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Forensic Technology Manager - Forensic

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Full Time


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Forensic Technology (“FTech”) is looking for a Manager to join the current team. The group is part of KPMG Risk Consulting, with typical engagements involving the capture of client data from computers and networks, and analysis/process management in support of large scale regulation, litigation or investigation and IP/Commercially Sensitive Data Remediation.

On a day-to-day basis the FTech Manager will work under the direction of the Senior management team, and will undertake and have management responsibilities for the team in the delivery of engagements. The nature of the work may include some out of hours work and overseas travel, depending on the nature of the assignments.


The Role

The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing a number of FTech engagements and/or client accounts, enhancing our overall offering via business development and infrastructure improvement, devising and implementing long term strategy for the department, managing business processes and performance management across the team.

The Person

- Proven experience in the eDisclosure, legal, IT or related industry.
- Knowledge of the EDRM Model and all various processes associated therewith
- Technical background with experience of eDisclosure tools such as Relativity, Nuix, BrainSpace etc.
- Ability to develop and present materials to clients in support of business development activities.
- Excellent project management and IT project delivery skills.
- Ability to focus on detail, work methodically and to be able to communicate effectively with others.
- Excellent team working skills and the ability to work efficiently and accurately under pressure.
- Ability to take ownership of team tasks and pursue these through to completion with initiative and enthusiasm.
- The willingness and enthusiasm to learn about the Forensic Technology industry as it continues to advance and change.


Forensic Technology Analyst- Forensic

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Junior Professional

Employment type: Full Time


The TeamForensic Technology (FTech) supports clients and their legal advisors in response to litigation, civil disputes, investigations, regulatory, and M&A matters. FTech assist their clients through the preservation, collection, processing, reporting, and analysis of electronically stored information (ESI) such as emails, chat messages, and electronic documents.

The projects are often time critical and include global clients with footprints around the world, providing opportunities to work with other overseas offices including on site attendance. Many projects have a significant impact on our clients’ businesses and communities, with matters occasionally featuring on international headlines.

FTech are looking for data specialists who are able to extract, store, enhance, and investigate large volumes of unstructured data by leveraging market-leading technologies and methodologies.


The Role
Data analysts support the delivery work on a range of engagements. This will include:

- Responding to client requests and queries with supervision from project managers.
- Creating and updating data trackers, dashboards, and reports.
- Verifying, validating and analysing data that has been collected or received from clients.
- Preparing and normalising unstructured data from a range of data sources: email, electronic documents, instant messaging, chat data, audio data and more.
- Assisting with forensic data collections.
- Maintaining and updating procedural documentation.
Other duties:

- Delivering client based training on our review systems via WebEx or to an audience.
- Contributing to business development through market research, consolidating credentials, and creating slide decks.
- Assisting with evidence and media tracking.
- Researching and testing new
software.
The PersonTo succeed in this role you will need to demonstrate the following experience and skills:

- Worked in a professional services environment assisting with the delivery of eDisclosure/Investigations.
- Knowledge of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) lifecycle.
- Familiarity with forensic best practices, e.g. evidence handling, chain of custody, metadata preservation, etc.
- Experience in handling and analysing unstructured data sources such as emails, network shares, and laptops.
- Experience in liaising with clients on basic requests and delivering software training.
- Proficient in tools such as EnCase, Nuix, Relativity, Brainspace or similar.
All candidates are expected to have a number of the following qualities:

- Excellent written and communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to think through and solve problems independently.
- Proactive in taking ownership of tasks and managing expectations.
- Keen to learn industry-specific software and in-house processes.
- Able to work in a high-pressured environment.
- Experience in a professional environment or role is desirable.

Forensic Technology Assistant Manager - Forensic

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


The Team

Forensic Technology (FTech) supports clients and their legal advisors in response to litigation, civil disputes, investigations, regulatory, and M&A matters. FTech assist their clients through the preservation, collection, processing, reporting, and analysis of electronically stored information (ESI) such as emails, chat messages, and electronic documents.

The projects are often time critical and include global clients with footprints around the world, providing opportunities to work with other overseas offices including on site attendance. Many projects have a significant impact on our clients’ businesses and communities, with matters occasionally featuring on international headlines.

FTech are looking for data specialists who are able to extract, store, enhance, and investigate large volumes of unstructured data by leveraging market-leading technologies and methodologies.


