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Associate Director / Director, Investigations, Global Coverage

  • Reputable Financial Institution
  • Global Investigations Team
  • Attractive Package & Benefits

Our client is a reputable international financial institution offering a diverse range of services across Life Insurance, Pension, Wealth Management and Asset Management. With increasing business activities and a solid growth strategy in place, the Group is now seeking a high-calibre Investigations professionals to join the Group Investigations team, based in Hong Kong.

The key responsibilities for this position are as follows:

  • Reporting to the Group Head of Investigations and be a senior member of the team conducting complex and sensitive investigations across regions.
  • Manage and conduct, independent or with team members, a diverse portfolio of investigations ranging from whistleblowing, fraud, conduct, financial crimes, ABC etc.
  • Provide high quality investigation case reporting / documentation, conduct effective investigation interviews.
  • Deploy data analytics and utilize digital forensics and eDiscovery techniques and tools where appropriate.
  • Act as an advisor, guide and work with local country investigation teams, business units and functions on investigation cases to be conducted locally.
  • Involve in assurance testing, identify and remediate controls weakness.
  • Present investigation cases as Court evidence when required.
  • Coordinate effectively with internal and external parties and resources, maintain a network of relevant external contacts in the investigation space.
  • Keep up-to-date with industry development and provide strategic views and forward-thinking plans and ideas to senior management.

Successful applicants will have the following skills and experience:

  • Director level requires minimum 15-20 years relevant experience gained from Law Enforcement, Investigation, Forensic. Associate Director level requires 10 – 15 years experience.
  • Regional or Global exposure from Financial Services, regulated industries, large MNCs or Forensic Practices within Big 4, Law Firms and / or Specialist Consulting Firms.
  • Must have experience in managing whistleblowing investigations in addition to fraud, conduct, ABC, privacy, financial crimes.
  • China experience is highly advantageous.
  • Understanding of International, Asia, US and UK laws and regulatory requirements and frameworks applicable.
  • Familiar with digital forensic / eDiscovery methodologies, practices and investigation tools.
  • Proven experience in projects delivery and management.
  • Strategic mindset and ability to come up with forward-thinking strategies and ideas.
  • Willingness to travel when required.
  • Excellent written and spoken skills in report writing and presentations.
  • Effective communicator with fluency in English, ideally with Mandarin or one Asian language.

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