Deloitte Business Intelligence and Investigative Research Associate, Nashville in Nashville, Tennessee
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP advises clients on managing business controversy and conflict, executing deals, and maintaining regulatory compliance. We provide services to companies throughout their lifecycle, from purchasing a company to investigating potential fraud.
We are seeking a qualified Associate 4 to join the Business Intelligence Services practice:
The Business Intelligence Services practice at Deloitte Advisory consists of highly trained investigators and intelligence specialists with extensive experience in due diligence, litigation support, fraud and other investigations. Working with the member firms of DTTL, we can gather background information and business intelligence virtually anywhere in the world in a timely and cost-effective manner, including those jurisdictions where public records are sparse.
Businesses considering mergers, acquisitions, strategic relationships or investments need accurate information about entities and their executives and the potential risks that they may present. By performing effective due diligence, companies may help avoid serious legal complications. On each assignment, our professionals uncover, analyze and report relevant information to help clients make informed decisions. If fraud is suspected, companies often require in-depth background investigations to unravel the problem. Our team performs investigations of parties suspected of wrongdoing, searches for conflicts of interest and undisclosed business affiliations, and in general seeks to uncover direct and circumstantial evidence of fraud.
Associate 4 Responsibilities & Qualifications:
A Business Intelligence Services Associate is responsible for performing research in domestic public records databases and other data sources to identify relevant litigation, criminal records, bankruptcy records, tax liens, adverse media, regulatory issues, and/or sanction and watch list records on entities and individuals. The Associate will also analyze and summarize these records into an organized written report. If the Associate is fluent in another language, they may be responsible for performing similar investigations on subjects in other jurisdictions, utilizing their language skills and relevant regional data sources.
An Associate candidate must have a strong professional demeanor and communication skills, exceptional research, writing and analytical skills, a high attention to detail, and be able to meet deadlines and successfully prioritize a number of tasks. In addition, the following qualifications are required and/or desired:
Experience with domestic and/or international public records databases and Internet sources highly desired
Ability to effectively summarize legal records, media articles and internet websites and/or posts
Strong grammar skills and command of the English language
Demonstrated technical excellence, with proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, and internet search strategies
1 years of investigative experience with a private investigative firm or equivalent professional services firm desired
Fluent in reading, writing and speaking a foreign language desired, but not required (including, but not limited to Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Chinese, or Russian)
Category: Risk Management
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