Fraud Analyst, Cards

Equitable Bank

  • Full Time
Join a Challenger
Being a traditional bank just isn’t our thing. We are big believers in innovating the banking experience because we believe Canadians deserve better options, and we challenge ourselves and our teams to creatively transform what’s possible in banking. Our team is made up of inquisitive and agile minds that find smarter ways of doing things. If you’re not afraid of taking on big challenges and redefining the future, you belong with us. You’ll get to work with people who will encourage you to reach new heights. We like to keep things fun, ask questions and learn together.
 
We are a big (and growing!) family. Overall we serve more than 370,000 people across Canada through Equitable Bank, Canada’s Challenger Bank™, and have been around for more than 50 years. Equitable Bank’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Concentra Bank, supports credit unions across Canada that serve more than 5 million members. Together we have over $100 billion in combined assets under management and administration, with a clear mandate to drive change in Canadian banking to enrich people’s lives. Our EQ Bank platform (eqbank.ca) has been named the top Schedule I Bank in Canada on the Forbes World’s Best Banks 2023, 2022, and 2021 lists. 
The Fraud Analyst – Cards, will conduct investigative analysis to identify, assess, decision and report on activity that indicates an exposure to financial crimes. The incumbent will manage inbound calls and assist clients to ensure potential threats and investigations are evaluated, documented, managed and escalated by following standard operating procedures. They will provide subject matter expertise and oversight of criminal risk by following a disciplined and intelligence-based approach to detection and research of activities and events in alignment with EQ Bank’s fraud program and standards to ensure compliance as well as support trending, analysis and insights generation.

The Work!

  • Provides input and develops recommendations for process and customer service improvements.
  • Monitors inbound fraud queue and service our clients.
  • Monitors and analyzes various information provided through detection systems, tools, reports, or manually to evaluate, investigate and determine required actions.
  • Supports the collection of evidence and information to be used for multiple purposes including incident reports/filings, loss prevention, litigation and criminal prosecution, management information and statistics, and process improvements.
  • Documents actions and information found throughout the investigation to develop and maintain account/case files.
  • Analyzes data and information to provide insights and recommendations.
  • Executes routine tasks such as service requests, transactions, queries etc. within relevant service level agreements.
  • Provides notification, information and instructions to internal/external stakeholders related to incidents as necessary.
  • Completes complex & diverse tasks within given rules/limits and may include handling escalations from other employees.
  • Broader work or accountabilities may be assigned as needed.
  • Let’s Talk About You!

  • Post secondary education
  • 2+ years’ experience in Fraud and/or Risk Management in the Financial Industry
  • 2+ years’ customer service experience within the Financial Industry
  • Advanced Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.) skills.
  • Knowledge of fraud monitoring tools and techniques.
  • Knowledge of internet, emerging online payment methods and vulnerabilities
  • Process and detail oriented
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Flexibility required with business hours/days
  • What we offer [For full-time permanent roles]
     
    Competitive discretionary bonus 
    ✨ Market leading RRSP match program
      Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability benefits
      Employee Share Purchase Plan
    Maternity/Parental top-up while you care for your little one
    Generous vacation policy, personal days and even a moving day 
      Virtual events to connect with your fellow colleagues
      Annual professional development allowance and a comprehensive Career Development program
      A fulfilling opportunity to join one of the top FinTechs and help create a new kind of banking experience
    The incumbent will be working hybrid and in office time will be spent working from Equitable Bank’s additional office space located at 351 King Street East, Toronto, ON.
      
    Equitable Bank is deeply committed to inclusion. Our organization is stronger and our employees thrive when we honour and celebrate everyone’s diverse experiences and perspectives. In tandem with that commitment, we support and encourage our staff to grow not just in their career path, but personally as well. 
    We commit to providing a barrier-free recruitment process and work environment for all applicants. Please let us know of any accommodations needed so that you can bring your best self to the application process and beyond. All candidates considered for hire must successfully pass a criminal background check and credit check to qualify for hire. While we appreciate your interest in applying, an Equitable recruiter will only contact leading candidates whose skills and qualifications closely match the requirements of the position.
     
    We can’t wait to get to know you! 
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