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Business Analyst (Level II)
Ref No.: 18-11523
Location: Dallas, Texas
The Global Financial Crimes Compliance (GFCC) Investigator performs end-to-end investigations or investigations support functions of external financial crimes activities across one or more lines of business relevant to the Investigators specific area of responsibility. In the investigative role, the Investigator conducts routine to complex investigations, including elder abuse, fraud committed by external parties, money laundering, or terrorist financing and acts as the liaison to Law Enforcement as required. Responsibilities for this role include completing investigations while ensuring cases meet or exceed closure and quality metrics, reporting facts of the investigation to assist in identifying potential operational or compliance risks, and completing Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) in a timely and accurate manner for submission to regulators and/or law enforcement. This role may partner with GFCC Risk Management, front line units or other stakeholders to resolve investigations. In an investigative support role, the Investigator may be called upon to perform quality control functions, training, communications, guidance, monitoring scenario development/enhancement input and testing, or law enforcement liaison responsibilities. This role may have Money Laundering Reporting Officer responsibilities.

Required Skills:
• Conduct routine to complex investigations in diversified operations including identifying organized criminal activities, and fraud committed against the Bank by external parties.
• Adheres to all Compliance and Regulatory Requirements. Work with Law Enforcement to pursue prosecutions of fraud suspects.
• Must be able to identify effective mitigation strategies, analyze, evaluate data and information that results in a thorough investigative effort.
•Identify control weaknesses and issues and make recommendations to FLU to close process gaps, mitigate risk, and address policy/procedure violations.
• Participates in and /or leads investigative related task forces and/or special projects that represent significant loss exposure.
• Formulates and recommends action response to allegations, files crime reports, and testifies in court proceedings. •As necessary, prepares reports for management covering investigative details, results and recommended loss and recovery prevention actions.
• May direct/coordinate activities of multiple investigators on complex investigations, and provide technical guidance to less experienced investigative staff if needed.
• Conducts interviews of suspects and witnesses, gathers comprehensive work papers and evidence in support of the overall investigation.

Desired Skills:
• Previous financial crimes investigative experience including interviewing suspects and witnesses, gathering evidentiary information and report writing skills.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong analytical skills.
• Knowledge and skill with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
• Requires a detail oriented, independent thinker with the ability to work on multiple tasks.