Senior Fraud Analytics Consultant - Leading Consultancy

London
Up to £70000 per annum

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A position has become available for a Senior Fraud Analytics Consultancy to join a coveted financial crime team within one of the UK's most prominent consultancies. Your role will encompass predictive and descriptive analytics to help the team identify and address fraud with some of their biggest clients!


WHAT WILL THE ROLE INVOLVE?

  • Building subject matter expertise in one or more areas of Financial Crime (e.g. Sanctions, AML, ABC, Fraud)
  • Applying analytical skills and business understanding to deliver high quality analytics solutions
  • Building technical skills across a broad range of analytics technologies (e.g. Qlikview, SQL, Outsystems)
  • Identifying innovative solutions to client challenges and working with senior management to develop these and take them to market;
  • Applying persuasive writing and presentations skills to support the business development process; and
  • Building deep relationships with client contacts to grow a broad business network.
  • Leading small teams of data analysts and working effectively as part of a team on larger projects for clients;
  • Developing junior team members through training and mentoring

WHAT SKILLS DO YOU NEED?

  • Experience working in an analytical role, ideally within a fraud or credit risk function
  • Degree qualified, in a numerate or statistical subject
  • Hands on experience analysing, manipulating and extracting data, using any of the following: SAS, SQL, MS Access
  • The ability to translate complex data and concepts to effectively communicate them to an audience of varying technical understanding
  • Previous consulting experience would be ideal although not necessary
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills are essential

WHAT DO YOU DO NEXT?

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

KEY WORDS

Fraud | Credit Risk | Financial Services | Credit Cards | Current Accounts | Business Banking | Banking Portfolios | SAS | SQL | MS Access | Business Objects |

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