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Financial Crime Manager

Financial Crime Manager (also to build a team)

Our client a leading global consultancy have been growing their Financial Crime team but now have a specific niche they'd like to expand. This role and team will expand into remediation work as a need has been identified.

It is anticipated this role could quickly move to Senior Manager and then Director and based on performance Partner (this is an excellent opportunity to build a team around you). You will be a proactive builder of business/teams.#

Responsibilities

  • Develop a sustainable Remediation service offering.
  • Create strong working methodologies, ensure the success of remediation engagements.
  • Build and maintain good working relationships with all clients and colleagues.
  • Management of financial crime Skilled Person reviews from planning to preparation of reports (you do not have to have had experience but if you have that is beneficial).
  • Assist in business development opportunities through marketing, recruitment and training, developing quality proposals and leading pitches.
  • Coaching and oversight of fieldwork team and review of working papers and reports.
  • Support the Team in developing the right skills and expertise required to conduct remediation engagement.
  • Work with resourcing firms to ensure effective and efficient resource augmentation when required for larger projects.
  • Ensure the efficient and effective delivery of a number of concurrent assignments.
  • Assists with engagement administration including preparation of engagement letters and client take on.
  • Lead planning meetings.
  • Ensure scope of project is being met and direct involvement in complex or high profile areas.
  • Discuss issues as they arise with the internal team and with client management.
  • Deliver projects in the required timeframe as agreed with the client.
  • Maximise utilisation by working effectively and efficiently.
  • Support Finance with billing clients, providing project financials and submitting timecards on time.

Qualifications and skills

  • Significant experience of financial crime compliance
  • Strong academic background, ideally to degree level or equivalent.
  • Good report writing, communication and presentation skills.
  • Ideally aFinancial Crime professional qualification.
  • Demonstrable experience in the delivery of Regulator commissioned (including Section 166 Skilled Person Reviews) reports.
  • Experience of working on Remediation projects, either in-house or at a consultancy.
  • Functional knowledge of the UK and European financial crime regulatory environment (with knowledge of the global environment an advantage).
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills, with the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Experience of working with Regulatory bodies such as the FCA, Gambling Commission and/or HMRC.
  • Sound technical knowledge of financial products and / or customer-facing regulated activities.

About Brimstone Consulting: We specialise in finding highly qualified staff in the following areas:

Forensic Accounting & Fraud - (AML/CTF, Investigation, CFEs etc.); Legal and LegalTech (E-Discovery, Digital Forensics, EDRM); Big Data and Data Analytics- (MI/BI/CI);InfoSec and Cyber Crime; Audit; Accountancy and Finance; FinTech (Payments etc.);Risk - (Credit, Regulatory, Liquidity, Market, Analysts-SAS, SPSS etc.);Compliance/Corporate Governance ;IT- (full SDLC- BAs PMs , Architects, Developers etc.);

Brimstone Consulting acts as an employment agency (permanent) and as an employment business (temporary) - a free and confidential service to candidates. Brimstone Consulting is an equal opportunities employer. Due to time constraints we can only reply to applicants that match our clients specifications. We may store applications in our cloud storage facilities that may include dropbox.

Posted
05/01/2022
Location
East London, England, UK