Fraud Manager

Fraud Manager
  • £60,000 - £65,000 per Annum
    ANNUM
  • Permanent
  • City of London, London, England, UK City of London London GBR E14 5GL
Job Ref: 68321
Sector: Consulting & advisory
Date Added: 28 April 2022

The TeamKPMG's Forensic Risk Consulting group proactively helps clients increase profits whilst reducing reputational, operational, financial and other risks. We are experienced in managing diverse issues including fraud, regulatory compliance, risk frameworks and dispute resolution. This role is within our Forensic Financial Services team who specialise in Economic Crime prevention, working alongside our colleagues in Managed Services.

The Role

The successful individual will manage the delivery of a range of economic crime projects with a specific focus on fraud in financial institutions. Each project will generally incorporate a review and assessment of the current state of control effectiveness, discussing matters directly with the client, proposing and delivering solutions and providing oral presentations.A core part of the role will also include leveraging your industry contacts, skills and experience to contribute to winning work and knowledge sharing and practice development across the team. Our projects are often global, and you are likely to work with colleagues from other KPMG member firms and from a variety of departments and backgrounds which also presents the opportunity to travel.

Responsibilities:

As a Manager, you will be expected to use your industry experience and expertise to formulate comprehensive and well considered solutions to clients' challenges. All candidates are expected to be able to:

* Manage Fraud and Financial Crime engagements;

* Leveraging your technical knowledge, experience and contacts to manage the development of proposals and in generating new business for the firm;* Managing the risk and commercial aspects involved in the delivery of projects including budgets, planning and project governance; and* Managing and mentoring Fraud SME's and Analysts from diverse backgrounds during projects and as part of the KPMG appraisal process.

The Person

Knowledge/experience:

You will be a Fraud and Financial Crime SME with the following experience:

  • Proven experience working with the Financial Institutions in Fraud & Financial Crime.
  • An understanding of the key fraud typologies impacting financial institutions and the control structures required to mitigate the threats and reduce losses.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written) are also essential, as you will be working with various technical and non-technical stakeholders throughout the business.
  • Experience working alongside commercial, analytical or technical teams.
  • Experience working client side either at a bank/financial institution or other payment organisations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and English language skills are required.
  • Strong presentation skills and ability to present to large audiences and C-level stakeholders.
  • Strong ability to engage with different roles in the internal business such as sales, accounts, technical fraud expertise, analytics and operations.
  • Ability to meet deadlines whilst prioritising workload.
  • Ensure that Fraud Strategy and practice adhere to current ways of working and adjust to future legislation/regulation.
  • Ability to understand complex problems and provide solutions
  • Excellent analytical skills and problem solving, self-motivation and possess an enquiring mind;
  • A high degree of integrity and the drive and willingness to succeed.
  • Strong team ethos and ability to work efficiently and accurately under pressure.
  • Proven ability to work with diverse teams drawn from various parts of KPMG and backgrounds.
  • Proven track record of people management and leadership skills - be able to manage teams and projects with demanding stakeholders and multiple workstreams;

Your experience may include:

  • Fraud Target Operating Model design and implementation.
  • Review and completion of fraud risk assessments.
  • Review and assessment of policies and procedures, systems and controls.
  • Development of controls in fraud prevention, detection and response.
  • Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of fraud operations.
  • Understanding of relevant industry codes such as the Contingent Reimbursement Model.
  • Implementing customer fraud awareness strategies.
  • Delivery of specific training.

Lorien Internal is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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28/05/2022 10:23:44
GBP 60000 65000 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Sam Shabir

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