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My client, a growing fintech firm specialising in retail lending, is currently recruiting for a Fraud Credit Risk Analyst with a Mathematical bcakground to join their business on a permanent basis in London. This is an urgent role with the manager looking to get interviews booked in quickly.
Drive Fraud & Credit Strategy for the portfolio through rigorous analytics and establishing a strong framework.
Enhance exiting definitions of fraud to increase granularity and better explain causality.
Aid in devising systems, processes and controls which ensure cases of fraud are effectively identified and categorized.
Monitor fraud losses, establish root cause and take corrective action where opportunities exist to prevent fraud themes. Ensure losses remain within risk appetite/budget.
Work with other teams across the business (particularly Operations and Central Risk Team) to ensure include fraud mitigation strategies
Monitor performance of fraud controls, escalate related issues and challenge vendors to improve performance.
Work on proof of concepts involving new technologies and proactively seek out vendor and internal solutions to fraud problems.
Lead mapping and documentation of all Fraud processes and controls.
Ensure BAU strategies are continuously audited and monitored.
Conduct Quality Checks on Fraud and Verification Rules to identify issues with the Risk rules and the Treatment Strategy.
Work with Operations to fix Verification issues and ensure the correct solutions/treatment strategies are implemented once the issues are identified.
Bachelor's Degree in a quantitative subject or equivalent work experience
Experience in a Credit/Fraud Risk unit, ideally within either retail or subprime banking