Published on

Feb 12, 2024

Published on

Feb 12, 2024

Published on

Feb 12, 2024

Published on

Feb 12, 2024

Fraud Strategy Manager

Fraud Strategy Manager

Fraud Strategy Manager

Fraud Strategy Manager

Full-time

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Denver, CO

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Hybrid

Full-time

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Denver, CO

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Hybrid

Full-time

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Denver, CO

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Hybrid

Full-time

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Denver, CO

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Hybrid

About the job

Job Description

The Senior Fraud Strategy Manager is responsible for overseeing the development, execution, and optimization of fraud prevention and detection strategies. This role requires a deep understanding of fraud trends, industry tools and solutions, advanced analytics, and strategic thinking to stay ahead of evolving threats. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams, analyze data, monitor trends, and create and implement innovative solutions to mitigate fraud risks.

Responsibilities

Lead a team of fraud strategy managers in developing and implementing cutting-edge fraud prevention strategies and initiatives to optimize revenue.

Quickly implement new strategies to mitigate emerging fraud threats and vulnerabilities.

Collaborate with internal and external teams, including product, project management, technology, fraud operations, and vendors to implement new initiatives to drive KPI improvement.

Stay updated on industry trends, tools, and solutions to adapt and enhance program strategies.

Utilizes advanced analytical techniques to optimize transaction monitoring program.

Prepare and deliver comprehensive reports to senior management and stakeholders on fraud prevention efforts and results.

Manage and train Fraud Strategy Managers in best practices and fraud program management.

Strategic Integration and Oversight: Oversee the integration of complex fraud prevention strategies within core transaction monitoring solutions and fraud intelligence vendors, ensuring they align with the organization's broader objectives.

Cross-Functional Collaboration: Act as a key liaison between the fraud department and other organizational teams, providing expertise in fraud prevention and process flows that impact the entire organization.

Product Development Partnership: Collaboratively work with product, project, and technology, operations teams to draft and implement changes, focusing on enhancing customer experience while maintaining robust fraud detection capabilities.

System Troubleshooting and Training: Address ad-hoc system-related requests, including troubleshooting, training analysts, and supporting operational teams, to ensure effective and efficient fraud detection and prevention.

Vendor Relationship Management: Manage relationships with key vendors, ensuring that their services and products effectively support the organization’s fraud strategy.

Project Management and Implementation: Lead and participate in various projects across the organization, applying your fraud expertise to diverse initiatives beyond traditional rule-writing.

Process Optimization and Innovation: Continuously seek opportunities to innovate and optimize fraud-related processes, enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and customer satisfaction.

Strategic Advisory and Expertise: Provide strategic advice and expert insights to senior management and stakeholders regarding fraud risks, trends, and prevention strategies.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in finance, business, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).

5 years of experience in progressively responsible roles within fraud prevention, risk management, or related fields.

Expertise in data analytics and fraud detection tools and software.

Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Proven ability to drive innovation and lead change in fraud prevention strategies.

Proficiency in a programming language used for data analysis, such as Python or R.

Benefits: Our package includes medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K, employee stock options, paid time off, HSA/FSA, short-term/long-term disability, tuition assistance, growth opportunities, and much more.

Salary: The base range in for this position is $95-105K. Actual starting compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, and skills.

About the job

Job Description

The Senior Fraud Strategy Manager is responsible for overseeing the development, execution, and optimization of fraud prevention and detection strategies. This role requires a deep understanding of fraud trends, industry tools and solutions, advanced analytics, and strategic thinking to stay ahead of evolving threats. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams, analyze data, monitor trends, and create and implement innovative solutions to mitigate fraud risks.

Responsibilities

Lead a team of fraud strategy managers in developing and implementing cutting-edge fraud prevention strategies and initiatives to optimize revenue.

Quickly implement new strategies to mitigate emerging fraud threats and vulnerabilities.

Collaborate with internal and external teams, including product, project management, technology, fraud operations, and vendors to implement new initiatives to drive KPI improvement.

Stay updated on industry trends, tools, and solutions to adapt and enhance program strategies.

Utilizes advanced analytical techniques to optimize transaction monitoring program.

Prepare and deliver comprehensive reports to senior management and stakeholders on fraud prevention efforts and results.

Manage and train Fraud Strategy Managers in best practices and fraud program management.

