What’s the role?

Disputes and Investigations (DI) practice has set a new standard for bringing a practical, results-oriented approach to solving problems related to business forensics, complex disputes, and regulatory interventions. From the boardroom to the courtroom, the firm delivers a wide array of solutions to contentious situations by drawing on the deep skills, diverse disciplines and experiences of its professionals who offer a unique ability to articulate complex findings in a clear and meaningful manner. The Disputes and Investigations practice is seeking an Analyst to be based in the Tampa office. This job function will contain a significant amount of administrative work, concurrent with technical function training in Financial Crimes as we prepare the Analyst to take on roles of greater responsibility, including client projects, business development, and marketing.

Your day-to-day activities will include

  • The candidate will have an interest in fundamental financial crimes principles and be able to apply financial crimes compliance concepts to deliver quality client solutions and transformation. The candidate must demonstrate an interest in KYC, due diligence, transaction analysis, sanctions, export controls, and white-collar crimes concepts and possess the skills needed for advancement
  • Assist with client matters involving Financial Crimes
  • Complete administrative tasks related to client billing, project management, business development, and marketing
  • Review or investigate origins of entries and unrecorded transactions; review and verify source documents
  • Demonstrate the ability to draft letters, document requests and sections of reports for review by senior staff
  • Provide timely and consistent updates to supervisors on the progress of work assignments
  • Interact with clients in an appropriate and professional manner
  • Maintain the confidentiality of the organization’s clients
  • Complete all assignments with a high level of attention to detail, as work product may be subject to review by courts and/or government agencies
  • Actively work to identify and minimize risk on projects and proposals
  • Work with our team to create and modify presentations and industry articles and attend business development calls and functions
  • Perform other related duties and assignments as required

What knowledge, skills & experience we need

  • Bachelor of Arts or Science degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration
  • Prior Financial Crime experience (KYC, AML, Due Diligence, transaction monitoring etc) highly desired
  • Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under time constraints
  • Comfort working in dynamic situations, oftentimes with changing deadlines and assignments as a project progresses
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels
  • Demonstrate high-level proficiency in MS Office programs (Excel, Word and PowerPoint), and work paper organizational skills
  • Competency with database software, such as Access and SQL, a plus (but not required)
  • Ability to process and analyze large sets of data
  • Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be highly motivated and possess excellent analytical, organizational, research, problem-solving, social, communication and computer skills
  • Must be willing and able to travel, as necessary, including internationally, and possibly on short notice (up to 25%)
  • High level of discretion, as many projects will be highly confidential

Next steps

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Tell me more

  • Location: Tampa
  • Rate: DOE
  • Work Pattern: Standard business hours
  • Start Dates: TBC
  • Duration: TBC