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FAIR INVEST TRADING/Beginner or experienced engineer

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  • Mastering new technologies (node.js.python,perl or C)
  • Bringing along enthusiasm and energy to a start-up raising in an

international environment.

  • Sensible to the ethical, humanitarian and environmental

positioning of our company.

  • With possible interest in the world of financial Trading.
  • The first year you will program a secure advisory robot based on

the trading methodology that we developed over the past 6 years

and which now offers demonstrable and reproducible


  • Then you will facilitate the integration of the advisory robot into

the IT environment of our customers (investment banks)

  • On a 3 to 5 year horizon, you will contribute to the robot

performance optimization by implementing a machine learning

approach. This will allow addressing financial activities beyond

the Forex and will constitute elements of the company’s longer

term development.


ONPEX - Financial Operations (FinOps) Specialist (M/F)


We at ONPEX are building the banking and payments economy of tomorrow. Alone we are weak, together we are strong, that’s why we need you!
We’re looking for specialists like you who are passionate about global banking, love to help our customers, and want to work in an agile, challenging and fun environment with your new smart colleagues. 

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You will love this job if 

  • - you want to learn how money and assets move around the world and businesses transact 
  • - you love challenges, taking charge and investigating problematic transactions 
  • - you thrive in the interface between technology, finance, and a global customer base 
  • - you want to be part of a fantastic journey together with a diverse and international team of 
  • - smart and highly dedicated people 

This is not a job you will thrive in if 

  • - you prefer individuals over teamwork, and teams over customers 
  • - changes and a certain level of uncertainty stress you out (after all we’re trying to redefine and disrupt banking!) 
  • - you think you know everything there is to know about banking and finance 

What you will do 

  • - Be our problem solver for all transaction related issues, liaise with our correspondent banks and build strong relationships with our internal departments 
  • - Together with the team reconcile accounts and transactions 
  • - Handle SWIFT messages and be the first point of contact for all customer enquires
  • - Focus on efficiency, the timely processing of payments as well as on driving optimizations 
  • - Compile, analyse and report related data, identify bottlenecks and rooms for improvements 

About you 

  • - Excellent verbal and written skills in English (French and/or German would be a plus) 
  • - At least a bachelor’s degree 
  • - Good numerical understanding, high excel skills, and detail oriented 
  • - Team player with a “customer first” mindset with the ability to see the bigger picture 
  • - Curious, willing to leave your comfort zone and to develop your skillsets 
  • - Creative problem solver as well as proactive, flexible and willing to get things done 
  • - Fun with a sense of humour 

What you can expect 

  • - Flexible working hours (with possibilities for home office) 
  • - Weekly team breakfasts and regular company events 
  • - Entrepreneurial, digital and fast-moving environment 
  • - Steep learning curve with endless opportunities/responsibilities 
  • - Internal and external training opportunities for personal and professional growth 
  • - Attractive, performance-based salary 

Sounds good? Do you share our values for teamwork, personal and professional growth and innovation? Then we look forward to receiving your application in English as PDF file (
Please include 

  • - Job ID LH19FOS 
  • - salary expectations 
  • - preferred starting date 

Please note that a successful applicant will be required to provide a criminal record. 


PingPong Europe - Senior Regulatory Compliance Officer (M/F)

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  • Company: PingPong Europe S.A.
  • Location: Luxembourg
  • Title: Senior Regulatory Compliance Officer (M/F) Department: Compliance
  • Position Type: Full‐time

Established in 2015, PingPong is a rapidly growing FinTech company with locations in China, Hong Kong, U.S., Japan, and Luxembourg. We are recognized globally as an innovative payment provider for global e-commerce merchants. PingPong Europe S.A. obtained the Luxembourg Payment Institution license in 2017.

The Regulatory Compliance Officer will directly report to the Chief Compliance Officer of PingPong Europe S.A.

The main responsibilities of the role will be:

  • Coordinate strategic business initiatives and guide to completion;
  • Provide pro-active input on compliance initiatives;
  • Supervise, prioritise and track projects;
  • Act as a main consultant to the CCO; 
  • Manage compliance calendar and ensure deadlines are being met; 
  • Work with cross-functional teams; 
  • Be a go-between for staff, chief executives, department leaders and CCO; 
  • Assist CCO with internal communication; 
  • Work with team leaders and present to senior executives; 
  • Help coordinate business-wide procedures and work to improve existing processes for maximum clarity, efficiency and success; 
  • Stand-in for CCO in his/her absence including sign off and approvals. 


