Manager - UKI, FIDS, Investigations
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|Job Title:||Manager - UKI, FIDS, Investigations|
|Contact Name:||Ben Kinley|
|Job Published:||5 months ago|
About The Role
Despite the best efforts of internal controls and risk departments, corporate fraud continues to challenge businesses across the globe. From asset misappropriation to financial statement fraud, no company is immune. When facing acts of fraud, government regulatory inquiries, major litigation or transactional disputes, clients know that we have the investigative experience they need, when they need it.
The Forensic Investigations and Disputes Services (FIDS) team is growing in line with vision 2020, and as a Fraud and Investigations Manager you’ll play a key role in that growth. Working with clients across all industries, you’ll develop innovative recommendations to some of the most challenging fraud issues around. Since we work with such a diverse portfolio of clients across industries, you can expect to take on a wide range of fraud prevention and detection projects, making this a great place to develop your skills and business knowledge.
Because all clients have unique issues, it’s no exaggeration to say you’ll never be doing the same type of investigation for too long. You’ll work with our clients’ legal counsel, internal audit and compliance departments investigating complex issues and developing practical solutions that address operational challenges. It’s all about using your technical skills to creatively assess and resolve our clients’ needs from the front lines.
Skills and attributes for success
You will have knowledge and experience:
Auditing companies and general accounts preparation
Valuation and finance concepts (e.g. cost of capital, risk adjusted discount rates)
Modelling, testing, documenting financial scenarios and anticipating challenges
Analysing strengths/weaknesses of opposing cases, formulating alternative damage scenarios and advising on strategic implications
Different dispute resolution mechanisms (eg trial, civil hearing, mediation, arbitration, regulatory/competition tribunals)
Corruption investigations and knowledge of regulatory environment including corruption issues (Bribery Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, OECD convention on corruption, local corruption legislation, enforcement trends)
Fraud and forensic investigations (eg occupational fraud, bankruptcy and insolvency, insurance fraud, mortgage fraud, procurement fraud)
Preparation of forensic/expert witness reports including review, analysis and verification of evidence
To qualify for the role you must have
Strong academic record including a degree (in any subject)
Professional accountancy qualification
Experience of understanding, digesting, explaining, analysing company accounts and financial information
Skills in Excel, Word, PowerPoint
The firm offers competitive remuneration package where you’ll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. The firm's comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development, and with the firms flex benefits package you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions.
In addition to:
Support, coaching and feedback from some of the most engaging colleagues around
Opportunities to develop new skills and progress your career
The freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that’s right for you
The firm is committed to being an inclusive employer and is happy to consider flexible working arrangements. The firm strives to achieve the right balance for its people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While the client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, the flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.