Manager, Fraud Analytics (1 year contract) - Wealth and Personal Banking:0000EWJA
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If you're looking for a career that will give you plenty of opportunities to develop, join HSBC and your future will be rich with potential. Whether you want a career that could take you to the top, or simply take you in an exciting new direction, HSBC offers opportunities, support and rewards that will take you further. Wealth and Personal Banking is our new global business combining Retail Banking and Wealth Management; and Global Private Banking, to become one of the world’s largest global wealth managers with USD1.4 trillion in assets. Across Asia, where wealth pools are growing faster than in any other region, HSBC’s wealth revenues grew 12% in 2019 (year-on-year) to USD5.7 billion. Our dedicated colleagues serve millions of customers worldwide across the entire spectrum of private wealth, ranging from personal banking individuals and families, through to business owners, investors and ultra-high-net-worth individuals. We provide products and services such as bank accounts, credit cards, personal loans and mortgages, as well as asset management, insurance, wealth management and private banking, that best suit our customers’ needs. We are currently seeking a high calibre professional to join our team as a Manager, Fraud Analytics (1 year contract) - Wealth and Personal Banking. Principal Responsibilities The role holder is a key part of the central analytical function designed to ensure a consistent approach to fraud management Ensure fraud analytics and related Fraud Risk Controls are operating at optimum effectiveness, achieving the desired balance between fraud prevention, detection, and customer experience Provide expert fraud risk control and technical solution knowledge to Fraud Operations and Fraud Management functions Provide an interface between Fraud AMH analytics and central analytics and develop new analytical practices in-line with the Global Fraud analytics Detailed understanding of the impact for the local adoption of new analytical practices Assist in managing fraud analytic input into local projects Support the introduction of new fraud models and software that will impact fraud analytics Compile feedback and results on strategic initiatives to share with the local business and wider Fraud teams Support fraud change projects, acting as a SME to capture requirements and understand the local regulatory environment and platform issues across the Regions. By helping support Global adoption of new technology, the Role holder will develop SME knowledge to support Fraud Globally
Requirements The job holder is required to have experience in working with controls that manage fraud risk Good knowledge of fraud analytical capabilities and a thorough understanding of the 3 Lines of Defence model Proven analytical capability, and a history of using SAS, SQL, and other programming languages to produce analytical solutions to often complex fraud attacks. Ensure a good understanding of Customer impact Strong communication skills to help link activities from the AMH analytical teams with the central function to ensure that enhancements and new approaches balance the need to work to a common framework The ability to apply a good knowledge of fraud risks, processes, and strategies across a range of differing businesses and functions so that controls deployed are relevant to the business or function
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