The ideal candidate will have:
- A degree in law, risk management, auditing, finance, accounting, business, or
a related discipline.
- A qualified certified Fraud examiner (not negotiable)
- 5-7 years of consulting experience in commercial crime and/or financial
services with at least 2 to 3 years in an assistant manager/supervisory role.
- Experience in internal and external fraud threat management, conducting
fraud risk assessments, assisting clients with fraud risk strategy and providing
recommendations on how to address risks and opportunities
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong analytical and project management skills, including an ability to assess
risk and control issues related to fraud.
- An understanding of various products and services related to mining
institutions, retail/wholesale, banking, insurance, asset management, securities,
financial technology, payments, government departments, etc.
- Ability to lead, create and deliver client service work that exceeds client
- Ability to manage a team, work under pressure and meet deadlines on multiple
- Strong problem-solving skills, attention to detail and ability to own and drive
client engagements and internal initiatives.
- Be a team player, have a strong work ethic and lead with integrity and
- Availability to travel to meet client needs, domestic and international travel