Insight Manager
Job Tenure: Full-time, permanent
Salary: Competitive

Company Description

Here at esure, we’re no strangers to change. As one of the industry leaders in the insurance business, striving to become a world class digital insurer, we’re getting ready for more. It’s creating great new opportunities for innovative and talented industry professionals to join us at a pivotal point in our development.

Job Description

We have a phenomenal opportunity for an Insight Manager within Financial Crime to join our Claims department. The Insight Manager will Lead efforts to enhance financial crime management by improving data analysis and business intelligence. Develop and maintain strategies to mitigate financial loss and regulatory risks, with a focus on anti-money laundering compliance. Responsible for crafting fraud prevention strategies and ensuring consistency with policies throughout the company.

This will be a hybrid model with 1-2 visit per month to our office.

The day to day:

  • Improving management information and BI on financial crime to inform strategic priorities and minimize financial loss. This includes delivering regular reports to Executive Management and relevant risk committees.
  • Monitoring threat and risk trends to direct financial crime strategy, prioritise initiatives, and advise risk discussions.
  • Leading projects to improve the company's ability to mitigate losses from financial crime.
  • Improving detection solutions and operational procedures to enhance fraud detection rates and reduce financial loss.
  • Developing team capabilities and processes for utilising external intelligence to increase fraud detection and inform strategy.
  • Ensuring efficient procedures for responding to law enforcement inquiries to minimise operational impact and derive financial benefits.
  • Implementing and designing procedures for compliance with anti-money laundering legislation to mitigate regulatory and reputational compliance risks.
  • Maintaining high-quality communications with Financial Crime business leaders
  • Designing and implementing procedures to handle a large volume of intelligence items.
  • Managing data collation and analysis from multiple departments and data sources across the company.
  • Identifying financial crime threats, trends, or gap closures and advocating for overall prioritisation in strategy and deployment of resources.


We would love you to bring!

  • Technical understanding of MI data sources and analysis, threat / risk assessment and intelligence operations
  • Knowledge of relevant AML and Proceeds of Crime legislation
  • Broad knowledge of fraud / financial crime risk management for both insider and external fraud
  • Understanding of Anti Money Laundering / Proceeds of Crime and Suspicious Activity Reporting regimes as applicable to general insurance
  • Track record of implementing, enhancing and delivering high quality management information reporting
  • Experience in implementing and directing intelligence management procedures
  • Ability to leverage an existing base of industry and law enforcement contacts

Additional Information

Why choose us?

This is your opportunity to be at the forefront of our game-changing journey and be part of something truly special! And to top it off, here are some perks to life at esure…

  • A competitive salary that recognises your skills and potential
  • A bonus scheme that celebrates your contribution to esure’s success
  • Discounts on our insurance products, for you and your family
  • 25 days annual leave, plus 8 flex days to be taken as and when suits you
  • Benefits just for you: our hub – My Benefits Box – is loaded with perks to choose from, so you can build a personal toolkit to support your health, wellbeing, lifestyle, and finances.
  • Grow your career with us: whatever your goals, we’ll support you with hands-on training, mentoring, a LinkedIn Learning licence, access to our exclusive Academies, regular career conversations, and expert partner resources from the likes of Women in Data and Women in Tech.
  • Join our communities: our networks give you the chance to connect, learn and share with like-minded colleagues across the business – for work and play. So, it’s no surprise our people consistently rate ‘making friends at work’ one of the highest scorers in our colleague engagement survey
  • More flexibility for you: we’re a proud supporter of the ABI’s Make Flexible Work campaign and welcome you to ask about the flexibility you need, whether it’s part time, job sharing, or compressed hours. Our hybrid working approach also puts you in the driving seat of how and where you do your best work.
  • Live a healthy lifestyle: we offer lots of support, so you feel like the best version of yourself – like specialist advice through our employee assistance programme, wellbeing classes, access to the My Health Advantage app, our Big Team Challenge, and learning sessions on topics like menopause.
  • A helping hand to do your bit for a greener and safer world: driving good in the world couldn’t be more important to us. That’s why we encourage colleagues to use volunteering days to support their local communities and have lots of initiatives to help you live a greener lifestyle.
  • Everyday appreciation: praise from your colleagues means the world! Our social recognition tool makes it easy to give colleagues the praise they deserve, and you could even be shortlisted for a company-wide ACE Award.

We understand some people may not apply for jobs unless they tick every box. If you are excited about joining us and think you have some of what we are looking for, even if you’re not 100% sure we would love to hear from you.

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