Global Security and Investigations protects the firm's employees and assets throughout the world. This responsibility includes the development of security and safety policies and procedures, regulatory and legislative compliance, Security guard management and alarm response, crisis management, ATM, branch and corporate building security and customer safety, physical crime investigations, workplace violence, fire and life safety, executive protection, due diligence, pre-employment screening, security operations on a global basis, fraud Investigations and cyber security.
The Investigator in this role will:
Independently conduct internal and external investigations. Investigation duties include gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses and suspects, documenting in case management system, working with law enforcement for the prosecution of investigations, complying with regulatory requirements, GSI Fraud Investigation Division policies and identifying control and procedural issues.
Work closely with law enforcement related to the regulatory reporting and prosecution of investigations.
Generally makes decisions independently, but will consult with management on more complex issues.
Gather thorough/accurate evidence for multiple case assignments including: financial profiles, tracing financial transactions, and reviewing background information on suspects.
Document key data and issues related to the investigation, completes investigative fieldwork and communicates the results in various written work products.
Will come in contact with highly sensitive and confidential information.
Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of bank operations, policies, and procedures required to facilitate investigations.
Demonstrate independent decision making and keeps GS&I-FID management briefed on investigations.
Maintain relationships with peers from law enforcement and regulatory bodies to stay current on issues affecting the firm.
Gain information to aid GS&I-FID fraud detection and investigations methodology.
Collect and evaluate ideas, technology, and industry risks.
May involve forensic investigative analysis to support an investigation
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business, related field or work experience required.
Minimum of 10 years experience in financial fraud investigations or related Law Enforcement.
Industry recognized certifications such as CFE, PCI, etc. are preferred
JPMorgan Chase is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/D/V
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JPMorgan Chase - 2 years ago
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