Closing Date: 17 August 2012
Main purpose of the job
Our Group Financial Crime Control (GFCC) function supports Standard Bank Group by minimising the overall impact of financial crime, ensuring the safety of our people and assets and increasing the trust of our stakeholders.
We aim to proactively prevent, detect, report and respond to all financial crime matters in order to mitigate economic loss, reputational risk and regulatory sanction across Standard Bank Group. To do this our GFCC teams cover a wide variety of different issues. These include investigating staff misconduct and allegations of theft, fraud, corruption and robberies, as well as syndicate related matters and issues that might be a risk to our business reputation. Ultimately, we aim to make our staff and group assets safe, while ensuring our customers trust in Standard Bank.
The GFCC graduate trainee will assist with the duties and tasks associated with the roles and responsibilities of a financial crime investigator in Standard Bank and the financial services industry. This involves the understanding of investigation planning, obtaining evidence, document control, quality control and legal considerations. The job requires attention to detail and a commitment to accuracy.