A leading Global Financial Institution is seeking to employ a Senior Manager, Complex Investigations based in Edinburgh.
Hours 35 per week/permanent.
Competitive salary offered.
The Senior Manager, Complex Investigations is responsible for working with Complex Investigation specialists across the region and countries to execute banking investigations to identify new high level financial crime risk; supporting strategies and initiatives among reporting teams in support of Financial Crime Risk objectives and ensure for the effective execution of Complex Investigations within Financial Crime Threat Mitigation (FCTM); supporting execution of the regional investigative procedures or approved country variances, which are designed to ensure the operational effectiveness of the investigative capability; ensuring effective information sharing across Financial Crime Investigation, FCTM, and with other parts of the organization. The role holder will be required to undertake production and issue Management Information to senior leadership.
The Senior Manager, Complex Investigations is accountable for ensuring investigative findings are effectively communicated to other parts of the organization for follow-on mitigation action, and results recorded; escalating significant financial crime threats and management issues to senior leadership so appropriate action can be undertaken in response; proactively identifying key emerging financial crime threats within the jobholder’s functional area and interface with other global functional areas. The role holder will be responsible for contributing to the firm’s participation in initiatives with key members of Group, public sector and peers to share information on financial crime threats at a regional level.
The successful candidate will be a graduate and will have the following attributes:
- Experience working within a regulatory, investigative, or financial intelligence agency, or as a senior compliance manager within a global firm, in the financial services industry.
- Detailed experience in mitigating the harms associated with the threat of financial crime at a strategic level.
- An excellent understanding of the current regulatory environment and expectations, relevant regulations, codes, as well as the underlying purpose of the Group’s standards, which is to mitigate risk to the financial system and provide information useful for the public sector to provide law enforcement and security.
- Some leadership experience and a strategic thinker.
- Excellent communication and inter-personal skills, with experience of dealing with executives at all levels.
- Ability to develop efficient and effective solutions to complex global issues.
Closing dates for applications 3rd November 2020