Momenta were tasked to resource for 100 new roles at multiple levels for a large-scale Fee for No Service remediation project. The project was secured at the start of the COVID-19 global pandemic, with tranches of intakes of 20 people per week commencing from the beginning of April 2020 - where Momenta faced new global internal and external challenges for the first time.
To source, assess, interview and on-board associates within a 2.5 week timeframe from the initial resource request. The client had a skills shortage of compliance assurance analysts and pre-vet resource, to conduct all the pre-vet checks of the financial advisors across the client advice channels.
Momenta were initially tasked to resource for 20 Financial Crime Analysts within 5 working days for a new client in 2017. The expectation was to fulfill these roles quickly, and ensure they could all commence on the same day together for training.
A big oil and gas firms required assistance implementing an early fraud warning service. Momenta provided a team to work in conjunction with Retail Decisions Europe (ReD) and the PRISM system, based in London HQ and initially undertook the transfer of activity provided in-house by the end client.
When our client decided to extend their case review programme, they recognised that there was a particular requirement for an experienced project manager to help plan and oversee the work. Given the finite scale of the task, an interim project manager represented the best and most cost- effective solution.
A comprehensive proactive review of 54,000 pension scheme transfers, to identify possible non compliance and speed up the Bank’s communication with customers who might be at risk. Momenta was engaged to contribute to a pilot programme that involved testing of all proposed operating procedures.
A legal firm based in the North East of England approached Momenta for assistance in setting up a Managed Services operation to assist with processing legal claims. The requirement was to create a pre litigation and a legal function in an offsite office with full infrastructure.
In the aftermath of the 2008 economic crisis, our client, a leading UK Bank, recognised the imperative to review and adjust its approach to risk management to help ensure that failings in the banking system could not reoccur, and to raise consumer confidence.
The Procurement Division of a key central government department required an interim Chief Procurement Officer and Commercial Delivery Director to lead and provide strategic direction through a complex period of transformation; the overall aim of which is to ultimately deliver £4 billion worth of cost savings.
Having completed a strategic review, this global healthcare product provider had set a number of key objectives to deal with a range of commercial challenges. One of the objectives required the reinvigoration of the sales effort and driving up market share. Training for the sales team was highlighted as a key requirement.