TIAA Client Intelligence Unit (CIU) Team Manager - Fraud Detection in Charlotte, North Carolina
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This position is for the Client Intelligence Unit (CIU) Team Manager for Fraud Detection. The CIU provides enterprise first line of defense services for customer fraud and anti-money laundering (AML) and Sanctions controls. The CIU Team Manager for Fraud Detection is responsible for leading an operational team of fraud analysts which assess alerts based on risk indicators associated with potential fraud.
This position is primarily responsible for the operational oversight of client fraud reviews focused on first level investigation and loss mitigation activities. The Team Manager leads fraud detection alert execution for financial and non-financial transaction monitoring associated with fraud typologies. The operational work performed by the team includes triage functions, outbound and inbound verification of activity, and judgment based fraud decisions. Additionally, the Team Manager will emphasize a high level of team focus on customer interactions and servicing to ensure flawless handling.
The CIU Manager for Fraud Detection should have relevant people management experience within the financial services industry, a comprehensive understanding of financial products, and familiarity with fraud typologies. The role will require close work with other business units inside and outside of the CIU to ensure effective detective and loss avoidance services. The candidate will report to the CIU Director of Fraud Detection to build, manage, and lead a highly effective loss control team.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Provide managerial oversight of daily operations, workflow,process, and quality control standards
Perform case management reviews and escalation processes to ensurethat management controls are well executed
Provide feedback to EFCP and Cyber Security partners responsiblefor alert strategy and tuning
Coach and guide a team of fraud analysts in the execution of fraudalert resolution
Manage an in-bound verification phone line
Track performance management against clearly defined keyperformance indicators (KPIs) and service level agreements (SLAs)
Direct participation in special projects and initiatives, asneeded
Continuous improvement focus related to cost control, processoptimization, and effective hit rates
Proficiency with the alerting systems and upstream fraud tools
Identification of best practices related to research andverification techniques
Ensure sensitive, reputational risk and/or financial riskincidents are addressed in a timely manner
Maintain accurate records per TIAA recordkeeping requirements
Handle escalated client calls in a professional manner
Minimumof 5 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry, (Retirementproducts preferred)
Minimumof 2 years of experience managing or leading a team of professional staffmembers
CertifiedFraud Examiner (CFE), International Association of Financial CrimesInvestigators CFCI certification or other recognized professional designations
3years or more of relevant financial crimes experience within the financialservices industry preferred (e.g. fraud, AML, or operational risk)
Analyticalskills with the ability to solve complex problems and execute on solutions
Demonstratedability to collaborate with individuals across business and/or functional lines
Understandsfinancial products, customers and expected behaviors/patterns
Participateand/or manage special projects
Stronginterpersonal, leadership and relationship skills
Strongwritten and verbal communication skills
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Primary Location: NC-Charlotte
Req ID: 1715977