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The jobholder is positioned in one of Financial Crime Threat Mitigation's five global functions aimed at mitigating the harms associated with financial crime: Investigation. In this role as the Investigator, Major Cases, the jobholder:
Operates within Financial Crime Threat Mitigation's investigative programs related to fraud, anti-money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption. Ensures the quality and consistency of the investigations and the adequacy of the resourcing across the investigative program.
Undertakes Investigations within a programmatic capability to conduct complex and major, proactive, intelligence-driven investigations, with a specific emphasis on potential or actual sanctions related concerns bringing together and drawing upon resources in other investigative functions where the nature of the investigation spans multiple geographies or financial crime types.
Communicates information on the most significant and sensitive investigations and related mitigating actions to support and facilitate a strategic appraisal of the relevant risks. Able to develop strategic capability to mitigate future threats in response to these significant investigations.
Identifies and escalates the most significant and sensitive investigations to ensure appropriate prioritisation, resourcing, and investigative strategy. Communicates to all key stakeholders the ongoing status of such investigations and the related mitigating actions.
Operates within a systemic capability to refer investigative findings and recommendations to other parts of the firm for follow-on action to mitigate the identified financial crime risk, track the response, and ensure appropriate governance.
Personally provides the subject matter expertise necessary to inform the work of other parts of FCTM, including but not limited to innovations in analytics, identification of typologies, policies and procedures, the engagement strategy, training, and a potentially more effective and efficient regulatory landscape.