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Financial Crime Manager (Fraud) – Assistant Director

Posted 7 days ago

Hybrid Working available

Salary: Competitive

​Our client is a global brand whose Financial Services division is a unique industry focussed business unit that provides a broad range of integrated services to mainstream and non-mainstream financial services firms.

This position reports to the Head of Internal Fraud focussed on the delivery of work optimizing anti-fraud controls. This includes supporting a programme of enhancement to the existing controls to prevent, detect and mitigate fraud risk including an analytics programme.

Key Responsibilities:

•Supporting the maintenance of the policies and procedures related to anti-fraud

•Supporting the development of analytics and the collation of fraud events detected or reported against the Firm

•Supporting the development and reporting of effective KRI, KPI and MI to measure control effectiveness

•Conducting testing to assure 1st line controls in place to mitigate fraud risks for effectiveness and deliver continuous improvement

•Maintaining effective communications with business stakeholders

•Ensuring records are appropriately prepared and maintained

•Supporting the development and delivery of appropriately targeted training to relevant Partners and staff

•Supporting wider Financial Crime projects related but not limited to AML, ABC, Sanctions and CTF

Key Skills & Experience:

•Experience in fraud risk management and the maintenance of policies related to financial crime (incl. Fraud, AML, ABC, Sanctions and CTF)

•Experience in a 2nd line role monitoring and testing controls

•Good knowledge of the law around fraud and other financial crime and the conduct of investigations

•Strong personal communication and influencing skills

•Experience of stakeholder management and leadership

•Proven ability to development devise and implement appropriate system and process improvements

•3-5 years previous experience in a similar role including the conduct of investigations and interviews

•Good knowledge of law and practice around fraud and other financial crime

•The ability to establish a high degree of credibility, respect and trust at all levels, but particularly with senior stakeholders and the business


•A recognised qualification or certification in fraud prevention and detection

•Ability to take difficult decisions and provide substantiated arguments

•Degree-level education

Please note, should feedback not be received within 28 days due to the large volume of applications, unfortunately, your application has been unsuccessful. However, we may be in touch with similar relevant opportunities.