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Enforcement Forensic Investigators

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Financial Services Authority (FSA)
12 October 2012
12 November 2012
DR00438 or DR00440
Job Function
Contract Type
£50,000 - £110,000

Further information

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is the independent body that regulates financial service in the UK and our work helps to shape the future for the regulation of financial firms and markets, and the protection of investors and consumers.

We are looking to recruit a number of Forensic Investigators, at Associate and Advanced Associate level, to join our wholesale and retail teams. The work of these teams covers areas such as investigations into misselling, corporate governance, market manipulation and regulatory breaches by firms and individuals. Many of our cases attract large-scale media attention.

It is interesting and challenging work and as a team member it will expose you to novel problems and cutting-edge work that will stretch your skills. Depending on your level of experience, you could be involved in anything from obtaining evidence, drafting and reviewing documents and preparing cases, to managing projects and staff, and contributing to the formation, development and implementation of the FSA’s enforcement policy.

A qualified accountant with investigative experience, you will have the ability to take a well-informed view on complex evidence through the application of sound, principled analysis, and be able to determine a clear course of action. Previous forensic accounting or regulatory experience is particularly desirable. Either way you will be thorough, methodical, possess strong relationship management skills and for the Advanced Associate positions have the ability to lead and manage investigations and staff.

If you are looking for a career with more challenging, interesting and worthwhile work, then please visit quoting reference DR00438 or DR00440

Financial Services Authority (FSA)

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