The Role

Supporting delivery work on range of engagements. This will involve:


- Reporting to the engagement manager on day-to-day delivery elements.
- Responding to client requests with the supervision of the engagement manager.
- Managing expectations and taking ownership of delivery elements to meet pressing engagement deadlines.
- Managing small to medium projects from start to finish
- Supporting off-site projects where a mobile technology environment has been deployed.
Other duties:


- Maintaining and updating procedural documentation.
- Delivery of client-based training on our review systems via WebEx or to an audience.
- Assisting with technology demonstrations regarding our technology offerings in the form of seminars or online webinars.
- Researching and testing new software.
- Assisting with project administration tasks where appropriate.
The Person To succeed in this role you will need to demonstrate the following experience and skills:

- Worked in a professional services environment with at least 2/3 years’ experience assisting with the delivery of eDisclosure/Investigations.
- Knowledge of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) lifecycle.
- Familiarity with forensic best practices, e.g. evidence handling, chain of custody, metadata preservation, etc.
- Experience in handling and analysing unstructured data sources such as emails, network shares, and laptops.
- Experience in liaising with clients on basic requests and delivering software training.
- Proficient in tools such as EnCase, Nuix, Relativity, Brainspace or similar.
All candidates are expected to have a number of the following qualities:

- Excellent written and communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to think through and solve problems independently.
- Proactive in taking ownership of tasks and managing expectations.
- Keen to learn industry-specific software and in-house processes.
- Able to work in a high-pressured environment.
- Experience in a professional environment or role is desirable.

Economics Assistant Manager

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


Job Description

KPMG UK’s Economics team, centred in the London office, is made up of around 30 Economists, who apply economic theory and quantitative techniques to real world problems, helping corporate and public sector bodies understand markets and improve their decision making.

The team’s activities cover a range of practices that include competition economics, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and financial economics. The team works in a range of sectors including financial services, technology, healthcare, retail, telecoms, energy, transport and water. Examples of recent work carried out by the team include advising Government departments on business cases, the European Commission on the Google Shopping abuse of dominance case, a cartel damages dispute, an impact assessment for a large retailer in the UK, providing macro-economic forecasting and scenarios to large banks, advising on regulatory price control appeals in the water sector, and advising on UK and EU merger investigations.

Economists at KPMG often work closely with academic advisers on client projects and research. They also collaborate closely with KPMG colleagues in other parts of the UK firm, for example Data Analytics, Disputes, Deal Advisory or Tax. The team frequently collaborates with other member firms within the KPMG network, including several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and North America.


The Role

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Economics team as an Assistant Manager with a focus on microeconomics.


Responsibilities:

• Be a key member of our successful team, delivering high quality economic advice to our clients.
• Support our clients in cases covering microeconomics work, including impact assessment, policy appraisal, and strategic regulatory advice. Specifically, this may involve preparing information requests, data collection, preparation and analysis, industry research, literature reviews and drafting of client deliverables.
• Support business development and practice development activities within the team.
• Clearly and effectively communicate economic concepts and findings to non-economist audiences, verbally and in writing.
• Help to manage projects on a day to day basis, including client interaction.


The Person

Qualifications and skills:

• MA/MSc/MPhil or above in Economics.
• Experience of applying economic analysis either in consulting or in the public sector.
• Expertise in at least one of the following areas of work: policy appraisal, business cases and evaluation, regulatory economics, microeconometrics.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• An ability to work as part of a team, towards tight deadlines, and a keen willingness to learn.
• An ability to explain complex economics clearly and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situations.
• Experience and/or qualifications in quantitative techniques/econometrics and the handling of large datasets desirable.
• Knowledge of programming languages such as R, Stata or others is desirable.

Macro-Economics Manager

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Full Time


The Team

KPMG’s Economics team serves a diverse international client base, advising firms on a broad range of high- profile issues, from strategy, to financial stability to impact of regulatory changes as well as competition issues across a variety of industries.
The practice spans a number of functional areas, with core skills ranging from micro and macro-economics, competition and regulatory economics, micro and macro-econometrics, regulatory strategy, cost modelling, pricing and regulatory finance and accounting.
In the macro-economic space, engagements include IFRS9 economic scenario assistance on KPMG-audited entities and advisory banks; stress testing for financial institutions and forecasting market and sector outlook for our deals advisory clients. Our team of economists works closely with leading academic advisors, drawing on in-depth sector knowledge from experts within the KPMG network, to deliver high quality economic advice to our clients.
KPMG’s Economics team sits within KPMG Forensic, and is part of KPMG’s Risk Consulting group.
The highly successful Economics practice at KPMG is looking to accelerate its recent growth. The team typically works with clients at board level, offering interesting and varied work, and the opportunity to earn substantial rewards by expanding our successful practice in the UK and across Europe.

