We’ve an opportunity for an Investigations Manager to join our Sensitive Investigations Unit team within the Group Internal Audit function at The Royal Bank of Scotland Group. This is a permanent role based in London.
Group Finance includes central finance areas, specialist teams and divisional finance teams which support our front-line businesses. Our specialist teams are; Global Finance Services (GFS), Group Chief Accountant’s (GCA), Group Corporate Finance, Group Finance Business and Executive Support (GFB&ES), Group Financial Planning and Analysis (GFP&A), Group Internal Audit (GIA), Group Strategy, Group Tax, Group Treasury, and Investor Relations. Our divisional teams are; Business Services Finance, Corporate Banking Finance, Markets and International Banking (M&IB), Non-Core and APS Finance, and Retail, Wealth and Ulster (RWU) Finance.
An integral part of Group Finance, Group Internal Audit is located across the globe with over 600 employees providing executive management with opinions on how their businesses are managing risks. These activities include the management and divestment of non-core assets, and global management of operational, regulatory, credit and market risks. Group Internal Audit’s responsibility is to help the Group return to standalone strength and respond quickly and effectively to challenges.
As an Investigations Manager, you’ll be part of the Sensitive Investigations Unit (SIU) who lead and direct all investigations including; complex fraud with a risk of loss in excess of £10million, serious risk to regulatory compliance or the reputation of the Group. You’ll complete independent, objective investigations, ensuring a high quality of work undertaken by the team, which is often cross-divisional and is delivered within defined timeframes.
To be successful in this challenging and analytical role as Investigations Manager, you’ll need prior experience of investigations work, ideally gained within a banking or corporate governance environment, along with knowledge of the relevant regulatory landscape. This role may suit if you’ve a background in forensic accountancy. Additionally, an understanding of legal, statutory and regulatory environments, especially if they relate to investigations within global financial institutions is highly advantageous, as is an investigation accreditation (APCIP).
In return, we offer an excellent employee salary and 30% cash and benefit funding programme which can be tailored to suit your individual needs. In addition to financial benefits, we offer a wide selection of exclusive lifestyle offers, development and learning programmes, services and support designed to help you manage and balance your own work-life priorities.
Please note as part of our referencing process credit checks will be undertaken.
If you’d like to discuss this role in confidence please contact Claire Smith on 0131 626 9961.
Did you know that RBS has won a number of awards as a top employer in the UK in 2012? Best Business Awards ‘Best Employer’, Business In The Community Top 10 ‘Ethnic Equality’ & ‘Gender’, Working Families ‘Top 10 Employer’, Workingmums.co.uk Top Employer ‘Employee Engagement’, The Times Top 50 ‘Where Women Want to Work’, The Times Top 100 ‘Graduate Employers’, and The Sunday Times 100 ‘Best Companies to Work For’.
Salary Competitive plus cash and benefits
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Company Name RBS
Posted Date 03/11/2013 05:07:00