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Fraud and Financial Crime Analyst

Summary

We are currently seeking a Fraud and Financial Crime Analyst. This role will support the Credit Risk Director in
developing and delivering appropriate fraud and financial crime monitoring, which identifies, measures, and
mitigates the risks faced by the firm. The responsibilities include investigating alerts generated by the transaction
monitoring tool that may be indicative of fraud or financial crime, utilizing fraud software to establish queries for
identifying patterns and trends within Management Information (MI), and identifying ways to mitigate risks to
our customers by analyzing data, staying aware of sector issues, and maintaining a comprehensive understanding
of internal systems and controls.

Type: Full-time
Level: Mid Level
Salary: Confidential
Date Posted: 24-11-2023

Responsibilities

  • Manage the transaction monitoring tool on a day-to-day basis, ensuring that alerts are addressed in line
    with policy.
  • Document investigations and fraud patterns for escalation to the Credit Risk Director when necessary.
  • Produce management information to be presented to Senior Management, including the annual MLRO
    Report.
  • Assist in the development and operation of the company's Enhanced Due Diligence processes, PEP and
    sanctions screening processes, as well as third-party financial crime audit programs.
  • Support the broader Compliance Team as required, particularly in transaction monitoring.
  • Participate in cross-functional teams to design processes and capabilities that conform to UK consumer
    financial law and guidance.
  • Leverage technology to facilitate the monitoring and reporting of fraud, financial crime, and compliance
    risk.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a similar role.
  • Bachelor's degree or industry-relevant equivalent required.
  • Possess strong analytical skills with an eye for detail when analyzing large amounts of data.
  • Demonstrated commercial experience in a Fraud or Financial Crime setting.
  • Ability to work independently when researching or producing written reports.
  • Willingness to embrace a varied workload, suitable for a small team environment.
  • Strong ability to multitask, work well under pressure, and use own initiative.
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines, logically tackle problems, and set priorities.
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel and comprehensive IT skills; experience with decision engines is desirable.
  • Knowledge and experience using any Credit Checking Tools.

Why Diversify?

Since 2012, Diversify has created a culture where its people come first. With locations in Makati and BGC, working with Diversify means access to quality work spaces, the latest infrastructure and resources that have made them one of the leading offshore services providers in Metro Manila. You will immerse yourself in an open, widely diverse office culture where no idea is small enough and you constantly stay engaged with each other.

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