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Lucy Adam

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a relatively new and developing Financial Crime Advisory team in a leading challenger bank, in a senior level role, managing and developing the fraud advisory and fraud systems teams.

Based either in Glasgow or Edinburgh (your preference), responsibilities include:
Working collaboratively with Business areas on all aspects of the Fraud & Authentication strategy, controls and assurance to ensure secure and frictionless customer journeys across all channels
Providing expert knowledge and guidance to projects, new products, issues/incidents, processes and procedures in relation to Fraud & Authentication
Attending and contributing to governance committees across the Bank to support and embed effective Fraud & Authentication controls and highlight potential risks.
Owning and maintaining the Fraud & Authentication strategy and optimised controls at all customer touch-points, regardless of product or delivery channel.
Owning and maintaining customer education information in relation to fraud.
Supporting risk management processes by ensuring that risks are adequately raised, documented and managed through risk management lifecycle.
Supporting the FC&CS Int/threat assessment team by continuously monitoring/assessing emerging threats and changes to the fraud & authentication control environment, and provide a timely articulation of relevant factors.
Representing the bank at key industry and regulatory forums in relation to fraud & authentication .

From a system perspective, you will be responsible for fraud managers who manage the fraud rules engine, and you'll review rule performance to ensure all rules operate efficiently and the false positive ratio is within appetite. You'll identify opportunities for improvement by scoping and forecasting the impact of any changes to the fraud rules engine using a data based approach. You'll also oversee the development of new processes relating to all aspects of fraud prevention ensuring they fulfil all requirements and are correctly documented and maintained.
This is a great opportunity to broaden your practical Financial Crime experience and develop your senior stakeholder management skills.

They are looking for candidates with energy, enthusiasm and ideas who want to make an impact in the business, as well as:
SME Level understanding of current industry good practice in relation to customer: Fraud, Authentication, Biometrics, Device Profiling, Malware detection and other aspects of technical fraud & authentication controls.
Good understanding of Digital channels
Good understanding of core bank IT platforms
Good understanding of bank products and delivery channels
Experience in providing SME support / input to projects

If this is of interest to you, fits your experience and you’d like to find out more please get in touch. You can apply here or contact me on lucy@adamappointments.co.uk

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