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Fraud Specialist Manager, Financial Crime Risk (18 months)

Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom, £ £ - Annual Annual, Permanent


Join us as a Fraud Specialist Manager

  • This is a highly influential role within our Financial Crime function, where you'll support the Fraud Specialist Lead in defining and delivering the bank-wide risk policy framework, and provide specialist knowledge of internal and external fraud
  • You'll be developing and maintaining strong relationships with senior internal and external stakeholders, gaining exposure to a wide area of the bank
  • It's a chance to work in the second line of defence, using your expertise to provide deep expert advice and drive the bank's financial crime agenda, with a particular focus on internal and external fraud
  • This opportunity will be offered for 18 months

What you'll do

You'll be defining, developing and maintaining the bank's Fraud policy, standards and related guidance, appetite and models in line with Fraud legislation, regulation and guidance.

You'll also:

  • Act as one of the bank's leading technical specialists in internal and external fraud
  • Influence and provide Fraud technical expertise to policy, appetite, regulatory change and upstream risks.
  • Be one of the bank's primary deep Fraud technical specialist on both internal and external regulatory engagements
  • Act as the escalation point of contact for Fraud complex policy, customer and regulatory matters and approval of relevant operational risks
  • Lead and direct the Fraud team to deliver policy, processes, guidance, models, appetite and mandatory learning to support the effective control of Fraud risk, in line with the Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework

The skills you'll need

You'll be a subject matter expert, demonstrating in depth industry knowledge, technical skills and commercial awareness of internal and external fraud, broader financial crime risk knowledge and risk management principles.

In addition, you'll demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of financial services and the impact of fraud regulation and legislation, and a strong understanding of deploying pan risk strategies across the customer lifecycle.

You'll also have:

  • Strong stakeholder management skills internally and externally, with evidence of influencing
  • Good conflict resolution skills
  • The proven ability to convey complex concepts in a clear and concise manner to potentially diverse audiences

Job Details

Full Time
Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
£ £ - Annual Annual