Fraud Strategy Analyst
Salary £40000 - £60000 per annum + benefits
Location East Midlands
Consultant Rachel Brooks
Date posted 14 October 2016
The Fraud Strategy Analyst will be responsible for building and utilising strategies across four key portfolios, including corporate and digital payments, for a major card services and payment company.
Key Responsibilities of the Fraud Strategy Analyst:
- Assist the Senior Manager in construction of short term and long-term plans with associated benefits of strategies that are to be developed to reduce fraud across portfolios.
- Evaluate, analyse and leverage a range of statistical and written information in order to recommend, review and implement decisions that will have a positive impact on the P&L for these.
- Analysis of current and historic data (e.g. authorisations, write off data) to keep our systems at the cutting edge of fraud detection.
- Regular evaluation of fraud strategies that are implemented from both an operational and financial benefit perspective. Suggest changes and improvements as necessary.
- Provide necessary support and guidance to new products and services from a fraud perspective.
- Develop and support business cases for a variety fraud initiatives.
The successful Fraud Strategy Analyst will:
- Be degree educated in a mathematical or scientific subject (2:1 and above)
- Proficiency in analytics, and a good knowledge in SAS
- Have a background in strategy in either a banking or financial services environment
- Be able to communicate effectively
- Have 2+ years experience in either a fraud or credit risk
This role is working for a major card services and payment company based in the East Midlands.
If this sounds like the position for you, please contact Rachel Brooks on 0161 214 7400 for further information or apply online today.