Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption, United Kingdom & Ireland

  • London
  • To be negotiated
  • Bachelor's Degree

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Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption, United Kingdom & Ireland

Anti-Financial Crime (AFC)
Our AFC team is responsible for protecting Deutsche Bank from financial and reputational losses incurred by financial crimes by assessing, controlling and mitigating risks. Risk types related to Anti-Financial Crime are consolidated in a comprehensive and effective risk management framework that covers Anti-Money-Laundering, Sanctions & Embargoes, Anti-Bribery & Corruption as well as Anti-Fraud & Investigations.

Position Overview

Job Title: Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption, United Kingdom & Ireland
Corporate Title: Associate
Division: Anti-Financial Crime
Location: London

Overview:

You’ll be joining the Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption (AFBC) function which is responsible for the design of the Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption framework for Deutsche Bank, which includes the strategy to prevent, detect and investigate instances of fraud, bribery and corruption, as well as the issuance of internal policy and procedures. The AFBC function comprises of two sub teams; AFBC Advisory and AFBC Investigations.

You’ll be part of AFBC Investigations (AFBCI), UK & Ireland (UKI) and will be responsible for assisting Investigators in undertaking internal and external fraud investigations and primarily through the investigation of low risk cases, assisting with Deutsche Bank’s Fraud and Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) risks.

You’ll also assist and support the Regional Head of AFBCI, UKI, as part of Deutsche Bank’s 3 Lines of Defence (3LoD) programme.

Key Responsibilities:

·  Reviewing, logging, investigating and putting forward for quality assurance (QA) escalations deemed to be Low Risk
·  Reviewing the AFBCI referral mailbox, categorising escalations based upon risk and allocating for investigation accordingly
·  Developing subject matter knowledge on fraud and ABC matters to support the team in its involvement in various internal projects and initiatives
·  Providing constructive feedback to the relevant internal team, business divisions and Infrastructure functions of any control gaps and recurring themes that are identified during the course of a low risk investigation and working with the team to address the gap/s to help mitigate fraud risks
·  Compiling and undertaking analysis of Management Information (MI) to identify fraud trends
·  Actively participating in the AFBCI weekly team meeting and tracking actions
·  Liaising with Europe, Middle East, Asia (EMEA) Country AFC Officers regarding fraud incidents in EMEA
·  Identifying, tracking and presenting for improvement any identified issues with the case management tool
·  Keeping on top of industry wide notifications and trends and sharing knowledge with stakeholders
·  Attending and contributing to various internal meetings and forums
·  Collaborating with the other Regional AFBCI teams to share identified low risk trends ensuring that there is a consistent approach to the work undertaken by the AFBCI teams globally
·  Providing support to members of the AFBCI team, to help manage and mitigate the fraud risk in this region
·  Assisting in tracking emerging fraud legislation and regulation to support the team in their development and implementation of new policies, procedures and controls in order to address new legislative or regulatory requirements
·  Assisting Investigators with high and medium risk cases

Skills & Qualifications:

·  Strong written and verbal communication skills, comfortable dealing with challenging conversations and conflict situations
·  Excellent risk identification and problem solving skills
·  A team player and self-starter, able to act on own initiative and learn quickly
·  Ability to handle and manage a number of different time sensitive matters simultaneously
·  Educated to Bachelor’s degree level (or equivalent qualification / work experience) (beneficial)
·  Good understanding of the banking sector and the financial crime risks faced by firms in the sector (beneficial)
·  Knowledge and experience of financial crime investigations (beneficial)
·  Previous experience of undertaking risk based evaluations (beneficial)
·  Previous experience of undertaking investigations (beneficial)
·  Previous experience of dealing with UK law enforcement (beneficial)
·  Previous experience of working within an anti-fraud department at another financial institution (beneficial)

Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, gender (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.

Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.

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