Fraud Consultant

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  • Discipline:

    Financial Crime & Fraud

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  • Salary:

    £50,000 - £70,000

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  • Published:

    over 2 years ago

Our client is a leading and international fraud consultancy business who are currently recruiting for a Fraud Consultant. This is a unique fraud role working with international clients on a regular basis helping them define their Fraud strategies and processes. 


Key responsibilities include:

  • Consultants are responsible for providing best in class recommendations in Fraud Management.
  • The Fraud Consultant will collaborate with the client to develop methodologies for the effective delivery of the business aspect of any fraud solution implementation.
  • Manage and conduct a business data driven analysis to develop a thorough understanding of the client’s requirements for fraud products and services.
  • Responsibilities also include working with professional services project management team to assist clients while converting to fraud solutions.
  • A consultant needs the ability to work independently as fraud expert, providing both fraud mitigating strategies and fraud operational management consulting services.
  • Problem solving and the ability to develop unique approaches for challenging situations that address a customised client need.
  • Consultants are expected to work with the client to identify other opportunities within Fraud Consulting or other areas (ie. credit risk) within the client’s business.
  • Support, Develop and Deliver Custom Fraud Analytical Solutions.
  • Design, develop and roll out a fraud strategy optimisation offering for clients
  • Provide regular feedback to the Fraud Consulting Senior Director and Advisors Management Team.
  • Expected to proactively participate in providing new ideas and recommendations for fraud services and product offerings that may be valuable for clients in different geographical regions globally.
  • Work with the Fraud Consulting team to continue to build a strong collegial working relationship that creates opportunities for knowledge sharing so that the business unit continues to provide valuable services to its clients.


Key Requirements:

  • Hands on experience in delivering data driven solutions to reduce/prevent/detect fraud across the fraud lifecycle
  • Ability to leverage rule based system and/or neutral networks to aid fraud mitigation
  • End user knowledge of Falcon, Auth Systems, Processor Systems (FDR Falcom/TSYS Card Guard) and knowledge of the falcon consortium models
  • Understanding and experience in all areas of fraud including detection, prevention and analytics