Senior Associate – Forensics (Advisory) at PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC)

PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC) firms help organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for. We’re a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 200,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. In Sub-Saharan Africa, we're the largest provider of professional services with offices in 34 countries and close to 9 000 people.Senior Associate - Forensics (Advisory)Job Type: Full Time  Qualification: BA/BSc/HND  Experience: 4 yearsLocation: LagosJob Field: Finance / Accounting / Audit   Reference Number: 125-NIG00138Location: LagosOverview and Job SummaryBusinesses today are confronted daily by corruption, fraud and other unplanned events. Our growing Advisory Forensics Services practice protects opportunities for clients by working with them to strategically prepare for and manage the changeable complexities of the evolving threat landscape and by providing unparalleled resources and insights to investigate fraud, assist in risk management and mitigation, and identify and analyze vulnerabilities - whether in one country or worldwide. With a strong Forensics presence in more than 40 countries, our strategic threat management approach enables us to work with international clients to anticipate, manage, and respond to threats, while also helping clients become "threat-smart."Our Forensics professionals possess core forensics capabilities as well as forensic technology expertise and offer clients a unilateral advantage in investigating problems that extend across borders or that afflict multinational organizations.Our global team prevents, investigates and remediates the issues arising from regulatory, legal and commercial minefields that can damage brand and bottom line if left unchecked and helps clients become "threat-smart" and develop dynamic, adaptive strategies before a crisis occurs. Our consultants who are former accountants, financial analysts, technology experts, former regulators and members of law enforcement, statisticians, economists, engineers, compliance officers, and fraud examiners are skilled in accounting, financial analysis, advanced technology, and regulatory knowledge and provide insights to companies around the world that are confronting corporate investigations, litigation and regulatory enforcement challenges.Job DescriptionThe role:Provides team leadership on small-to-medium size projectsProvides technical guidance in applying PwC’s forensic and dispute analysis methodology in all engagementsProvides coaching & development, motivation and support to staff – provides honest and timely feedback to staffMaintains sound client relationships and communicates relationships to appropriate partners or leadersMonitors costs against budgets, prepares and follows-up on bill collectionsPrepares high quality reports, proposals, marketing collateral etc.Participates in business development initiatives to identify and develop appropriate opportunities for the firm

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