Senior Manager, Strategic Intelligence, Open to flexibility

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Location
Birmingham, London
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
14 Nov 2018
Closes
14 Dec 2018
Ref
630747
Contact
Lloyds Banking Group
Contract Type
Permanent

Senior Manager, Strategic Intelligence, Open to flexibility

At Lloyds Banking Group, we have a clear purpose; to help Britain prosper and to become the best bank for our customers. What we do makes a genuine difference to families, businesses and communities and we're playing a central role in creating a thriving UK economy.

The Group FIU is a dedicated intelligence team that helps to protect the bank and its customers from fraud and financial crime threats. Internally within LBG it generates intelligence on how criminals might attempt to circumvent the bank's controls.

Externally it supports law enforcement in the detection and prevention of financial crime or in the response to terrorist incidents. The Industry Engagement and Intelligence Oversight team sits within this team.

As the Senior Manager, you'll:

  • Provide timely and reliable intelligence on thematic issues of strategic fraud and financial crime importance to the bank, to inform Group risk appetite, risk management decisions and support risk model validation.
  • Develop strategic threat assessments (including horizon scanning) and recommendations for improvements in fraud and financial controls.
  • Conduct and lead in-depth analysis and research to develop intelligence on customers and trends.
  • Maintain governance and oversight of the quality and controls across the team in accordance with the FIU operating framework.
  • Build strong and sustainable relationships internally and externally to support knowledge sharing with industry and government bodies as well as to obtain and exchange information, identify the best way to deliver results.
  • Represent the Group at internal and external fraud and financial crime and industry intelligence forums.

You'll have practical experience of intelligence and investigative derived from a Government, Law Enforcement of Financial Institutions background.

Knowledge of fraud and financial crime risk and controls is needed, together with the leadership skills to develop and build a team. You'll have excellent written and verbal communication skills which will include report writing, analysis and presentation to senior audiences and the ability to influence senior audiences as representation at internal and external fraud and financial crime and industry intelligence forums will be a key part of this role.

You'll possess excellent investigative, analytical and problem solving skills which give you the ability to articulate complex intelligence issues.

In addition to the salary range quoted we'd also offer you a comprehensive package which includes:

  • A performance-related bonus
  • Car allowance and car purchase schemes
  • Private health cover
  • A flexible cash pot you can adapt to suit your lifestyle
  • Share schemes, including free shares
  • A generous pension contribution
  • 30 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Colleague discounted products and discounted high street shopping

In return for your expertise, you'll enjoy our total dedication to your on-going personal and professional development. As a valued member of the team, we'll support you to grow and advance through excellent training and progression opportunities.

We're passionate about diversity and equal opportunity. We're fully committed to building a workforce which reflects the diversity of the customers and communities we serve. We're also potentially able to offer you opportunities to investigate a flexible working pattern (e.g. occasional home working and compressed working patterns).

So if you have the Strategic Intelligence experience we're seeking then we'd love to hear from you...

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