Financial Crime Data Analyst

  • Location:

    Buckinghamshire, England

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  • Salary:

    £60000 - £75000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Matthew Pollard

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  • Published:

    12 months ago

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Job Purpose

  • The experienced financial crime analyst/data scientist to take on the exciting challenge of using analytics and data science to protect the bank from exposure to Financial Crime.
  • The analyst will get the opportunity to use advanced analytics across a wide-range of challenges and will be expected to lead projects and manage others as required.
  • The successful applicant will use their financial crime experience to ensure that adequate controls are in place to protect the bank.
  • The analyst will represent Analytics at internal and external meetings and will be an advocate of using analytics and data to solve problems.

Summary of Key Responsibilities

  • Lead analytical projects to protect the firm from exposure to Financial Crime Risk
  • Manage other analysts (as required) to deliver work of a high-standard.
  • Mentor junior members of the team in analytics and financial crime.
  • Be able to solve complex business problems using a combination of analytical tools such as SAS, Spark and R.
  • Use their knowledge of financial crime to ensure that best practice is adopted.

Summary of Key Competencies

  • The candidate we're looking for will have applied knowledge of some of the following:
  • SAS, R, Spark, Python, Analytics, Statistical Modelling, Machine Learning, Big Data
  • The candidate will also need to have experience of the following:
  • People/Stakeholder management
  • Project management
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • The candidate will be both an Analytics SME and a Financial Crime SME. Knowledge of retail banking and fraud is desirable.

Qualifications/Accreditation's/Professional Membership & Level


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