The Defense Group at Leidos currently has an opening for a Threat Finance SME at Ft. Belvoir, VA.
Identify, retrieve, evaluate, interpret, and analyze all-source and open source data to create fused analytical products
Conduct comprehensive and complex threat finance analysis to identify entities of interest, patterns, and provide detailed background information on networks of interest
Collaborate with intelligence partners across the IC and DoD enterprise, including Departments of State, Commerce, Treasury, and others.
Conduct network and nodal analysis and write finished intelligence products for use in fraud detection and prevention of CONUS and OCONUS illegal financial activities.
Assist in intelligence product development and provide input to routine reporting requirements (e.g. SITREPs, annual reports, etc.).
Master's degree in Finance or related field or MBA and 12 years of relevant experience. Bachelor's degree and additional experience may be substituted in lieu of a master's degree.
7 years of experience working for or with Department of State, Department of Commerce, Department of Treasury, FBI, or other federal agency on issues related to terrorist threat finance.
Demonstrated knowledge of commercial, trade-finance, asset-based lending, loan documentation, financial statements, and cash flow analysis.
5 years of experience with federal and state banking regulations and Anti-Money Laundering-focused activities
Demonstrated understanding of Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AMUCFT) and sanctions compliance requirements
Knowledge of institutional banking/brokerage products and services.
Commercial banking experience, experience with fraud prevention and investigations at federal and state levels.
Experience with statistical modeling and analysis
Understanding of counterterrorism mission and IC and DoD agencies
Certified Fraud Examiner or AML certification
Experience writing, reviewing, and editing intelligence products