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Senior Financial Crime Investigator

Posted 15 December 2017 by Axis Recruitment Ended
Permeant Position – Senior Financial Crime Investigator
Full time hours Monday – Friday (Opportunity to work from home one day per week)
Based in Chester 
£33,000 Basic, Company Pension, 23 days holidays + Bank Holidays, free car parking and great working conditions.
Are you looking to utilise your current skill set and experiences as a Financial Crime Investigator, but looking for the opportunity to progress with the view to managing your own team? If so this could be the perfect opportunity for you. This brilliant opportunity is working for an award winning business that is highly well established with massive plans to continue to excel in 2018.
Duties:
  • Have an in-depth knowledge of fraud prevention systems, particularly application fraud solutions and be able to use them effectively to further investigations and to protect the Company from fraud losses.
  • Development and deployment of rules to identify fraudulent behaviour, particularly in relation to application fraud & organised fraud activity
  • Analyse and evaluate fraud cases and developing trends and provide feedback to Senior Management as required.
  • Produce detailed Management Information reports for Senior Management and Credit Risk evaluation.
  • Present Department reports and discuss MI at a senior level.
  • Liaise with fraud organisations and effectively share information and knowledge of known and suspected frauds.
  • Performance manage the FCI team, conduct reviews, identify training needs and develop the team’s skills as required.
  • Develop the FCI team’s knowledge in fraud investigation and reporting and ensure succession planning is in place.
  • Provide guidance and advice to colleagues to ensure procedures are followed and current legislation is understood and adhered to.
  • Maintain Department procedures and successfully implement change to processes when an opportunity for improvement is identified.
  • Ensure mandatory CIFAS and NCA reporting is appropriate and accurate.
  • Attend meetings with external fraud prevention agencies and keep abreast of any changes or trends emerging within the industry.
  • Provide mandatory AML/CTF training presentations to employees and give ongoing training and advice on Financial Crime matters when required.
  • Ensure Department workload in managed effectively and assist in achieving this with the investigation and reporting of complex cases when required.

Knowledge required:
  • An understanding of operational procedures within the business and ability to use internal systems.
  • Knowledge of CIFAS and SIRA’s role in fraud prevention and how membership of these organisations impacts our processes.
  • Full understanding of the Membership Rules of CIFAS and SIRA.
  • Understanding of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing legislation and the guidance provided by the JMLSG, 4MLD, FCA and Criminal Finances Act.
  • Understanding of Fraud Investigation processes and an ability to communicate knowledge to others.
  • Previous experience of managing personnel.
  • Knowledge of how fraud prevention systems identify fraudulent activity, particularly application fraud
  • Knowledge of how fraud rules work and how analytics can be deployed effectively to identify fraudulent activity
  • Understanding of organised fraud activity, and how solutions and analytics can be deployed to identify and mitigate against fraud losses


Reference: 34037275

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