Financial Crimes Investigative Attorney
A major financial institution has an immediate, temporary need for attorneys with at least 2 years of financial crimes investigative experience.
This is a temporary role expected to be at least 6 months in duration.
Work will be remote, but candidates physically located in the Twin Cities are preferred.
Work will take place during standard business hours.
location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
job type: Contract
work hours: 9 to 5
education: Law Degree
experience: 2 Years
Conducts investigative research using appropriate investigative techniques to determine liability and impact of cases including mitigation of financial losses or business interruptions.
Acts as a liaison with Legal and law enforcement agencies; represents in handling court appearances, depositions, mediations, arbitrations, etc.
Partners closely with senior leadership to develop strategies to minimize financial crimes portfolio risk through innovative methods with the ultimate goal of maximizing profits.
Provides leadership within the team. Typically viewed as a subject matter expert relative to financial crime situations. May specialize in a particular type of financial crime.
A law degree.
Two or more years of financial crimes investigative experience.
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skills: Compliance, Legal
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