  • University/ B.A. or B.S. degree in Law, Finance or equivalent field;
  • Minimum 5-7 year experience in a payments institution/law-firm, etc. as a professional in business/ project management or Compliance;
  • Hands-on and practical;
  • Experience in and/or ability to work effectively with staff representing all disciplines within the firm to achieve results;
  • Ability to operate independently without close supervision is essential as is the ability to call out challenges and solutions;
  • Understanding of priorities and adherence to deadlines;
  • High level of ethics;
  • Have high-quality professional presentation skills, including excellent writing and public speaking capabilities;
  • Ability to project a professional demeanour always;
  • Superior proficiency in standard PC programs (Word, Excel and PowerPoint);
  • Ability to work constructively and flexibly in a small team environment, and to assist at the direction of the Compliance leadership in the execution, tracking and management of a variety of tasks;
  • Comfortable with EU financial regulations like PSD2, AML4 and 5, GDPR;
  • Strong organizational and project management skills;
  • Fluent in English, other EU languages and/or Chinese are a plus.

Please email your resume to to apply.


PingPong Europe - AML/CFT Compliance Analyst (M/F)

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  • Company: PingPong Europe S.A.
  • Location: Luxembourg
  • Title: AML/CFT Compliance Analyst (M/F)
  • Department: Compliance
  • Position Type: Full‐time

Job Description

Established in 2015, PingPong is a rapidly growing FinTech company with locations in China, Hong Kong, U.S., Japan and Luxembourg. We are recognized globally as an innovative payment provider for global e-commerce merchants. PingPong Europe S.A. obtained the Luxembourg Payment Institution license in 2017.

The AML/CFT Compliance Analyst will be based in Luxembourg and will be part of the company’s EU Compliance Team. The Analyst will be responsible for various tasks linked to customer KYC, transaction monitoring, and other tasks and projects related to the Compliance function of a regulated Payment Institution.

The AML/CFT Compliance Analyst will directly report to the Chief Compliance Officer of PingPong Europe S.A.

The main responsibilities of the role will be:

  • Execution of day-to-day customer registration KYC tasks on corporations, legal entities and individuals, including review of legal documentation, PEP, Sanction List screening and risk assignment;
  • Execution of the day-to-day customer transaction monitoring activity, including AML/CFT risk rating changes and consequent proposed corrective actions;
  • Liaising, where required, with the Compliance AML/CFT team of the parent company based in Hangzhou for any issue linked to AML/CFT tasks;
  • Prepare required periodic and ad-hoc reporting as requested by the Chief Compliance Officer;
  • Assist, where required, the Chief Compliance Officer in preparing reporting to the local FIU;
  • Actively participating to the compliance controls based upon the annual plan proposed by the CCO and approved by the BOD;
  • Pro-actively monitoring, in conjunction with the CCO, any changes within the local legislation on AML/CFT and other relevant topics in order to detect challenges and opportunities for PingPong Europe;
  • Participating to any project aimed at improving the overall Compliance and AML/CFT function behind request of the Chief Compliance Officer;
  • To potentially act as back-up for additional tasks upon request from the Chief Compliance Officer, including, in particular, the assistance to the Payment Operations team for running daily mandatory routines linked to payment preparatory works and reconciliations.


Education and Experience

  • University degree or above in finance, accounting, business or other relevant field of study;
  • 2 years working experience in similar roles, preferably within payments, banking, finance or other regulated institution are considered as a plus.

Skills and Abilities

  • Fluency in English and in Chinese required, skills in French are considered as a plus;
  • Strong written and spoken communication in English and in Chinese;
  • Strong analytical skills;
  • High level of ethics;
  • Self‐starter with ability to flourish in high‐pressure environments;
  • Willing to take over responsibility;
  • Organized, autonomous and pragmatic with sound judgment;
  • Attention to details, high level of accuracy and ability to multi-task;
  • Honest, proactive and transparent communicator;
  • Fast learner and self-developer, curious to learn;
  • Ability to proactively take initiatives, identify and solve issues.

