Fraud Investigator

iFAST Global Bank Limited

  • Full Time

iFAST Global Bank (iGB) is a licensed bank in the United Kingdom that aspires to provide global banking connectivity to customers, corporates and financial institutions around the world. We are currently looking for a Fraud Investigator located in London.

The role will entail:

  • Investigating and actioning fraud reports received from other financial institutions
  • Investigating and reporting fraud to other banks when our customers have been a victim of fraud
  • Submitting of reports to Action Fraud in a timely manner
  • Assessing whether a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) is required to be submitted and filing of an internal SAR when necessary
  • Reviewing of cases escalated from the 1st Line of Defence in relation to Fraud and taking the necessary action
  • Providing the necessary guidance and training to the 1st Line of Defence
  • Assisting with continuous improvement ideas on processes and systems
  • Input into the on-going enhancements of Bank's Transaction Monitoring Rules relating to Fraud
  • Playing a key part in the development of the Bank's Fraud Framework
  • Playing a key part in the development of the Bank's Fraud handling procedures
  • Playing a key part in preparing the Bank to be ready for the upcoming PSR reimbursement requirement coming into force on 7 October 2024
  • Identifying new Fraud typologies and recommending mitigants to reduce the level of risk posed by these
  • Preparation of Management Information
  • Preparation of presentations on behalf of the Risk & Compliance team for executive committees
  • Working and maintaining close relationships with the wider team, regional hub, and Business Units
  • Support other members of the team in carrying out their assigned roles ensuring continuity within the team in cases of absence and increased workload
  • Keep up to date with prevailing rules and regulations as they are introduced by relevant regulatory bodies and non-governmental organisations from time to time
  • Support the filing of regulatory returns as and when required
  • Represent the Compliance function on projects/initiatives where either financial crime or wider compliance participation is required



Between 3 to 7 years Fraud Investigation experience within the industry ideally within a Bank.


Ideal but not a prerequisite, compliance and/or financial crime related certificate/diploma.


  • High standard of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent communicator
  • Problem solving skills
  • Strict work ethics
  • Strong written skills
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (must)


The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate that they are able to make decisions independently with rationale and take actions.


  • 25 days annual leave entitlement
  • Pension scheme, 4% employer contribution
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • 60-40 Hybrid working after successful probation period

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