Risk Investigator in Memphis, TN at First Tennessee Bank

Date Posted: 8/16/2019

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Job Description

Corporate Security Risk Investigator

Position Location: Memphis, TN

Position Overview:
Investigate multiple simultaneous internal/external cases within assigned region. Conduct interviews as appropriate. Properly document investigative results and provide recommendations for corrective actions as appropriate. Ensure cases within assigned regions are researched, documented and completed in accordance with departmental, regulatory and compliance standards. Ensure compliance with regulatory and departmental requirements by reviewing assigned cases for suspicious activity reporting – i.e. SAR. Recover corporate funds through civil recovery and/or criminal prosecution. Testify in court, if necessary, to facilitate successful criminal prosecution. Ensure compliance with appropriate state, federal and regulatory authorities for all FHNC business lines. Partner with line management to identify acceptable risk levels to provide appropriate investigative response. Coordinate with Financial Crimes Units as appropriate to identify security/fraud trends and assist in and deliver security/fraud training programs. Maintain positive working relationship with peers and participate in appropriate investigative associations to ensure awareness of industry trends. Act as a liaison with local and federal law enforcement to enhance criminal prosecution to deter fraud and realize asset recovery.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Investigate simple to moderately complex cases both internal/external events that may result, or have resulted, in a financial loss to the corporation, or involve employee wrongdoing, while ensuring ethical, legal and regulatory compliance. Interview all parties involved, identify suspects and obtain written statements. Completely and accurately document investigative results in case management system and hard copy files in accordance with regulatory and/or departmental standards. Provide recommendations for corrective action as appropriate.
• Ability to work multiple simultaneous cases and manage caseload.
• Ensure compliance with regulatory and departmental requirements by reviewing each assigned case for suspicious activity identification/reporting (i.e. – SAR).
• Partner with Financial Crimes Units (i.e. Fraud Surveillance, Case Development, etc.) to identify trends and to enhance security awareness.
• Maintain liaison with law enforcement agencies and industry peers to develop and foster communications and networking opportunities.
• Ability to effectively communicate investigative results both orally and in writing to appropriate parties.
• Perform other duties as assigned. Special projects may be assigned and will be performed under the supervision of the investigator’s immediate supervisor, manager, Corporate Security Manager or Financial Crimes Director.
Requirements Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
• Bachelor degree preferred
• Experience required: 2-4 years banking operations, law enforcement or corporate investigations
• Experience preferred: 4-6 years banking operations, law enforcement or corporate investigations.
• Knowledge of bank operations/administrative functions
• Knowledge of fraud prevention/detection procedures
• Knowledge of proper investigative procedures, bank security regulations, laws, court room testimony procedures
• Knowledge of suspicious activity identification/reporting in accordance with FinCEN suspicious activity reporting (SAR) guidelines.
• Excellent PC skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
• Detailed oriented with the ability to multi-task
Physical Requirements:
• Precise hand/eye coordination
• Basic keyboarding or other repetitive motions
• Lifting/pushing objects weighing over 10 pounds
• Lifting up to 50 pounds
• Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time
• Ability to travel and ride in a vehicle/aircraft for prolonged periods of time.

  • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender stereo typing, and age. First Tennessee is an EO employer – M/F/Vets/Disabled.
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