The Fraud Investigator is responsible for evaluating the circumstances of a case of suspected fraud and makes recommendations about future measures. They may work for different institutions including law enforcement agencies, insurance companies, professional organizations, and banks.
- Researches and conducts thorough investigations
- Plans and implements deposition strategies based on specific situations
- Conducts in-depth investigations of evidence and/or allegations of suspicious activity such as fraud or money laundering.
- Assists other fraud examiners and private investigators for field assignments
- Conducts investigations into allegations of fraud, waste or abuse committed by clients against our company
- Reviews and researches evidence/documents to analyse the overall fact pattern of a claim and synthesise data into a professional report with recommendations
- Acquires documentation or permission required to authorize investigatory activities; adheres to the scope and parameters set forth therein.
- Collects evidence and relevant financial documents to ease fellow investigators work
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as criminal justice or risk management
- 3-5 years of experience as a Fraud Investigator, Forensic Accountant, or similar role
- Ability to identify any suspicious activity that includes fraud threats and infringement attempts in time
- Excellent interviewing and interrogation skills
Skills needed for this role
The Fraud Investigator must have Good communication skills, must be a strategic thinker and holding good work ethics and must have excellent interrogation skills. He/She must have a complete understanding of investigation methods and procedures. He/She must know how to use modern technological equipment and usually gives the knowledge of how to follow a data trail, review evidence, and conduct forensic analysis.
1-4 Years Experienced Employee
Law Enforcement, Security