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Date Posted: Apr 6, 2021

Reference Code: 66842-en_US

Job Type: Permanent 
Primary Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 
All Available Locations: Ottawa 

 

Learn from deep subject matter experts through mentoring and on the job coaching.
Partner with clients to solve their most complex problems.
Be expected to share your ideas and to make them a reality.

 

 

Would you like to work in a stimulating and dynamic environment with ambitious colleagues who share the same interests as you? Want to play a pivotal role in carrying out various financial crime investigations and litigation assistance missions? Then this position is for you!

 

What will your typical day look like?

 


As an analyst within the Financial Crime Practice & Dispute team, you will be responsible for supporting partners and managers in the various investigative and litigation support engagements. Your involvement will be required at all levels, from attending customer meetings, data entry, carrying out financial and non-financial analysis, to participating in summarization of findings. Your role will also consist of staying abreast of the firm’s best practices and of applying them on a day-to-day basis on the various engagements you will be working on.


As an analyst on this mixed team, you will:


•    Work collaboratively as part of a diverse team of talented advisors and investigators;
•    Analyze financial data (e.g., asset tracing, analysis of accounting transactions, etc.), conduct reviews of accounting records or emails;
•    Participate in information collection to establish accounting or investigative assumptions (e.g., from court or legal documents, social media, search engines, government databases, etc.) and analyze them;
•    Identify issues and recommend solutions to the project teams; and
•    Prioritize objectives and contribute to project planning and report drafting.
 

About the team

 

 

Deloitte's team of forensic professionals helps clients react quickly and confidently in a crisis, investigation, or dispute. Deloitte forensic specialists use their global network, deep industry experience, and advanced analytical technology to understand and resolve issues. They deliver the proactive advice clients need to reduce the risk of future problems. They advise clients and their counsel by identifying, investigating and resolving financial irregularities and other behaviour resulting in financial, reputational and/or regulatory risk. The Forensic team also works with clients and their counsel to address complex and unexpected business disputes, class actions and associated litigation as well as computer forensic and e-discovery matters.


More specifically, Deloitte's team of Forensic professionals identify and investigate a wide range of financial crime including allegations of fraud, theft, money laundering, bribery and corruption, other financial irregularities and regulatory issues impacting clients in Canada and worldwide across all industries. They apply a variety of quantitative and qualitative techniques to analyze and mitigate alleged incidents of misconduct, identify the participants, secure evidence, locate/recover misappropriated assets and bring about a timely resolution to financial litigation. They also use their accounting skills on dispute matters to quantify business losses.
 

Enough about us, let’s talk about you

 

 

You have the following qualifications:


•    Undergraduate degree in business administration, major in accounting or finance;
•    Professional accounting designation (e.g. CPA, CA), or enrollment in CPA program;
•    1-3 years of relevant work experience (including traineeship);
•    Willingness to enroll in the program to obtain the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners or the CBV designation from the Chartered Business Valuator Institute;
•    Analytical skills and systematic problem solving with strong attention to detail;
•    Excellent interpersonal relations and ability to work with others effectively in teams, provide accurate analysis and suggest appropriate solutions; 
•    Ability to adapt to changing priorities;
•    Bilingualism (English and French) required, basic knowledge of a third language is considered an asset; and
•    Rigour, flexibility, humility, integrity and professionalism.

Why Deloitte?

Launch your career with The One Firm where you can make an impact that matters in a way that you never thought possible. With endless opportunities at every turn, and a culture built to support and develop our people to be the very best they can be, Deloitte is The One Firm for you to learn, grow, create, connect, and lead. We do this by making three commitments to you:

  • You will lead at every level: We grow the world’s best leaders so you can achieve the impact you seek, faster.
  • You can work your way: We give you the means to be flexible in how you need and want to work, and we have innovative spaces, arrangements and the mindset to help you be wildly successful.
  • You will feel included and inspired: We create a deep sense of belonging where you can bring your whole self to work.


The next step is yours

Sound like The One Firm. For You?

At Deloitte we are all about doing business inclusively – that starts with having diverse colleagues of all abilities!  We encourage you to connect with us at accessiblecareers@deloitte.ca if you require an accommodation in the recruitment process, or need this job posting in an alternative format. We’d love to hear from you!

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