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Fraud/RISK or Controls Testing
Ref No.: 18-18447
Location: New York, New York
The Anti-Fraud workstream of the AFC T&R Programme is responsible for supporting the Anti-Fraud, Bribery and Corruption (AFBC) the design and implementation of the Anti-Fraud framework within DB, the strategy to prevent, detect and investigate fraud and issuance of internal policy and procedures.
The threat of fraudulent attacks on the bank and its clients manifests itself in rapidly evolving ways, both internally and externally, and remains one of DB's highest non-financial risks, and as such all programmes targeted at reducing and mitigating fraud risk are visible at the highest levels in the organisation.
This workstream is currently being extended to an enterprise-wide line of sight on fraud risk, which significantly increases both the scope of oversight, and the complexity of the governance required. Broader fraud risks and taxonomies exist in HR, IT, Legal and Compliance, for instance. The oversight of DB progress by monitors and regulators has also increased significantly and requires strong planning, execution and governance to be in place throughout the ongoing transformation and remediation efforts.
We are looking for a PMO to work within the Anti-Fraud T&R workstream to help manage the governance, accountability, analysis and reporting of the Anti-Fraud T&R workstream, ensuring successful delivery of the objectives of the workstream and the broader DB imperatives in relation to Anti-Fraud. The role will report to the Anti-Fraud workstream lead, and partner with Central AFC T&R PMO to ensure defined standards are met.



• Conduct gap analysis between current fraud testing environment and areas of focus, based on risk appetite, risk assessment results and corporate strategy
• Design testing methodology for fraud first line of defence testing
• Oversee testing results and collate management reports relating to the same
• Advise business on development of process enhancements where necessary resulting from gaps identified through testing