Investigator - Enforcement
Our client is looking for an Investigator to join their Enforcement Team.
The Role: Responsibility for contributing to the efficient progression of Enforcement cases referred to the Enforcement Division from pre-referral to the point of closure.
- Scope investigation work.
- Identify and participate in the collection and analysis of evidence including drafting document requests, conducting recorded interviews with witnesses/subjects, analysis of financial/ transactional data as required.
- Draft case related documents including information requests, public statements, internal and external case related correspondence.
- Work with team members to prepare for and conclude settlement discussions.
- Work with team members to prepare and progress cases through inquiry and/or any litigation which may arise.
- Communicate with relevant case stakeholders including management, supervision, internal and external legal counsel, consultants and case subject(s) etc., to ensure timely and appropriate response to both written and oral communications.
- Exercise excellent judgment in the identification of matters arising during the investigation process to ensure that the appropriate matters are escalated properly and that risks are identified and mitigated.
- Ensure compliance with internal procedures, governance and decision-making protocols.
- Undertake line management as assigned for more junior team members.
- Act as mentor to assigned junior staff ensuring their progression in line with documented training and development plans.
- Set an example to staff to develop and maintain a positive and professional culture.
- Undertake the role in line with the Framework.
- Undertake such other ad hoc duties as assigned in furtherance of the Divisional Plan and in fulfilment of broader divisional functions, providing assistance to other members of the Division as and when required.
Key Skills and Experience:
- Hold, or be willing to work towards, a relevant professional qualification in one of the following fields - investigative practice, risk, compliance, law, accounting or AML/CFT related.
- Evidence of Continuing Professional Development.
- Evidence of strong relevant regulatory/industry practical experience in the fields of regulatory enforcement, compliance, risk, audit and/or forensic accounting.
- Highly analytical, able to interpret large volumes of complex information quickly and accurately and the ability to make logical and timely decisions, cutting through complexity, seeing the big picture and making appropriate recommendations
- Ability to work under pressure, manage a workload of varied complexity, balance competing priorities and deliver against deadlines.
- Take a thorough and methodical approach to work, demonstrating a strong attention to detail.
- Ability to interpret financial legislation and regulations.
- Demonstrates effective interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, with an ability to clearly and concisely articulate self and respond constructively to challenge.
- Ability to build and maintain working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders at all levels including the ability to influence and negotiate.
- Ability to demonstrate strong management skills.
- A high degree of self - awareness and people skills.
- Experience of working on complex investigations, inspections or assurance work, ideally in context of financial services enforcement and/or in a professional disciplinary context.
- Experience of conducting investigative or structured interviews.
- Good knowledge of financial markets/products and/or experience working with complex subject matter and liaising with stakeholders/experts.
Your specialist: Debbie Amankwa
Quote job ref: 12594
Hi, I'm Debbie and I look forward to receiving your submission for this fantastic opportunity with this business.