Job Location: San Antonio, TX
We are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity to join Exiger’s Advisory Analyst Program.
About the Advisory Analyst Program
Exiger is committed to investing in the skills and career development of its employees. The goal of the Advisory Analyst Program is to equip new employees with the skills needed to succeed in the delivery of Exiger’s services to clients and advancement of career objectives. The Program is designed to run approximately 12 months. After successfully completing the Program, Analysts will be well-rounded generalists able to support projects across all of Exiger Advisory’s practices.
Participants in the Exiger Advisory Analyst Program will benefit from a structured program designed to provide process-driven and technical training and professional skills development. The Advisory Analyst Program includes:
Subject Matter Training
Analysts will learn the fundamental elements of financial crime compliance, audit, fraud, investigations, and data analytics through initial onboarding training and periodic training throughout the Program.
Compliance Process Development
Analysts will learn to deliver Exiger’s primary Center of Excellence service offerings, including Know Your Customer (KYC), Transaction Monitoring, and Investigation/eDiscovery capabilities.
Professional Skills Development
Regular quarterly programs will be available for Analysts to work on skills in areas such as communication, critical thinking, leadership, teamwork, project management, and time management.
Each Exiger Advisory Analyst Program class will have a Managing Director as an Executive Sponsor. The Executive Sponsor is responsible for ensuring that the Analysts in the class have a senior level of support and guidance available to them throughout the Program.
As part of the interview process, candidates will be required to take a writing assessment.
About Exiger Advisory
Exiger Advisory comprises the Financial Crime Compliance, Investigations, and Analytics practices.
Financial Crime Compliance: Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) focuses on providing clients with practical solutions to challenges in anti-money laundering, sanctions and anti-corruption compliance programs based on the deep expertise of Exiger’s career FCC professionals. Examples of engagements include developing and executing risk assessments; reviewing policy and procedures; designing or conducting monitoring and testing; supporting KYC, transaction monitoring or sanctions screening processes and managing remediations; developing and delivering training; and developing and implementing compliance testing programs.
Investigations: Exiger provides clients with the expertise and technical skills necessary to tackle complex and business-critical issues by fusing traditional avenues of investigation and document review with advanced data-analytics tools to identify anomalies and develop investigative leads. Examples of engagements include: financial investigations and forensic accounting; litigation support and disputes; fraud, embezzlement and market misconduct investigations; and business intelligence.
Analytics: This practice area is focused on advising clients on the use of analytical techniques, technology and data management to solve data-driven problems deriving from financial crime compliance and regulatory investigations. Typical projects entail using Exiger’s artificial intelligence document review platform to provide investigative support, structured data access, transaction monitoring/filtering system functional testing, risk modeling and model validations.
Analysts in Exiger Advisory support engagements across all capabilities. Analysts perform transaction monitoring alert reviews and investigations, KYC file reviews, Suspicious Activity Report filing, sanctions screening alert reviews, and document reviews. Analysts also play a critical role in Exiger’s business development and client support functions, helping produce client-ready deliverables.