Please email your resume to to apply.


PingPong Europe - Risk Manager (M/F)

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  • Title: Risk Manager
  • Department: Risk Management
  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Location: Luxembourg


PingPong is an innovative payment solutions provider empowering people and business to thrive in the global e-commerce business. We are a rapidly growing startup since 2015, with operations in the United States, China, Hong Kong, Europe, and Japan.

We are seeking a Risk Manager who will based in Luxembourg and will be responsible for ensuring the Risk Management framework for PingPong Europe SA is appropriate for the nature, scale and complexity of its operations for the business across EU countries and UK.

The main responsibilities of the role will be:

  • Assume hands-on ownership of the risk function within the company;
  • Establish and maintain a robust risk management framework and governance system enabling responsible and sustainable growth and meeting the expectations of regulators, particularly PSD2 and GDPR requirements;
  • Act as Data Protection Officer;
  • Coordinate with the Chief Compliance Officer to manage the regulatory relationships with respect to the risk management of the company;
  • Closely collaborate with business line owners and the global risk function, driving the strategic risk agenda;
  • Assist the Interim Chief Risk Officer with the definition of risk appetite statements where required and develop processes to ensure the business is managed optimally within the appetite constraints;
  • Execute risk assessments on a regular basis to keep track of the evolving risk profile of the company;
  • Develop and maintain the policies and procedures in risk areas where needed;
  • Define metrics for risk calculation wherever required and appropriate and regularly report such relevant risk metrics to the Board to ensure the Board is updated of changes of risk profile;
  • Continuously enhance the risk management framework to ensure its effectiveness and efficiency and proportional to the risks of the company;
  • Develop the risk culture in management and employees to ensure an appropriate balance between growth, profitability and risk.


Education and Experience

  • Bachelor or master’s degree in economics, financial management, accounting or related field, with specialization in risk management or equivalent experience;
  • Sound knowledge of the risk management requirements and regulatory framework within a payment institution, E-money Issuer or bank;
  • Minimum 5 years relevant working experience in a similar role in risk management, preferably in an international context;
  • Strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills;
  • Team player, self-starter and hands-on approach in the challenging global startup culture;
  • Organized, autonomous, assertive and pragmatic with sound judgment;
  • Fluent in English both spoken and written; French, German or Chinese would be an asset;
  • Affinity with (financial) technology, especially related to information security and data protection;
  • Capable of communicating complex, technical topics to a wide variety of audiences;
  • Experience with regulatory compliance issues, as well best practices Risk and Fraud Management;
  • Self-starter with ability to flourish in high-pressure environments.

Please email your resume to to apply.


PingPong Europe - Financial Analyst (M/F)

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  • Company: PingPong Europe S.A.
  • Location: Luxembourg
  • Title: Financial Analyst (M/F)
  • Department: Finance and Accounting
  • Position Type: Full‐time

Job Description

Established in 2015, PingPong is a rapidly growing FinTech company with locations in China, Hong Kong, U.S., Japan, India and Luxembourg. We are recognized globally as an innovative payment provider for global e- commerce merchants. PingPong Europe S.A. obtained the Luxembourg Payment Institution license in 2017.


The role will focus on both performing cross-border transaction and support corporate finance. The main responsibilities of the role include:

  • Work closely with our offshore team to execute cross‐border transactions;
  • Reconcile bank transactions with financial data as first line control;
  • Work in Finance team to maintain corporate finance function including accounting, monthly reporting and expense control;
  • Prepare business reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information;
  • Coordinate closely with other functions including IT, business development, compliance, and customer service;


Education and Experience

  • 4‐years university degree or above in accounting, finance, or other relevant field of study;
  • Previous working experiences in payments, accounting, or other related area are preferred;
  • Experiences from international payment companies or Big 4 accounting firms are highly preferred;
  • ACCA (part qualified or full qualified), CPA, CFA or other professional qualification would be a plus;

Skills and Capabilities

  • Strong written and spoken communication skills as this role will communicate to various stakeholder;
  • Can do attitude and leadership skills;
  • Fluency in English is required; skills in Chinese/French/German are preferred;
  • Organized, autonomous, and pragmatic with sound judgment;

Please email your resume to to apply


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