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Head of Cyber Financial Crime & SIU

Job Description
The Head of Forensic and Special Investigations Unit oversees strategic or complex investigations within FC&FMG into internal or external wrongdoing, victimization of customers and determines causes and identifies control weaknesses to minimize risk and reduce losses. Responsible for developing and managing the Forensic Technologies and Special Investigations Unit. Incorporates innovation and creativity into strategic planning with a focus on mobile payment platforms and similar technological advances, and is current with industry-leading financial investigative techniques. The individual is responsible for overall management and oversight of investigations into complex global financial crime as well as other investigations and programs: Security Intelligence and Cyber-Incident Response.Job Requirements
• Leads a team of forensic investigators responsible for investigations that may involve fraud, employee code-of-conduct violations, criminal activity, and breaches of confidential or personal information.
• Consults and advises with Information Technology and Global Security and Investigations personnel as required during the course of investigations.
• Updates the Head of North American GSI, and all other TD executive staff as required.
• Drives consistency and investigative best practices across the organization.
• Responsible for gathering and assessing intelligence with respect to threats against TD and its clients.
• Demonstrates knowledge and documented experience relating to cyber-intelligence threat analysis.
• Information collection or physical damage/system compromise achieved through electronic means.
• Trends in cyber-intelligence collection including dynamic capabilities of foreign actors – both national and sub-national.
• The extent to which private sector cyber-intelligence collection and analysis and evolving cyber-targeting tools affects infrastructure protection.
• Experience in conducting time-sensitive, single- or multi-topic threat analyses.
• Responsible for Cyber Security Incident investigations focusing on both the facts at issue concerning the event and the review of the incident response and incident preparedness.
• Provides strategic consultation and guidance to senior leadership on investigations and related activities.
• Accountable for the staffing and budgeting for the Forensic and Special Investigations Unit.
Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree or progressive work experience in addition to experience below.
• 10+ years related experience required.
• Knowledge of and experience with Bank LOBs (business banking, insurance, etc.) and various types of financial crimes and fraud (retail fraud, insider fraud, money laundering, etc.)
• Knowledge of general banking/consumer finance policies, procedures and operations, as well as bank products, services and support structure
• Experience managing a sizeable, volatile portfolio of active investigations and in leading and managing specialized, agile teams
• Industry knowledge, including current financial crimes and fraud trends and challenges globally
• Ability to develop and implement risk mitigation strategies and tactics
• Knowledge of fraud monitoring and detection trends and developments within the industry, to improve management of fraud activities
• Strong analytical background and ability to manage teams focused on the identification of fraud patterns and trends
• Solid operational understanding of Mobile Banking, Online Banking, and Payment Card technologies, and the key risks associated with these new and emerging channels
• Ability to identify and integrate industry best practices and identify/develop leading edge financial crimes and fraud solutions
• Proven ability to communicate effectively at executive levels and build and maintain deep internal and external relationships, ensuring a high, positive profile for FC&FMG within TD and for TD Bank overall in the public domain
• Organizationally astute, superior persuasion, collaboration, relationship, communication skills
• Ability to lead, motivate, develop, inspire, and empower others to adapt to changing business environments; attract, retain, develop top talent
• Exercises a high degree of decision-making authority balancing data, experience, and judgement , escalating matters as required
• Extensive knowledge of Federal, State financial crime and fraud laws and regulations
• Advanced experience developing and structuring financial crimes and fraud strategies, policies, communications, processes, activities and control measures/KPIs
• Knowledge of and experience with financial crimes and fraud prevention, monitoring, detection, investigation, recovery operations and risk management
• Certification(s) Preferred: EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Global Certified Incident Handler (GCIH), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MSCE) and/or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
• Proven ability to communicate effectively at executive levels and build deep relationships with various business groups and the Board of Directors
• Proven ability to engage law enforcement and government agencies at executive or senior leadership levels.