Job Code: 29261/CH
Practice Area: Fraud
Recruitment Partner: Caitlin Horsfield
We are one of Europe’s most innovative Law firms as voted by the Financial Times.
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With offices nationwide and overseas, we are growing and are looking for top talent to come on board and be part of our success.
Main function of job:
To undertake investigations into suspected fraudulent insurance claims, report as to findings drawing evidenced premises and inferences in ordered to make informed and logical conclusions and make clear recommendations, in order to assist and drive cases forward.
- Responsible to: Intelligence Manager and Insurance Fraud Partner
- Liaison with: Insurance Clients, and the wider insurance fraud team.
- Interrogate a large number of different databases and systems
- Conduct searches and investigations
- Identify commonalities, key attractors and trends within data sets
- Conduct different styles of analysis appropriate to the data set and the nature of the investigation
- Handle and conduct investigations, working to deadlines
- Ensure investigations are concentrated and specific
- Be able to understand and adapt investigations to fit with the direction of litigation.
- Prepare high quality intelligence reports surrounding investigations/analysis conducted.
- Ability to draw evidenced premises in order to make informed inferences to draw logical conclusion from which recommendations can be made in order to drive cases forward
- Work as part of an analytical/investigation team
- Liaise with clients and other insurers/agencies
- Handle data appropriately, safely and sensitively, and always in compliance with business risk/ compliance directives, and Data Protection Act requirements.
- A minimum of one years experience as an analyst working within the fraud or law enforcement sector.
- Keen and analytical mind
- High level of computer literacy and competence will be required, knowledge of SQL/ databases an advantage
- Formal analytical training is preferred
- Experience and training of i2 software, iBase8, and Analysts Notebook 8
- Experience of Excel and Access Software packages
- Experience of internet based search facilities
- Knowledge and/or experience of fraud investigation tools and procedures (particularly insurance and/or finance sector)
The above is not an exhaustive list of duties and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and the overall business objectives of the organisation.
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To apply, please click 'apply now' and provide the job reference number 29261/CH.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email Caitlin Horsfield on Caitlin.Horsfield@dwf.law.
No agency CVs will be accepted unless formally instructed on this specific role by the Recruitment Team.