Manager, Financial Crime - Vancouver
Job Type: Permanent
Reference code: 125485
Primary Location: Vancouver, BC
All Available Locations: Vancouver, BC
Salary Range: $83,000 - $144,000
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Are you looking for an opportunity to work with the Financial Crime Team within the Deloitte Forensic practice? Read more below!
What will your typical day look like?
You will work collaboratively with a diverse team including forensic accountants, lawyers and data specialists with expertise in investigations, anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing, open source intelligence, computer forensics, and e-discovery to apply a structured project management approach that fully satisfies clients and delivers project profitability. You will contribute to project planning and status reporting. You will also analyze financial and non-financial data, review email and publicly available records to identify issues and recommend solutions to project teams. You will begin to cultivate client relationships. This opportunity will allow you to develop your expertise as a financial crime investigator and team member as well as your reputation as a business advisor while you contribute to the growth and development of the practice.
About the team
Deloitte's team of forensic professionals helps clients react quickly and confidently in a crisis, investigation, or dispute. Deloitte forensic specialists use their global network, deep industry experience, and advanced analytical technology to understand and resolve issues. They deliver the proactive advice clients need to reduce the risk of future problems. They advise clients and their counsel by identifying, investigating and resolving financial irregularities and other behaviour resulting in financial, reputational and/or regulatory risk. The Forensic team also works with clients and their counsel to address complex and unexpected business disputes, class actions and associated litigation as well as computer forensic and e-discovery matters.
More specifically, Deloitte's team of Forensic professionals identify and investigate a wide range of financial crime including allegations of fraud, theft, money laundering, bribery and corruption, other financial irregularities and regulatory issues impacting clients in Canada and worldwide across all industries. They apply a variety of quantitative and qualitative techniques to analyze and mitigate alleged incidents of misconduct, identify the participants, secure evidence, locate/recover misappropriated assets and bring about a timely resolution to financial litigation.
Enough about us, let’s talk about you
You are someone with:
- Undergraduate degree in accounting, business administration, economics or a related field.
- Professional accounting designation preferred (e.g. CPA, CA); Additional specialization recommended (e.g. DIFA, CFF, CAMS, CFE).
- 5-7 years of experience in financial crime-related matters/forensic accounting.
- Experience in consulting or providing external advisory services.
- Demonstrated strong team and project management skills
- Proven project problem diagnosis, client reporting, keen attention to detail, high level of proficiency with all Microsoft applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint,), excellent communication skills.
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