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Include These Fraud Analyst Skills
- Financial and banking expertise
- An investigative nature and observation spirit
- Attention to details
- Computer proficiency
- Integrity and work ethics
- The ability to work in a team
- Effective communication
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Dear Ms. Williams:
When I learned of Jumping Bite’s need for a Fraud Analyst, I felt compelled to submit the enclosed resume. As an experienced and highly analytical professional with 13+ years of experience performing fraud identification, risk assessment, and data / trend analysis, I am more than prepared to exceed your expectations for this role.
Throughout my career, I have amassed comprehensive experience in performing top-flight fraud investigations and analysis, collaborating with motivated and productive teams, and generating detailed, accurate reports. Additionally, my demonstrated success in effectively communicating across cross-functional departments positions me to make a significant impact on your company.
Highlights of my experience include…
Driving exhaustive fraud analysis and investigation; identifying cases, recommending courses of action, analyzing high-risk business relationships, and maximizing restitution efforts to achieve substantial funding recoveries.
Leveraging expertise in fraud and risk assessment to monitor and analyze data / financial trends and patterns.
Providing accurate and detailed oversight of fraud and risk analyses while collaborating with multiple teams to enable maximum efficiency and productivity.
Achieving certification as a Certified Fraud Examiner.
With my expertise in performing all facets of fraud analysis, combined with my inherent interpersonal, analytical and problem-solving skills, I am ready to provide outstanding service within your organization and look forward to discussing the position with you in further detail.
John H. Thomas