A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an Economic Crime Policy Manager with a major body. You will have a heavy policy focus on fraud and cyber-crime, but portfolios may be adjusted within the team depending on the candidate.
The post holder will:
- Play a leading role in policy work on fraud, including existing work through the relevant committees and new work to be taken forward following the PSR consultation on contingent liability. The post holder will also support engagement with regulators, and also with the Home Office, and law enforcement on the Joint Fraud Taskforce;
- Support policy work on Anti Money Laundering and Bribery and Corruption including acting as secretariat to the Money Laundering Advisory Panel (MLAP) and the Anti-Bribery and Corruption Panel. The post holder will support and as required lead engagement with HMG and regulators and help coordinate activity in response to any HMG consultations on economic crime issues;
- Support Cyber Crime policy work including cyber-enabled fraud. This will include working closely with external partners as necessary;
- Support work on the Economic Crime Engagement Strategy, including working with colleagues on engagement plans for different types of economic crime.
You will have:
- Technical knowledge of economic crime, in particular one or more of fraud, money laundering and/or bribery and corruption;
- Or experience of Policy development ideally in financial services;
- Working in and/or with the financial sector;
- Engagement with law enforcement, regulators and HMG;
- Verbal briefings to internal committees.