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PARIMATCH - Treasurer (Russian Speaking)

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Type: Full time

PARIMATCH is an international online sports betting company with more than 20 years of presence, more than 1,600 employees in the CIS region and one of the Gambling Industry Leaders on CIS market. We are now expanding to Cyprus and we are looking to recruit for the Offices in Limassol a Treasurer (Russian Speaking). 

Main Responsibilities

  •  Processing for payment requests through electronic means of payment (e- wallets, client-bank).  
  •  Making payments using various payment methods.
  •  Planning and reconciliation of card payments.  
  •  Monitoring and analysis of balances and transactions.
  •  Daily reporting on turnover and balances.
  •  Additional control over the correct classification of payments in accounting software.  
  •  Interaction with company departments and external partners regarding payments.
  •  Keeping records of direct-debits for services used by the company,  monitoring the relevance of information in the registries of direct debits.
  •  Identification of the need to connect new payment methods.



  • University degree in Economics will be an advantage
  • English and Russian are mandatory
  • Open - minded and proactiveness
  • Time attentive and responsibility
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to learn and acquire new skills


Package Offered by PARIMATCH

  • 21 days annual leave
  • Medical insurance from the first day
  • Bonus Scheme
  • Complimentary lunch
  • Monthly Social Events
  • In House English lessons
  • Excellent working environment and unique opportunity for self and career development


Parimatch is an equal opportunities employer.


All CV’s are strictly confidential and must be sent to   Please make sure that on the subject area you state the position: “Treasurer’’.

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