21 days old

VP. Cyber Fraud Fusion Officer

New York, NY 10007

About Global Consumer Bank

Citis Global Consumer Bank (GCB), a global leader in credit cards, wealth management and commercial banking, serves as a trusted partner to more than 110 million customers in 19 countries worldwide, providing financial services that enable growth and economic progress. The Global Consumer Bank operates four business lines Branded Cards, Retail Services, Retail Banking and Commercial Banking in three priority markets: Asia, Mexico and the U.S. Over the past few years, our business has transformed to become a simpler, leaner, focused franchise.

Citi is on a journey to become a world-class digital bank has tangibly accelerated with a mobile-first strategic focus and deployment of a new, agile operating model fostered massive improvements in the design and delivery of digital features and in the customer experience. As a result the franchise has seen significant growth in the number of digital users, mobile downloads and digital engagement.

About the GCB Fraud Prevention Organization

The financial crimes environment continues to be challenging, with cybercrime worldwide remaining highly lucrative and criminals becoming more organized and sophisticated, making it harder to distinguish between real and fraudulent customers. To combat the agile threat, the Global Consumer Bank (GCB) Fraud Prevention organization operates leveraging an intelligence-led, threat driven model that targets fraud along the entire fraud lifecycle, enabling the integration of analysis, dissemination of information and coordination of action with speed and agility across businesses and regions.

Role & Responsibilities:

The Global Fraud Fusion Senior Analyst is a member of the Fraud Hunt Team. The team leverages a variety of unconnected data sources to identify fraud activity related to growing trends, fraudster tactics, and anomalous activity.

Key responsibilities include:

Derive trends and patterns via seemingly unconnected data or data sources.

Leverage analytical tools and data science techniques to extract information from data

Continuously optimize processes and look for new approaches and opportunities to gain intelligence

Manage significant fraud events by helping coordinate information sharing across GCB Fraud Prevention

Partner with a variety of cross-functional teams such as Global Fraud Policy, Analytics & Modeling, and Security Operations Center (SOC) to design effective strategies to detect Fraud.

Partner with the Fraud Analytics Data Science function to increase sophistication of anomaly detection analytics and develop new detection models and analytical solutions.

Job Skills/Qualifications

Education & Experience:

Bachelors degree required (Master's degree preferred) in statistics, economics, investigative discipline or related experience.

6+ years experience, with investigative work or risk management exposure; experience in analytics and modeling or relevant area a plus.

Advanced knowledge of the consumer financial services industry, threat landscape, fraud management concepts and practices, and performance implications of policy or strategy actions a plus.


Intermediate or advanced knowledge of both fraud and cyber security disciplines;

Comprehensive understanding of fraud operations, to include detection and mitigation of fraud risk;

Intermediate or advanced knowledge and application of threat intelligence and threat hunting methodologies;

Bachelor's Degree in Technology, Accounting, Business, Finance or related field preferred; CFE, a plus.
Minimum three to five years relevant work experience in data analysis, data mining, or statistical analysis
Working knowledge of SQL and other RDBMS tools; knowledge of manipulating unstructured data using Python/R, a strong plus.
Prior experience in developing dynamic dashboards using visualization tools such as Tableau, or front end programming languages such as JavaScript.
Knowledge of first and third party fraud prevention tools and services.
Strong MS Office knowledge including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Visio.
Familiar with third party authentication technologies

Excellent quantitative and analytic skills and data-driven mindset; ability to derive patterns, trends and insights, and perform risk/reward trade-off;

Ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional partners and management

Solutions-oriented can do attitude, with ability to drive innovation via thought leadership while maintaining end-to-end view.

Extremely detail-oriented, with strong, intellectual curiosity. Ability to effectively multi-task and work in a fast-paced and evolving environment, while setting meeting high standards.


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Time Type :Full time


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Posted: 2019-10-02 Expires: 2019-11-01

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