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Details last updated at 18:10 on Thursday 14 December 2017
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Anti-Bribery & Corruption Officer (ABCO), Hong Kong, POLICE

Position: Anti-Bribery & Corruption Officer (ABCO)
Location(s): Hong Kong
Job description: The Role reports to the Group Head Financial Crime Prevention for performance management and day to day purposes. However, a key feature of the role is the relationship with, and support provided to the various ABC Officers within the Business Units and Regional Offices. Of prime importance is the collation, analysis and dissemination of Risk assessment, Management information and intelligence on trends in financial crime to all relevant Group Businesses as well as Open Source Intelligence. A high level of confidentiality and integrity is required and an ability to liaise and influence/engage at all levels to provide a professional and added-value service.

Accountabilities
To manage the collation and dissemination of all relevant information/intelligence on ABC matters to assist in the development and on-going maintenance of a group wide ABC Risk assessment that will be approved by Senior Management on an on-going basis.
Assist/accompany Group Head Financial Crime Prevention in preparing pre visit CSA questionnaires, collating responses, tracking and reporting on ABC Current State Assessments conducted around the various Business Units (BUs). Liaise with various BUs re Current State Assessments (CSA).
Ensure all relevant Group Security ABC Policies and Procedures are in line with ever changing legislation and recommending amendments where necessary.
Assist the Group Head of Financial Crime Investigation by providing specific intelligence to assist in the investigation of ABC criminal allegations and where required support the investigation processes.
Maintaining existing and developing relationships with key BU personnel and external contacts (law enforcement/ Government agencies/ other insurers).
Contribute to anti - financial crime related projects including the New Case Management System and the resulting MI/reporting it will create.
Assist compilation of the Annual Financial Crime Report to the Group Audit Committee and other bodies.
To research and prepare reports and training materials re ABC.
To present and contribute to tailored ABC workshops and events.
Provide a focal point for Group Security to be source point for ABC intelligence from both internal and external sources.
To identify and disseminate ABC/fraud trends in a pro-active manner which may affect the Groups business.
Develop the numerous sources of ABC/fraud intelligence, both open source and by subscription or membership.
Candidate profile: You must be based regionally and have a regional language with excellent English
Current knowledge and experience of ABC/fraud intelligence sources, collation and analysis.
Good knowledge of criminal law relating to ABC/fraud and investigative legislation.
An understanding and experience of financial crime investigations.
Ability to interact with all levels of management, external bodies and policy holders.
Good presentation and analysis skills.
Ability to deal with extremely confidential and sensitive intelligence in an appropriate and tactful manner.
Willingness to work outside of the recognised core hours and to travel as necessary.

Essential Criteria
Extensive knowledge in using intelligence and research material with the ability to analyse the results in a meaningful way within a commercial environment preferably within financial services.
Ability to retain extremely sensitive data in a confidential and compliant manner.
Very good written and report writing skills with a preference for a degree education .
High integrity to interact with both internal and external contacts within a regulatory environment.
High computer literacy to interrogate data sources.
Attention to detail, self-motivation and initiative.
Ability to act on your own and also be a team worker among highly experienced colleagues adding sector experience and input.


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Fraud Investigations Trainer, London, POLICE

Position: Fraud Investigations Trainer
Location(s): London
Job description: A rapidly growing online gaming company seeks a Contract Trainer with a background and experience investigating fraud and working with the police. The training will likely take place in the London office, and include staff from other locations.
Candidate profile: The Trainer will work with the business to custom design a course training staff how to prepare and present evidence to the police on fraud cases. Topics will include for example: taking witness statements, reporting writing, gathering evidence, and preparing evidence, etc. With knowledge of laws such as Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, Data Protection Act.


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