Corporate Intelligence / Financial Crime Consultant

Investigative due diligence leaders

  • Location : London 
  • Salary : £28,000 - £33,000 
  • Nearest Station : Liverpool Street 
  • Application Closing Date : 22 August 2022 
  • Placement : Graduate Job ( permanent ) 
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    • London  
    • £28,000 - £33,000 
    • Liverpool Street 
    • 22 August 2022 
    • Graduate Job ( permanent ) 

    Job Description

    Selected as one of the top Fintech/Regtech companies by PWC, Accenture, UBS and ING, this company have set new standards in Investigative Due Diligence. By using proprietary software, AI, and natural language processing, they have developed a revolutionary platform used by large enterprise clients all over the world. They work to prevent Financial Crime, Manage counter-party risks, and Investment Due Diligence.
      
    After their exponential growth in 2022, they are now looking to take on a new batch of Corporate Intelligence/Financial Crime Consultants to help the company reach its ambitious growth targets for the year ahead.
      
    ⭐️ You will receive full training, a clear career development plan, connections with experienced professionals within finance, cyber security and law, and an opportunity to gain rich experience in a fast-growing company!
      
    Key responsibilities:
      
    • Gather detailed intelligence using open source and paid services
    • Analyse gathered intelligence and identify links between key pieces of information
    • Produce summary reports to highlight key information, links and risks
    • Client facing responsibilities including OSINT demonstrations, projects management, pre and post-delivery debriefings
    • Onshore and offshore collaboration with our global teams
    • Client engagement and relationship management
      
    Skills and experience:
      
    • Ability to conduct in-depth research using specialist open source tools and techniques to reveal hidden insights on individuals and companies
    • Excellent investigative skills and a curious mind
    • The ability to operate in a logical and investigative manner and to pay attention to detail
    • Analytical ability to identify links and connections using contextual information
    • Ability to produce high quality reports using visualisation techniques and self-quality assure
    • Good verbal/written communication skills to deliver key messages in short and punchy manner
    • Ability to deal sensitively and appropriately with confidential information
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and online based application
    • Strong planning and organisational skills
    • Ability to manage own time whilst working to tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
    • Ability to take initiatives to help drive the company growth
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