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The CSIS Lead Investigator will conduct investigations across South East Asia related to internal misconduct and fraud. Provide guidance and recommendations to Senior Management, including the Citi Operational Committee and Non-Executive Directors; in respect of the investigative facts, risks, root causes, failure points, and appropriate next steps. Liaise and co-ordinate with partner functions including Human Resources, Legal, Compliance, Ethics Office, and Internal Audit to enhance teamwork and cooperation.
An Investigator will be responsible for the coordination and investigation of high level fraud matters and/or network security incidents
This role will utilize sophisticated expertise in investigative interviewing, fraud identification, loss prevention, to identify fraud activities, schemes, trends and organized rings that create a risk to our firm, its employees, shareholders, systems, assets and clients
Conduct proactive, complex, variable and high profile/sensitive investigations with the goal of developing cases to a successful conclusion and providing timely fraud preventive intelligence to business and functional partners
Actively engage partners and management to ensure they are kept apprised of any significant changes during the progress of an investigation
Brief others on an ongoing investigations/investigative projects
Has the ability to operate with a limited level of direct supervision.
Can exercise independence of judgement and autonomy.
Acts as SME to senior stakeholders and /or other team members.
Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.
6-10 years of experience
Ability to conduct investigative interviews and recording techniques that tie the facts and evidence together
Experience investigating complex and variable case(s) that has substantial impact
Understanding of forensic and eDiscovery processes and procedures to include the collection, examination, and analysis of data while preserving integrity and maintaining a strict chain of custody
Experience representing/testifying in criminal and civil court matters
Conveys mastery of investigative concepts
Demonstrated report writing that would present the case and evidences gathered in a cohesive and comprehensive manner
Knowledge of financial products, frauds and trends
Experience working in an in-house investigations team
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products - Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, & SharePoint for compiling written reports and spreadsheets on an investigation
Flexibility to work on call off hours/weekends during critical project phases, if necessary
Bachelors degree, potentially Masters degree
This job description provides a high-level review of the types of work performed. Other job-related duties may be assigned as required.
Job Family Group: Corporate Services
Job Family: Investigations
Time Type: Full time
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