Senior Financial Crime Manager

The People Network

  • Full Time

Senior Financial Crime Manager is required to join a globally expanding Fintech Business with offices in Swindon and London.

This will be a remote position with occasional travel into the office and a salary of up to £95,000 plus 10% and other employment benefits.

Your role as a Senior Financial Crime Manager is to support PPT’s strategy by providing an effective deterrent and zero-tolerance defence against fraud/AML. You will understand the methods and risks of fraud and its impact on financial crime performance.

Role & Responsibilities:

  • Proactively gather insights and intelligence relating to new and evolving forms of fraud and fraud prevention, tools, intelligence, and techniques to ensure that we continually enhance the protection of the business by embedding controls into our products and workflows
  • Proactively analyse trends, data, events, and transactions to identify financial crime risks
  • Produce insightful reports with clear financial crime performance measures and business cases for change
  • Work closely with all areas of the business to deliver effective products and tools to mitigate financial crime risks
  • Complete quality assurance, ensuring case levels are of high standards, provide feedback to 1LoD when necessary
  • Present findings of assurance work to bring about change and continuous improvement in terms of efficiencies, providing potential solutions and follow through to implementation
  • Provide training, support and guidance to the Financial Crime team and Agents
  • Capture meaningful insight from Agents to ensure controls are efficient and effective
  • Contribute to various compliance projects the company is working on
  • Experience using SQL and data visualisation tools to extract and analyse data and drive fraud strategy changes
  • Create and maintain robust policies, procedures and internal controls process and ensuring their consistent implementation across the organisation
  • Perform qualitative analysis of results and ensure accuracy and report findings in a consistent and robust manner to the governance committee
  • Work collaboratively with operational areas to drive resolution of gaps identified
  • Ensure direct reports deliver results and support to the KPIs or deadlines
  • Function as deputy to the Head of Financial Crime

Core skills & behaviours:

  • At least five years’ experience of working in a regulated payment or financial organization
  • Degree-level education
  • Experience of managing and implementing control frameworks
  • Flexibility to rapidly understand complex problems and rationalise these into workable solutions for Agents and the business
  • Experience of working under pressure, in an ever changing and challenging environment
  • Understanding of FCA rules and regulations
  • Proven experience in implementing and reviewing processes and controls to identify weaknesses
  • Strong people development and management skills
  • Promote culture of compliance and excellence within the organisation
  • A strong leader of people
  • Proven experience of bringing about transformational change

If you are looking for a new opportunity then please APPLY NOW for immediate consideration!!!

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