Financial Analyst (Albany, NY)
Labat - New York, NY

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Company Overview

USIS | LABAT , an Altegrity company, is a leading federal security solution provider that supports National Security initiatives around the globe for over 15 years with more than 6,600 employees working in all 50 states and overseas. We offer state-of-the-art solutions in Construction Surveillance, Intel Analysis, Physical/Personnel/Facility Security, Investigative Analytics, Security Analytics, Counter-Surveillance, Personal Security, Infrastructure Protection, Litigation Support, Records Management, Cyber/Forensics, Training & Law Enforcement, and Immigration Investigation.

Position Description:
We have an exciting opportunity for a Financial Analyst in Albany, NY.

Provides financial analysis and investigation to combat financial fraud. Reviews and evaluates financial transactions and business and governmental operations to identify fraudulent conduct and practices in government, healthcare, mortgage transactions and other banking, securities transactions and other corporate activity, procurement, and bankruptcies. Conducts financial analysis, forensic accounting and auditing, and financial investigations, assisting Assistant United States Attorneys (AUSA) with the investigation and prosecution of financial crimes, often in connection with law enforcement agents. This individual will work under the supervision of the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division.

Plans and conducts financial analysis and investigation. Cases frequently involve target organizations with complicated financial and operational structures, such as large corporate entities that have diverse products, fields, or activities, and foreign and/or domestic subsidiaries, and groups or individuals adept at concealing their fraudulent intentions and conduct. Individual cases involve most of the following duties:

Reviews and analyzes the financial and management operations of a variety of governmental, commercial, industrial, financial and corporate organizations. Gathers and examines a wide array of financial documents obtained from a variety of sources, including financial statements, accounting records, operating reports, billing records, invoices, data processing material, bank records, and other documents pertaining to the transactions, events, or allegations under investigation. Uses financial reports and automated systems to review data and transactions. Reconstructs partial or inadequate records. Works closely with AUSAs (and often with law enforcement agents) to identify or confirm violations involving transactions conducted by the targets to obtain or conceal illegal financial gains.

Develops a financial profile of the organization, group, or individual whose conduct is being investigated, determining the nature of the fraudulent scheme and activity, the identities, roles, and relationships of participants, obtaining evidence of the same, interviewing potential witnesses, identifying pertinent transactions and events, and presenting findings and recommendations to AUSAs (and often law enforcement agents) and supervisors.

Demonstrates familiarity with applicable federal, state, local, tribal, and international laws to the extent necessary to make sound decisions on the direction and scope of the analysis and appropriate findings and recommendations, and carries out missions based on applicable law and DOJ and USAO rules, policies, and objectives.

Prepares interim reports on the progress of analyses and investigations for use by AUSAs and supervisory attorneys. Includes findings and conclusions, recommendations for additional investigative actions, and assessments of• the strengths and weaknesses of witnesses, documentary evidence, or other aspects of the case.

Discusses cases and investigations with AUSAs, law enforcement agents, and supervisors and recommends further courses of action, such as additional investigation and/or institution of administrative, civil, or criminal proceedings.

Assists in trial preparation and trial presentation.

Works with paralegal specialists, automated litigation support specialists, and others in compiling documents and physical evidence, creating detailed charts, graphs, summaries, videotapes, and other audio-visual materials for use in court documents and proceedings, including motions and at trial.

Provides advice and assistance to AUSAs on the identification, selection, preparation, and presentation of documents, witnesses, and other evidence. Presents oral briefings and testimony and prepares written material to be used as evidence in court proceedings. Testifies in court as indicated.

Participates in conferences, meetings, and discussions with AUSAs and other members of USAOs, representatives of federal, state, local, tribal, and international agencies (law enforcement and otherwise), governmental and private organizations, and businesses, including task forces, groups, and entities targeting public corruption, health care fraud, mortgage fraud, bankruptcy fraud, securities fraud, and procurement fraud.

Performs other related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Knowledge of financial theory and principles and of the financial and management organization, operations, and practices of government, corporations, and other business entities. This knowledge is applied in conducting analyses of documents, records, transactions, practices, and activities to identify financial fraud.

Knowledge of the laws, regulations, and procedures applied in fraud investigations and cases. Basic knowledge of economics, accounting principles, and auditing standards.

Knowledge of financial institutions including banks, brokerage houses, credit unions, mortgage lenders, etc., and their relationships in financial transactions.

Skill in analysis, investigation, judgment, advice, and assistance in financial fraud investigations and cases, and the preparation and presentation of oral and written financial reports to AUSAs, USAO management, judges, and juries.

Must be a US Citizen and able to obtain a security clearance.

  • Employment contingent upon successful completion of background investigation. Pre-employment drug screening required. All resumes are held in confidence. No recruiters or agencies without a previously signed contract. No faxes please. Only candidates whose profiles closely match requirements will be contacted during this search.
USIS, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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