Senior Consultant, Forensic Examiner

Control Risks

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

Serve as senior team member delivering complex engagements for large domestic and multinational clients, on topics including: fraud, corruption, anti-trust and forensic investigations and risk assessments, anti-money laundering (AML) reviews and audits, business intelligence investigations, compliance and anti-fraud program development and audits, and asset tracing exercises. Advise clients on corporate investigations, forensic technology solutions, complex commercial litigation, economic analyses, and environmental, construction and government contract disputes. Advise clients on the risks associated with investing and dealing in new financial products such as crypto currencies. Conduct investigations of transactions in blockchain using Chainalysis with special emphasis on money laundering risks in cryptocurrencies. Conduct third-party audits focused on anti-bribery and corruption. Analyze large and complex data sets and conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis, while conducting multi-jurisdictional fraud and forensic accounting investigations across a wide range of sectors. Supervise and mentor junior staff.

Requirements

Qualifications / Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree, or foreign degree equivalent, in Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, or Finance, and 5 years of progressively responsible post-Bachelor’s degree related experience. Alternatively, employer will accept a Master’s degree, or foreign degree equivalent, in Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, or Finance and 2 years of related experience. Prior work experience must include 5 years with Bachelor’s, or 2 years with Master’s with: compliance, fraud, and financial investigations; FCPA, UK Bribery Act, and SOX; fraud, forensic and corruption matters across a variety of industries including financial services and life sciences/biotech; conducting corporate investigations and consulting engagements for multinational clients; investigating and analyzing financial evidence, transaction testing and summarizing financial and business issues in reports of investigative findings to be submitted to clients; and supporting monitors appointed pursuant to agreements with the Department of Justice and other governmental agencies.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications:

Control Risks Group, LLC will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation.