Compliance Quantitative Data Analyst

Job description

Ouro is a global, vertically-integrated financial services and technology company dedicated to the delivery of innovative financial empowerment solutions to consumers worldwide. Ouro’s financial products and services span prepaid, debit, cross-border payments, and loyalty solutions for consumers and enterprise partners.

Ouro's flagship product Netspend provides prepaid and debit account solutions that connect customers with secure, convenient access to global payment networks so they can manage their money and make everyday purchases. With a nationwide U.S. retail network, customers can purchase and reload Netspend products at 130,000 reload points and over 100,000 distributing locations.

Since Ouro's founding in 1999 by industry pioneers Roy and Bertrand Sosa, Ouro products have processed billions of dollars in transaction volume and served millions of customers worldwide. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas with regional offices around the world. Learn more at www.ouro.com.

We are looking for an experienced Compliance Quantitative Data Analyst. The Compliance Quantitative Data Analyst (“QDA”) plays a critical role developing and supporting the Ouro Global Compliance Department. This role includes all aspects of the Compliance Departments data needs as they apply to including Anti Money Laundering (“AML”) Customer Identification Program (“CIP”), Compliance Testing and Distributor Due Diligence (“DDD”). This role includes analysis of existing and new business controls processes to maintain and increase efficiencies, analysis of compliance with regulatory requirements, benchmark analysis of expected customer behavior, as well as, producing sample data for internal testing and developing ad hoc reporting as requested from the Compliance department. The tools currently used in this role include, but are not limited to: SQL, Snowflake, Excel, Word, Tableau, Qlik, Python, and Power Query M. This role will be based at Ouro HQ in Austin, TX. reporting to the Global Chief Compliance Officer.


  • Develop/Test/Monitor/Validate/Rationalize AML Rules to Monitor Customer and Distributor Transaction Activity
  • Provide complex data analysis to identify, troubleshoot, resolve and/or escalate trends that will impact transaction monitoring. Utilize data mining techniques to identify AML Risks
  • Provide reporting and analysis of regulatory compliance for internal and external auditors and partners, as well as, adherence to internal policies and controls
  • Generate reporting and analysis to provide baseline levels of customer behavior and set upper and lower bounds on suspicious or unusual behavior
  • Interface with Compliance business owners to validate business requirements, share knowledge, manage expectations related to changes in policy, process, procedure or requests for analysis
  • Create predictive and other analytically derived models for assessing AML risks
  • Identifies and recommends new modeling and analytics opportunities
  • Translates high level business objectives into quantifiable analysis tasks


  • Advanced experience with statistical modeling tools (Python or R preferred)
  • Advanced experience with regression analysis, decision trees, clustering and other statistical modeling
  • Ability to develop new functions and procedures and automate processes preferred (Excel Power Query M or Python preferred)
  • Able to extract, transforms and load (ETL) datasets from various sources
  • Able to work with little direct supervision once ownership of a project or task has been assigned
  • Able to work effectively on cross-functional business team composed of people with diverse backgrounds, some of whom are non-technical
  • Strong presentation development and writing skills (e.g. proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word, especially creating summary tables, charts and pivot tables with Excel)
  • Advanced technical and business critical writing skills a plus


  • Graduate Degree Preferred in Statistics, Math, or similar academic field
  • Bachelor's Degree Preferred Statistics, Math, or similar academic field
  • 3-5 years of experience as a Compliance Quantitative Data Analyst

Ouro's Recruiting team is based in Austin, Texas. As such, please submit your resume in English. Thank you for your cooperation.

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