Senior Fraud Strategy Analyst

City of London, London
£50000 - £57000 per annum + Bonus+Benefits

Senior Fraud Strategy Analyst
London
£50,000 - £57,000 + Bonus + Benefits

If you are a fraud professional and are seeking promotion or looking for a fresh start with a new and exciting company then have a look down below and if it suits hit the link and apply!!

We have an exciting new position available with one of the leading Fintechs in the UK. They are seeking a fraud Analytics manager who has strong technical and communicational skills to join their award-winning team.

The Company

You will be working with one of fastest growing Fintech companies in the UK with global reach and an outstanding reputation. They are launching a new initiative to combat applicational fraud in the business

The Role

As fraud analytics manager, you will be responsible for:

  • Monitoring fraud losses using a variety of analytical tools such as SQL, SAS.
  • Establishing the root cause and take corrective action.
  • Working along side other teams across the business to ensure they include fraud mitigation strategies.
  • Optimising fraud prevention and detection strategies.
  • Delivering on targets set for fraud losses.

Your Skills and Knowledge

  • Educated to a degree level.
  • Must be able to use SAS or similar data management tools
  • Strong numerical skills.
  • Ability to listen and communicate with internal and external stakeholders
  • Use of Python is beneficial but not essential
  • Have previously held a supervisory role within a growth business or have the ability to show potential for a position of this nature.

Benefits

  • Flexible working
  • Industry award winning recognition
  • Award winning Development programme
  • Getting to work with the newest technology

How to Apply

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

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