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Fraud Manager

  • Location: M4 Corridor
  • Salary: £Competitive
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: CM/166714
  • Sector: Financial Crime Compliance , Corporate Security
Job Description

This role, working with a major multinational, is responsible for a managing the fraud risk to both internal and external clients; developing, operating and driving the fraud risk assessment process and delivering an end-to-end fraud detection program. You will create a work plan for high risk issues, agree prioritisation with senior management and deliver to an agreed roadmap, providing specialist fraud support for project teams and commercial bids.  Candidates should have proven and demonstrable skills in fraud management, ideally within the telecoms/technology sector, along with strong analytical and influencing skills.  You should have excellent communication and stakeholder management skills along with the ability to present business plans/strategies to support your strategic vision.  Occasional international travel may be required.

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