The Role

KPMG is seeking a Manager to help expand our macroeconomics service. The work will involve assessment of economic scenarios for stress testing, IFRS9 and other Stress testing regulatory exercises, development of economic outlook scenarios using macroeconomic and econometric models, building sector/client specific revenue and cost projections, market sizing, elasticity analysis and economic strategy evaluation.
Responsibilities
• Enhancing and developing the in-house econometric models (statistical, structural economic models, CGE)
• Developing tools for forecasting macroeconomic variables
• Drafting methodology papers and client reports
• Conducting technical modelling and presenting to internal and external stakeholders
• Contributing to proposals and pitches
• Managing engagement risk process
• Managing engagements including scoping, resourcing, budget monitoring, analysis, report writing
• Providing coaching and training to other team members


The Person

• A 2.1 or First class undergraduate degree in Economics
• A 2.1 or First class Masters’ degree in economics from a top rated university
• Experience developing economic models (statistical, structural, CGE) from scratch, and adapting these models to suit specific client needs
• Experience in gathering economic data and forecasting techniques
• No less than 5 years of experience working with another professional services firm, Central Bank or Think Tank in a macroeconomics team/unit
• Proficiency in R,/Stata/Matlab
• Ability to work across diverse projects, with other skillsets
• Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing
• An ability to explain complex economics clearly to non- economists and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situation
• Proven experience of managing teams

Economics Director - Technical Specialist

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Director

Employment type: Full Time


The Team:




KPMG’s Economics team serves a diverse international client base, advising firms on a broad range of high profile issues, from strategy, to financial stability to impact of regulatory changes as well as competition issues across a variety of industries.






The practice spans a number of functional areas, with core skills ranging from micro and macro-economics, competition and regulatory economics, micro and macro-econometrics, regulatory strategy, cost modelling, pricing and regulatory finance and accounting.






In the macro-economics space, engagements include IFRS9 economic scenario assistance on KPMG-audited entities and advisory clients; stress testing for financial institutions and forecasting market and sector outlook. Our team of economists works closely with leading academic advisors, drawing on in-depth sector knowledge from experts within the KPMG network, to deliver high quality economic advice to our clients.






KPMG’s Economics team sits within KPMG Forensic, and is part of KPMG’s Risk Consulting group.







The highly successful Economics practice at KPMG is looking to accelerate its recent growth. The team typically works with clients at board level, offering interesting and varied work, and the opportunity to earn substantial rewards by expanding our successful practice in the UK and across Europe.







The Role:






KPMG is seeking a Director with significant CGE modelling expertise. The role will involve leading development of enhancements to our CGE modelling capabilities, in particular in relation to the economics of climate change, collaborating with leading academics. The role will involve working closely with KPMG’s broader climate change modelling practice.







The role will require the ability to present technical economic modelling to internal and external stakeholders, as well as providing written deliverables.







The role will also involve marketing our economic modelling capabilities to clients, and internal KPMG stakeholders.







The role will be for a position that is an integral part of the Economics team. We will expect the successful candidate to live the values all round. The role will also involve a significant amount of coaching and development of more junior staff.






All of the above should be delivered while displaying outstanding risk management.






The Person:





PhD in economics focussed on CGE modelling.




Experience developing CGE models from scratch, and adapting these models to suit specific client needs as well as the developments in the economics literature.




Strong understanding of available climate models and techniques, and an established network in this space including with leading think tanks.




Ability to work across diverse projects, with other skillsets.




Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing.




An ability to explain complex economics clearly to non- economists and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situation.




Proven experience of leading and managing teams, and an ability to work collaboratively.




Experience working in a senior role with proven experience of delivering complex economic output to senior stakeholders to inform critical decision making.




Ability to write proposals and to sell work in the space of CGE modelling.




Experience in managing commercial and contractual risk.






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