production environments to ensure client readiness
  • Help to solve day to day challenges with clients and their merchants
  • Being proactive with potential challenges that may arise
  • Ensure processes and best practices are adhered to

Professional experience and requirements:

  • Payments, Fintech, or finance background mandatory
  • Min of 5 years’ experience in a similar client facing implementation role
  • Excellent project management and multitasking skills
  • Proven ability to define, streamline and create processes and best practices
  • Ability to think quickly and make the right decision for the client and the team
  • English speaking ability
  • Knowledge of operating systems, web services, and API
  • Ability to troubleshoot complex technical issues
  • Nice to have: Technical degree

Compliance Officer & Money Laundering Reporting Officer [CO & MLRO] (Hong Kong)

Reporting to: Group General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
Location: Hong Kong
Work mode: Hybrid


As the CO & MLRO primarily supporting the Hong Kong business with a variety of regulatory requirements.


As Compliance Officer
  • Reporting to governmental regulatory authorities
  • Conducting internal compliance reviews of unusual and potentially suspicious activity
  • Assisting with the preparation of board and senior executive reporting materials
  • Supporting adequacy reviews of internal processes and controls
  • Initiating and documenting staff compliance training
  • Updating internal risk assessments, policies and procedural documents, etc.
  • Support for other members of the NomuPay group of companies as needed
  • Developing, monitoring, enhancing and continuously reviewing the MSO’s AML/CTF systems to ensure they are up-to-date, meet statutory and regulatory requirements, and effectively managing all money laundering and terrorist financing risks;
  • Communicating key AML/CTF issues with the Group Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer of the NomuPay group of companies, as well as the MSO’s board of directors; and
  • Ensuring AML/CTF staff training is adequate, appropriate, and effective.
As Money Laundering Reporting Officer
  • Acting as a central reference point for reporting suspicious transactions and the main point of contact with the Joint Financial Intelligence Unit (“JFIU”) and law enforcement agencies;
  • Identifying and reporting suspicious transactions;
  • Overseeing and/or reviewing internal disclosures, exception reports, and all available relevant information to determine whether or not to file a report to the JFIU;
  • Maintaining all records related to such internal reviews; and
  • Providing guidance on avoidance of “tipping off”.

Professional experience and requirements:

  • University degree in law, finance, accounting or relevant qualification
  • At least five years of relevant professional experience, either in an AML or Compliance function for a financial regulated firm
  • Strong understanding of financial services regulations, data protection, and anti-money laundering laws and regulations
  • Excellent analytical problem-solving skills, as well as communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with different stakeholders, both verbally and in writing
  • Proficiency in both written and spoken English.

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