Strategic Integration and Oversight: Oversee the integration of complex fraud prevention strategies within core transaction monitoring solutions and fraud intelligence vendors, ensuring they align with the organization's broader objectives.

Cross-Functional Collaboration: Act as a key liaison between the fraud department and other organizational teams, providing expertise in fraud prevention and process flows that impact the entire organization.

Product Development Partnership: Collaboratively work with product, project, and technology, operations teams to draft and implement changes, focusing on enhancing customer experience while maintaining robust fraud detection capabilities.

System Troubleshooting and Training: Address ad-hoc system-related requests, including troubleshooting, training analysts, and supporting operational teams, to ensure effective and efficient fraud detection and prevention.

Vendor Relationship Management: Manage relationships with key vendors, ensuring that their services and products effectively support the organization’s fraud strategy.

Project Management and Implementation: Lead and participate in various projects across the organization, applying your fraud expertise to diverse initiatives beyond traditional rule-writing.

Process Optimization and Innovation: Continuously seek opportunities to innovate and optimize fraud-related processes, enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and customer satisfaction.

Strategic Advisory and Expertise: Provide strategic advice and expert insights to senior management and stakeholders regarding fraud risks, trends, and prevention strategies.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in finance, business, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).

5 years of experience in progressively responsible roles within fraud prevention, risk management, or related fields.

Expertise in data analytics and fraud detection tools and software.

Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Proven ability to drive innovation and lead change in fraud prevention strategies.

Proficiency in a programming language used for data analysis, such as Python or R.

Benefits: Our package includes medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K, employee stock options, paid time off, HSA/FSA, short-term/long-term disability, tuition assistance, growth opportunities, and much more.

Salary: The base range in for this position is $95-105K. Actual starting compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, and skills.

About the job

Job Description

The Senior Fraud Strategy Manager is responsible for overseeing the development, execution, and optimization of fraud prevention and detection strategies. This role requires a deep understanding of fraud trends, industry tools and solutions, advanced analytics, and strategic thinking to stay ahead of evolving threats. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams, analyze data, monitor trends, and create and implement innovative solutions to mitigate fraud risks.

Responsibilities

Lead a team of fraud strategy managers in developing and implementing cutting-edge fraud prevention strategies and initiatives to optimize revenue.

Quickly implement new strategies to mitigate emerging fraud threats and vulnerabilities.

Collaborate with internal and external teams, including product, project management, technology, fraud operations, and vendors to implement new initiatives to drive KPI improvement.

Stay updated on industry trends, tools, and solutions to adapt and enhance program strategies.

Utilizes advanced analytical techniques to optimize transaction monitoring program.

Prepare and deliver comprehensive reports to senior management and stakeholders on fraud prevention efforts and results.

Manage and train Fraud Strategy Managers in best practices and fraud program management.

Strategic Integration and Oversight: Oversee the integration of complex fraud prevention strategies within core transaction monitoring solutions and fraud intelligence vendors, ensuring they align with the organization's broader objectives.

Cross-Functional Collaboration: Act as a key liaison between the fraud department and other organizational teams, providing expertise in fraud prevention and process flows that impact the entire organization.

Product Development Partnership: Collaboratively work with product, project, and technology, operations teams to draft and implement changes, focusing on enhancing customer experience while maintaining robust fraud detection capabilities.

System Troubleshooting and Training: Address ad-hoc system-related requests, including troubleshooting, training analysts, and supporting operational teams, to ensure effective and efficient fraud detection and prevention.

Vendor Relationship Management: Manage relationships with key vendors, ensuring that their services and products effectively support the organization’s fraud strategy.

Project Management and Implementation: Lead and participate in various projects across the organization, applying your fraud expertise to diverse initiatives beyond traditional rule-writing.

Process Optimization and Innovation: Continuously seek opportunities to innovate and optimize fraud-related processes, enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and customer satisfaction.

Strategic Advisory and Expertise: Provide strategic advice and expert insights to senior management and stakeholders regarding fraud risks, trends, and prevention strategies.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in finance, business, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).

5 years of experience in progressively responsible roles within fraud prevention, risk management, or related fields.

Expertise in data analytics and fraud detection tools and software.

Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Proven ability to drive innovation and lead change in fraud prevention strategies.

Proficiency in a programming language used for data analysis, such as Python or R.

