Fraud Analyst

City of London, London
£32000 - £42000 per annum + competitive bonus + flexible benefits

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Fraud Analyst
London
Up to £42,000

This role is an exciting opportunity for a highly analytical and problem solving individual to work with clients on complex fraud cases from across the financial services industry.

THE COMPANY

Known for developing new technologies to help clients detect and prevent fraud, this company provides flexible solutions to enhance specific business needs. As a long-standing organisation, the company continues to re-invent fraud technology with intricate rule changes, unique technology advancements, and dedicated professional client services. They offered continued technical development to their team and have a strong culture of professional sharing and mentorship to take advantage of the breadth of backgrounds. From traditional banking to FinTech start ups, client portfolios are varied and challenging alike.

THE ROLE

Your role will involve providing end to end analytical and technological support to multiple financial services clients:

  • Scoping and diagnosis of anti-fraud, bribery and corruption issues
  • Data mining and analysis in SQL to provide in-depth insights
  • MI reporting of insights utilising Tableau, Qlikview or similar, with presentation to senior stakeholders
  • Technology solution development in line with clients needs
  • Client relationship management and business development

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Strong experience with SQL
  • Exceptional analytical skills
  • A degree in a numerate discipline
  • Proven strong client management experience
  • Thrives on challenging environments with high attention to detail

THE BENEFITS

Up to £42,000
Continuous professional development programme
Season ticket loan
Matched pension
Competitive bonus

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Rosalind Madge via the Apply link on this page.

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City of London, London
£32000 - £42000 per annum + competitive bonus + flexible benefits

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