Jobs At Hodge
Closing Date:
29th of December 2020
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Working Hours:
Full Time

Doing the right thing is what we aim to do at Hodge.  We are a financial services business focused on the retail savings, commercial lending and retirement markets. The Hodge Foundation, a charity supporting the welfare, medical, academic and educational areas own 79% of our business. This drives us, knowing that by helping our customers to achieve their goals, we are also helping good causes that are important to us.

We have achieved significant growth over the last few years and have ambitious plans to expand further.

Fraud Investigator (First Line)

Salary: £Competitive + benefits

We are seeking a professional with knowledge of fraud and FCA/PRA regulation within UK financial services to be responsible for investigating all cases from all retail departments to help us eliminate the presence of financial crime within our business.

The role holder will report directly into our Senior Compliance Retail manager and will be a vital role within our First Line Compliance Team. The successful candidate will liaise with the Deputy Money Laundering Officer as well as many other areas of the business to conduct thorough investigations.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Accurately investigate fraud and money laundering referrals for Mortgages, Commercial Lending and Savings business units
  • Investigate through key financial crime systems to identify target matches
  • Review and investigate transaction monitoring reports for suspicious activity
  • Work with the second line compliance team and MLRO to refer cases as appropriate
  • Liaise and respond to law enforcement requests
  • Maintain accurate records of each investigation, outcome and policy exception.

Candidates must be able to understand an apply bank financial crim policies as well as have the ability to apply industry regulations such as Money Laundering directives while also ensuring all requirements are dealt with in a timely and efficient manner.

The ability to build strong and collaborative working relationships with key stakeholders and members of the management team is essential, along with strong communication and effective reporting skills.

This is a new and exciting role and will suit a motivated and ambitious individual who is a self-starter.  Candidates will need to demonstrate a background of fraud or financial crime roles within the banking environment. Previous experience of analysing and investigating fraud and financial crime is key requirement for the role.

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