Fraud Surveillance System Programmer & MIS Analyst

  • Competitive
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • OCBC Bank
  • 18 Aug 17

Fraud Surveillance System Programmer & MIS Analyst

The primary purpose of the role is to analyse and program new scenarios and parameters of rules in the Fraud Surveillance System (FSS). Additional details of the purpose of the role are:

  • Primarily responsible for the determination and programming of Fraud Detection Scenarios and parameters to be incorporated in to the Fraud Surveillance System
  • To determine potential fraud networks in OCBC accounts through conduct of analysis on the Fraud Surveillance System
  • Responsible for the development and enhancements Fraud MIS reports for the Fraud Surveillance and Fraud Risk Management Units
  • Understand the latest fraud trends and determine detection techniques, with a view to integrate into the Bank 's FSS

1. Responsible for the determination and programming of scenarios and parameters for the Fraud Surveillance System (FSS)
2. Work closely with FRM and FSU and Corporate Security Intelligence units and business partners, to understand current and emerging fraud trends.
3. To be the FSU technical specialist on FSS and be responsible to review the capabilities of the FSS, and liaise with IT support, vendor and business units.
4. Monitor the performance and effectiveness of the FSS by applying statistical techniques to identify opportunities to improve the performance of the FSS. Based on the results of these analyses, to create new rules and enhance parameters of existing rules for effective fraud detection.
5. Work closely with FRM and FSU to understand existing MIS gathering and analysis capabilities, and propose and actively implement new capabilities.
6. Conduct data analytics investigation to uncover fraud network within the bank based on data available in the FSS system.
7. Responsible for the identification of raw data available in the bank and coordinate with IT, BUs System Owners and vendor for the ingestion of such data to support new rules.
8. Support in the internal control functions for the administration of the FSS.
9. Secondary Responsibilities include
a) Maintain a strong understanding of the range of fraud detection/prevention techniques and capabilities in the market.
b) Acquire and share knowledge of other fraud monitoring systems and operational models through internal and external workshops, conferences and meetings.
c) Play an active role in relevant projects, which may be made up of participants within and outside of Operational Risk Management Corporate Security (ORM CS).
d) Oversee the accuracy of fraud library managed by Fraud Risk Management and Fraud Surveillance Unit. Demonstrate a flexible approach to work, identifying and taking on the tasks which will add value to the roles and responsibilities of FRM and FSU.



  • University Degree. Preferably in a field associated with data analytics.
  • Independent, resourceful and enthusiastic with a high sense of integrity.
  • Experience including formal training o certification in SAS analytical products would be highly advantageous. Coding experience, especially in SAS, SQL or similar
  • Past track record in fraud detection/prevention analytics or data analytics would be a strong advantage.
  • Some experience in practical fraud management or investigation would be preferred.
  • Knowledge of the financial services industry, specifically in consumer and corporate banking, with knowledge of private bank is a plus.