Benefits: Our package includes medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K, employee stock options, paid time off, HSA/FSA, short-term/long-term disability, tuition assistance, growth opportunities, and much more.

Salary: The base range in for this position is $95-105K. Actual starting compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, and skills.

About the job

Job Description

The Senior Fraud Strategy Manager is responsible for overseeing the development, execution, and optimization of fraud prevention and detection strategies. This role requires a deep understanding of fraud trends, industry tools and solutions, advanced analytics, and strategic thinking to stay ahead of evolving threats. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams, analyze data, monitor trends, and create and implement innovative solutions to mitigate fraud risks.

Responsibilities

Lead a team of fraud strategy managers in developing and implementing cutting-edge fraud prevention strategies and initiatives to optimize revenue.

Quickly implement new strategies to mitigate emerging fraud threats and vulnerabilities.

Collaborate with internal and external teams, including product, project management, technology, fraud operations, and vendors to implement new initiatives to drive KPI improvement.

Stay updated on industry trends, tools, and solutions to adapt and enhance program strategies.

Utilizes advanced analytical techniques to optimize transaction monitoring program.

Prepare and deliver comprehensive reports to senior management and stakeholders on fraud prevention efforts and results.

Manage and train Fraud Strategy Managers in best practices and fraud program management.

Strategic Integration and Oversight: Oversee the integration of complex fraud prevention strategies within core transaction monitoring solutions and fraud intelligence vendors, ensuring they align with the organization's broader objectives.

Cross-Functional Collaboration: Act as a key liaison between the fraud department and other organizational teams, providing expertise in fraud prevention and process flows that impact the entire organization.

Product Development Partnership: Collaboratively work with product, project, and technology, operations teams to draft and implement changes, focusing on enhancing customer experience while maintaining robust fraud detection capabilities.

System Troubleshooting and Training: Address ad-hoc system-related requests, including troubleshooting, training analysts, and supporting operational teams, to ensure effective and efficient fraud detection and prevention.

Vendor Relationship Management: Manage relationships with key vendors, ensuring that their services and products effectively support the organization’s fraud strategy.

Project Management and Implementation: Lead and participate in various projects across the organization, applying your fraud expertise to diverse initiatives beyond traditional rule-writing.

Process Optimization and Innovation: Continuously seek opportunities to innovate and optimize fraud-related processes, enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and customer satisfaction.

Strategic Advisory and Expertise: Provide strategic advice and expert insights to senior management and stakeholders regarding fraud risks, trends, and prevention strategies.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in finance, business, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).

5 years of experience in progressively responsible roles within fraud prevention, risk management, or related fields.

Expertise in data analytics and fraud detection tools and software.

Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Proven ability to drive innovation and lead change in fraud prevention strategies.

Proficiency in a programming language used for data analysis, such as Python or R.

Benefits: Our package includes medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K, employee stock options, paid time off, HSA/FSA, short-term/long-term disability, tuition assistance, growth opportunities, and much more.

Salary: The base range in for this position is $95-105K. Actual starting compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, and skills.

Ria Money Transfer

Denver, CO

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Ria Money Transfer

Denver, CO

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Ria Money Transfer

Denver, CO

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Ria Money Transfer

Denver, CO

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About Company

Ria Money Transfer, a business segment of Euronet Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: EEFT), delivers innovative financial services including fast, secure, and affordable global money transfers to millions of customers along with currency exchange, mobile top-up, bill payment and check cashing services, offering a reliable omnichannel experience. The company is steadfast in its commitment to serve its customers and the communities in which they live, opening ways for a better everyday life.Founded in 1987, the company has grown from a single storefront in New York City, to become one of the largest money transfer companies worldwide, with more than 490,000 locations and presence in 160+ countries around the world. Social Media Disclosure: Ria Money Transfer is a service of Continental Exchange Solutions, Inc., NMLS ID 920968. License status can be viewed at www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org. The Commissioner of Financial Regulation for the State of Maryland will accept all questions or complaints from Maryland residents regarding Continental Exchange Solutions, Inc., NMLS ID 920968 at 1100 North Eutaw Street, Ste. 611, Baltimore, MD 21201, phone 888-784-0136.

Total Employees

3,330

Company 2-Year Growth

21%

Median Employee Tenure

3.3 years