Investigator II - #689989

Ameriprise Financial


Date: 1 week ago

City: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Contract type: Full Time

Work schedule: Full Day

Investigate, analyze, monitor, review, and resolve the issues of suspected fraud against company and client assets that represent regulatory, fraud, financial, and/or brand risk to the firm by providing advanced investigative and analytical support. Work with cases that may include, but are not limited to, fraud or theft perpetrated against client accounts, products, services, employees, compliance matters, and company policy violations




Responsibilities



  • Conduct internal/external investigations of high risk compliance matters, financial fraud, and other sensitive/internal matters. Investigate low-to-medium risk matters relative to financial risk, scope, and complexity. Provide advanced investigative and analytic support, gather and track related information, and make appropriate recommendations.
  • Complete data mining of internal and external systems to obtain appropriate supporting documentation. Complete basic data analysis to identify potential problems and mitigate risk throughout the firm. Work with clients and other departments on escalated and high-profile investigations.
  • Analyze and interpret account transactions to identify fraudulent and suspicious activity. Take the necessary steps to detect fraudulent accounts, monitor for controlled addresses, and meet the requirements of the USA PATRIOT Act.
  • Assist business and staff units to review and assess potential problems and risk exposures. Create, manage, and implement processes and procedures. Provide detailed subject matter support on projects.
  • Maintain current knowledge of industry practices, developments, products, services and trends, including relevant laws and regulations related to fraud and compliance.
  • Provide training to investigators on processes and other departments on emerging fraud trends.







Required Qualifications



  • Bachelors degree or equivalent (4-years)
  • 3-5 years of relevant experience
  • Demonstrated fraud, compliance, and investigative competencies.
  • Experience handling general investigations.
  • Solid knowledge of fraud, compliance, physical security, and relevant laws and regulations.
  • Solid interviewing skills.
  • Solid ability to manage, prioritize, and complete multiple tasks.
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills.
  • Solid analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Solid computer and software skills, including working knowledge of several internal systems from across the organization and product lines.







Preferred Qualifications



  • Facilitation skills.
  • Working knowledge of Ameriprise products, services and business lines related to area of responsibility.







About Our Company



At Ameriprise Financial, we’re not just in the business of helping clients with their financial goals – we also help our advisors and employees reach their true potential by embracing an inclusive and collaborative culture. We celebrate the unique qualities and reward the contributions of our talented, passionate employees. If you’re motivated and want to work for a strong, ethical company that cares about you and your community, take the next step with Ameriprise Financial



Ameriprise Financial is an equal opportunity employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, genetic information, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, gender identity, disability, veteran status, marital status, family status or any other basis prohibited by law.

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