Internal Fraud Risk Manager (Hyderabad)
Working as part of a global Internal Fraud function, you will be responsible for the implementing a comprehensive internal fraud risk management framework covering Paysafe’s development centre in Hyderabad.
You will have an expert knowledge of fraud, with an in depth understanding of fraud risks, fraud prevention and awareness of industry wide fraud risks.
A good understanding of the Software / Product Development Lifecycle including IT project accounting will give you a competitive advantage for this role, as will experience working in the payments / financial services industry.
You should have outstanding facilitation skills and experience of influencing senior management at a Divisional Director level and above, both individually and collectively in decision forums.
You will need excellent written communication skills enabling you to provide comprehensive reports for use at board level.
Implementation of an internal fraud risk management framework for Paysafe’s India operation in Hyderabad, with initiatives covering prevention, detection and response workstreams.
Carry out fraud risk assessments to ensure early identification of internal fraud risks and ensure that these are managed in line with group strategy.
Review existing control environment and asses effectiveness against known fraud schemes. Identify control gaps and create insightful analysis to support the implementation of new controls to reduce fraud risk.
Actively engage internal stakeholders throughout the business to ensure that remediation plans are implemented on time and to the necessary standard.
Fully investigate all known instances of internal fraud, ensuring integrity of evidence always. Carry out root cause analysis and propose remedial actions to reduce likelihood of recurrence.
Deliver antifraud education, awareness and training initiatives to promote a fraud prevention culture across the Hyderabad office.
Actively demonstrate understanding of fraud risk management, whilst conscious of the needs of the business and its customers.
Provide comprehensive and timely risk reporting for governance committees.
Experience and profile required :
Minimum 5 years of fraud prevention and / or audit experience. Recognised fraud prevention / audit / accountancy qualification desired CFE, ACFS, CIA, CPA, CA.
Excellent knowledge of SDLC and associated risks desired, with technical audit experience and / or qualification CISA, CISSP.
Good knowledge in IT project accounting.
Experience conducting fraud risk assessments and investigations.
Experience in creating business cases with clear forecasted benefits. Ability to influence and achieve buyin from senior management.
Must be a good communicator with strong stakeholder management skills.
Ability to 'spot' emerging issues and escalate to director and executive level when the level of risk deems it necessary, especially those that are customer impacting.
Confident and positive mentality with a handson and proactive approach.
Must be able to work independently, managing time and multiple work streams effectively.