Job Opportunity At Vodacom Tanzania

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In December 1999, Vodacom Group (Pty) Ltd. won a bid to operate a GSM cellular network and provide Public Land Mobile Network Services (PLMN) in the United Republic of Tanzania and formed the subsidiary company Vodacom Tanzania Limited.

By July 2000, Vodacom Tanzania completed its state of the art GSM infrastructure and went live August 14, 2000. Within the first four months of operations 50,000 subscribers were connected.

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In September 2004, Vodacom connected its one millionth customer and the company continued to grow rapidly. In September 2005, the Government of Tanzania introduced the converged licensing framework, which was meant to enhance the provision of communication services in the country thus bringing in the concept of technology neutrality.


Role purpose:
To effectively advice, guide and service the business on all matters of compliance with mobile financial services (MFS) laws, regulations, company & group policies and international best practices.

Ultimately responsible for ensuring the embedment and enforcement of an adequate and effective compliance program in M-Pesa in order to foster and adhere to sprit of compliance in business operation and customer services.

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Key accountabilities;
  • Design and implement a legal and regulatory compliance programme in order to ensure mobile financial services compliance risks are appropriately addressed and managed.
  • Ensure M-Pesa has the necessary and appropriate framework and level of controls in place to safeguard against Anti Bribery/Corruption (ABC) and all transactions comply fully with Economic Sanctions and Trade Export Controls and Vodafone Group best practice standards and requirements.
  • Ensure M-Pesa has the necessary and appropriate level of controls in place to safeguard all money transfer systems, processes and procedures in order comply fully with relevant legislation in particular Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation as well as Vodafone Group best practice standards/ requirements.
  • Ensure that the annual Policy Compliance Review (PCR) runs smoothly within the set deadlines.
  • Carry out Due diligences for M-Pesa Agents and Customers against potential risks relating to ABC, AML, Anti-Terrorist Funding, and Economic Sanctions and Trade Export.

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