Fraud Analyst - Investment Management - London/Hybrid working

Expiring today

London, United Kingdom
£50k - £60k
22 Jan 2023
07 Feb 2023
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Are you a Fraud professional seeking an exciting new opportunity to progress?

twentyAI have partnered with a leading Investment Management firm who are looking to welcome a Fraud Analyst into their strong London-based team. The role would suit an enthusiastic Fraud professional with at least 5 years of experience in this field, ambitious and eager to bring a fresh set of eyes to implement change. The role will sit within the 1st line of defence as part of a newly restructured team, with this person primarily responsible for the monitoring of activities to identify, detect and prevent fraud. They will undertake analysis of data to identify trends and emerging risks, and help deliver training for the 1st line of defence on Fraud prevention.

This person will carry out end-to-end investigations into Fraud, ensuring that any discoveries are incorporated back into processes. A confident communicator, the ideal candidate will be comfortable making recommendations to enhance policies, processes and procedures to ensure that best practice is followed. The Fraud Analyst will support senior members of the team in the preparation of material and data to support the team's wider objectives, maintaining throughout a good knowledge of the company's products and services.

With a generous package paying up to £60,000pa plus bonus and employee benefits, the team are excited to meet their newest colleague. The role is hybrid working, based in the London office 3 days per week, with 2 days at home. Please reach out if you feel you could be a fit for the role.

Experience & Skills
  • At least 5 years of experience in a Fraud role within an organization focusing on Fraud detection, prevention and (forensic) investigations.
  • Financial services experience would be particularly advantageous.
  • Degree in a related subject e.g. Law, Criminology, Finance, Business Management or Computer Science (among others) would also be preferred.
  • Ability to manage workload effectively and complete tasks in a timely manner.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good attention to detail, and strong numeracy and analytical skills.
  • Proficient in the use of standard IT packages (especially Excel).
  • Someone with an open, honest and collaborative approach to work.
  • Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Certification desirable, but not essential.