3 months ago
A career within Forensics Technology services, will provide you with the opportunity to help our clients protect their business in today's evolving landscape by applying advanced and strategic approaches to information management. We focus on assisting organisations manage vast amounts of electronic data and navigate the legal and business processes demanded by critical events which includes litigation, regulatory requests and internal investigations.
About Our Team
PwC is strengthening its capabilities in its Financial Services Risk & Regulation as our clients face significant shifts in the regulatory environment. A core component of our FS risk & regulatory practice is the Financial Crime Unit. The FC team brings together a mix set of capabilities to help clients with investigations, remediation, transform and managed services.
To meet this growing demand, we are significantly investing in our Financial Crime practice in the UK and globally. The FC unit in the UK works with clients to manage business risk through responsive and robust investigations driven by analytics, remediation built around technologies to improve efficiency and transformation projects that aim to change clients financial crime functions for the better through monitoring systems, analytics, improved policy and procedures, reduction in costs. In Transform we do this by establishing the right controls, processes and structures to ensure that decisions are based on accurate information. What makes the Financial Crime unit stand out is our ability to combine a legacy of investigations, with regulatory, policy and procedure expertise, with a consulting focus on transformation for the future and technologists that are a core part of the team structure and delivery model. We also have a number of joint business relationships that form part of our client solutions and investments.
Who we are looking for
We are currently looking for Senior Associates and Managers with experience in Financial Crime technologies, in particular Trade Surveillance, to join our growing Financial Crime Unit. We have ambitious plans and are looking for individuals who can develop and build our go-to-market Financial Crime propositions and excel in client delivery.
We support our clients with a range of services including
Current state assessment, implementing and optimising trade surveillance tools and the alert handling processes
Trade surveillance vendor technology assessment
Current state assessment, implementing and optimising Fraud detection and prevention technologies
Reviewing end-to-end data flow (data quality, data lineage), analysing ETL technologies and discovering key data elements
Designing and developing dashboards, visualisations and metrics
Validating and testing data and reports submitted to regulatory bodies
Assessing and enhancing organisations current and target operating models
Designing, deploying and assisting Financial Crime Intelligence Units (FCIU) in their proactive and thematic research
In order to be successful you will need to show ability in most of the following areas
Understanding of the relevant Financial Services market abuse regulations in the UK and ideally in other jurisdictions
Relevant experience in a trading, monitoring or surveillance position at a financial services institution
Track record of managing project workstreams, producing reports and other deliverables, overcoming challenges and managing stakeholder expectations
Strong analytical and problem solving capabilities
Strong stakeholder management and interpersonal skills
Excellent presentation and report writing skills
Ability to develop new ideas into structured, deliverable proposals and projects
Ability to identify and address client needs, develop and maintain meaningful client relationships
Previous experience of using an automated market abuse surveillance system (e.g. Apama, Scila, BTCA, SMARTS, Actimize) would be preferable
Current knowledge and understanding of the FCA handbooks and other relevant regulations, and the ability to apply this knowledge in a commercial environment
Understanding of statistical analysis methods and the ability to apply these in the appropriate circumstances
Experience of trading systems advantageous (e.g. Bloomberg, Reuters, Fidessa, etc.)
Experience of the software development lifecycle
Knowledge of different database and ETL technologies
Knowledge of Compliance phone recording and e-comms surveillance systems advantageous
Proficiency in statistical and visualisation software advantageous (e.g. Excel, Tableau, QlikView)
* Bachelor’s degree or above
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The skills we look for in future employees
All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, ‘The PwC Professional’ and are made up of five core attributes; whole leadership, technical capabilities, business acumen, global acumen and relationships.
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