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The Role Responsibilities
S upport and provide operational leadership to the Forensics and eDiscovery team in London and Singapore in the development and use of trusted methods to collect and share evidence / data in an accurate, fully auditable and timely manner as required under t he Shared Investigative Services (SIS) mandate.
Management of the eDiscovery cases and digital forensic investigations for LCS and other investigative functions.
Support the Head of Forensics & eDiscovery in executing the team's strategy.
P rovide FeD support to LCS to ensure that investigations and / or the provision of data meet deliverable expectations .
Manage the delivery of all FeD support provided to LCS and to all peer investigative functions, ensuring compliance with relevant Country, Regional and Group standards, including escalation, case management, data capture, evidence management, electronic evidence review and reporting.
Where leveraging the capability of peer functions, ie STS & ITO, ensure that it is conducted in accordance with the agreed protocols established with that function.
Where required, support in providing alternative solutions to eDiscovery / electronic review when enterprise systems cannot be used due to local data privacy / sovereignty laws, maintaining relationships and leveraging the approved external vendor list at all times.
Collaborate across the various LCS teams, by contributing to, and challenging the forensic and eDiscovery strategy for data source identification, preservation, collection and review.
Maintain relationships with relevant vendors in the region so that external specialist support is available when required.
Provide Project Management in support of e-Discovery Projects for LCS.
Provide training and support to reviewers as part of the Project Management of e-Discovery matters across the Group and to be the SME in the field of e-Discovery and the Group's Enterprise E-Discovery platform.
As required, support and assist key stakeholders across Compliance, Government Investigations, Disputes Resolution, FCC and HR in responding to external requests from relevant authorities, counsel and law enforcement agencies on requests for data and documentary production.
People and Talent
Operational management of the FeD team including supervision of the LCS cases.
Advising on appropriate training and development plans for the FeD team ensuring that methodology is current, proportionate and in line with forensic standards.
P erform quality control checks as per the Group's Operational Risk Framework on the day-to-day operations of the FeD function.
Maintain close interaction with those Risk Owners to whom responsibility is delegated to ensure resolution of system and control improvements identified through the Group Investigations process.
Ensure management are fully informed of all key risks and issues in area of responsibility and reported in line with Bank's operational risk processes .
Reinforce an effective and exemplary risk and control culture and further strengthen the control environment
Act to minimise operational loss and audit failures and take proactive measures to respond to matters arising.
Regulatory & Business Conduct
Display exemplary conduct and live by the Group's Values and Code of Conduct, acting as a role model to the team.
Take personal responsibility for embedding the highest standards of ethics, including regulatory and business conduct, across Standard Chartered Bank. This includes understanding and ensuring compliance with, in letter and spirit, all applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and the Group Code of Conduct.
Business and function heads (Regional Management Group)
Financial Crime Compliance
Our Ideal Candidate
At least 8 years substantive background in eDiscovery, digital forensics, data management or prosecutorial and regulatory agency environment.
Excellent understanding of eDiscovery and Forensics technology with a strong peer industry network
Advanced analytical, problem solving, risk mitigation and report writing skills with excellent knowledge of financial services
Demonstrated ability to conduct and develop best practice Forensics and eDiscovery processes with a high level of integrity, independence, professionalism and discretion
Understanding of the key features of relevant laws and regulations relevant to Bank and its jurisdictions
Knowledge and sound judgement of business practices, regulatory relationship management and reputational risk
Degree in a related field such as Computer Science
Relevant industry certifications such as CFE, CCE, CISSP, EnCE, RCA
Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.
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