Consumer and Investment Management (CIMD)
The Consumer and Investment Management Division includes Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM), Private Wealth Management (PWM) and our Consumer business (Marcus by Goldman Sachs). We provide asset management, wealth management and banking expertise to consumers and institutions around the world. CIMD partners with various teams across the firm to help individuals and institutions navigate changing markets and take control of their financial lives.
Consumer (Marcus by Goldman Sachs)
Marcus by Goldman Sachs is the firms consumer business, combining the entrepreneurial spirit of a startup with 150 years of experience. Today, Marcus has $90 billion in deposits, $7 billion in loan balances and 4 million customers across our lending and deposits businesses, as well as the personal financial management app, Clarity Money. Through the use of insights and intuitive design, we provide customers with powerful tools and products that are grounded in value, transparency and simplicity. We are backed by our unique team, comprised of individual contributors from leading agile technology companies, fintechs and consumer financial services companies, allowing us to disrupt the industry, while helping consumers take control of their financial lives.
Fraud Strategy is a team of critical thinkers with groups across all areas of the firm who design and deliver industry-leading fraud solutions for the consumer businesses. We report to the Chief Risk Officer of Consumer Digital Finance and interface heavily with the Marcus Businesses, Fraud Operations, Credit Risk Strategy, Collections Risk and Tech Risk functions. This is a high impact and fast paced role with an opportunity to develop baseline strategies for new business initiatives as well as optimize existing fraud programs.RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
In your role on the Fraud Strategy team for the Marcus Businesses, you will be responsible for driving new initiatives to enhance the fraud strategy as the business continues to rapidly evolve. The role requires a high degree of project management skills, ability to stay up to date with the latest business and fraud developments, as well as basic analytical skills.
The ideal candidate will have 2 - 5 years of experience in either fraud prevention or financial services. The candidate should be comfortable in taking ownership of large projects while coordinating with a multitude of stake-holders. The candidate will need to be comfortable with driving new innovative technology/data driven fraud solutions within a start up like environment. The candidate must be able to collaborate across divisions to deliver enterprise fraud initiatives and ideally have some experience working with internal and external governance teams including Customer Operations, Financial Crimes (AML), Compliance, Decision Sciences and Technology.