Nedbank: Fraud Risk Advisor
Nedbank: Fraud Risk Advisor
Job Title: Fraud Risk Advisor
Job Family: Risk, Audit, and Compliance
Fraud Risk Advisor Job Purpose:
To reduce the impact of fraud by assessing control adequacy and efficacy of the current and future operational environment and recommend mitigates across Nedbank group.
- Contain existing and potential fraud losses.
- Ensure risk mitigation actions are implemented and provide fraud risk insight.
- Ensure client needs are met and act as advisor to stakeholders.
- Collectively recommend appropriate mitigation actions and communicate trends to clients and investigators.
- Provide information on business initiatives in preparation of future fraud investigations.
- Contribute to a culture of transformation goals by participating in Nedbank culture building initiatives, business strategy and CSI.
- Influence the enhancement of business processes and methodologies.
- Identify fraud risk and consult with stakeholders to take corrective action.
- Amend policies and procedures that result in reduced fraud impact and provide professional input and advice on appropriate risk mitigation actions.
- Ensure appropriate action is taken to mitigate fraud impact within operational risk appetite.
- Create leads for internal stakeholders.
- Reduce fraud impact and ensure fraud risk is highlighted and source documentation for processes updated.
- Review and analyse processes, improving business results, reducing fraud losses and provide guidance on fraud trends.
- Ensure project delivery results within parameters.
- Reduce fraud losses and assist stakeholders in implementing fraud risk management processes.
- Improve personal capability and stay abreast of developments in field of expertise.
- Ensure personal growth and application of new competence to enable effectiveness in performance of roles and responsibilities.
- Ensure up skilling and effective handover to relevant responsible person.
- Obtain buy-in for developing new and/or enhanced processes that will improve the functioning of stakeholders’ businesses
- Advanced Diplomas/National 1st Degrees
- Diploma: Criminal Justice and Forensic Auditing , Advanced Diplomas/National 1st Degrees
- Certified Fraud Examiner – preferred not essential, Institute for Commercial Forensic Practitioners (ICFP).
Type of Exposure:
- Conducting root cause analysis
- Analysing situations or data
- Developing ways to minimize risks
- Drafting reports
- Managing conflict situations
- Influencing stakeholders to obtain buy-in for concepts and ideas
- Sharing information in different ways to increase internal stakeholders understanding
- Identifying business risks
- Comparing two or more sets of information
- Analysing and interpreting quantitative and qualitative data Working with a group to identify alternative solutions to a problem
- Interacting with diverse people
- Building and maintaining effectiv3e relationships with internal and external clients
- Analysing and interpreting quantitative and qualitative data
- Interacting with various levels of management
- Managing multiple projects
Minimum Experience Level:
- 5 years experience in a forensic and/or risk management/advisory role in a banking or financial services environment
Technical / Professional Knowledge:
- Banking knowledge
- Banking procedures
- Business Acumen
- Microsoft Office
- Nedbank policies and procedures
- Relevant regulatory knowledge
- Relevant software and systems knowledge
- Risk management process and frameworks
- Business writing skills
- Earning Trust
- Decision Making
- Continuous Improvement
- Planning and Organizing
- Technical/Professional Knowledge and Skills
How To Apply:
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