The Senior Fraud Analyst position is a key role within the Risk Management Function and AML that impacts our membership. This position will use internal and external intelligence to perform investigations against this data to identify fraud and financial crime exposure across the enterprise. This position requires the ability to analyze large amounts of data and extract relevant information to be used for control gap analysis, countermeasure development, and strategic intelligence reporting.


  1. Conduct financial crime investigations, including researching and analyzing transaction information, customer data, public records, open-source information, and other external research tools to determine financial crime risk across the enterprise.
  2. Use research from business unit fraud partners, external intelligence and data, reports from law enforcement, other financial institutions, and industry consortium groups to identify emerging threats impacting the sector.
  3. Leverage a variety of technical and fraud monitoring detection tools to detect and link organized crime rings, assess intelligence gaps, and proactively characterize financial crime threats.
  4. Classify threat actor tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) based on indicators and attack vectors exploited and use this information to identify additional risk across the Credit Union.
  5. Document analytical findings in comprehensive investigative reports that summarize the emerging threat, customer risk, control gaps, and recommended action for remediation.
  6. Partner with the Information Security team to as needed for Incident Response and member related investigations.
  7. Liaise with peer financial institutions and law enforcement to stay ahead of emerging financial crime threats.
  8. Uses data analytic tools to develop dashboards that assist in tracking financial crime trends.


Here are a few skills you MUST have to be qualified for this position.

  1. Minimum 7-9 years of relevant experience in branch operations, member relations or related field, including a minimum of 4 years of fraud investigation experience within a financial institution.
  2. Certified Anti -Money Laundering Specialist or the American Bankers Association’s Certified AML and Fraud Professional, Certified Fraud Examiner or the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators Certified Financial Crimes Investigator designation.
  3. Strongly skilled in strategic planning, tactical implementation and analytical thinking.
  4. Ability to function in a Consumer business office environment and utilize standard office equipment including but not limited to: PC, copier, telephone, etc.
  5. Ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs. (file boxes, computer printer).
  6. Travel required sometimes.

Here are a few qualities we’d LIKE for you to have to make you more suited for this position.

  1. General knowledge and understanding of the laws and regulations governing credit unions.


Our organizations believe we can all do well by doing good. We value the contributions of diverse minds and prioritize the success and well-being of our employees. We also believe every person in our organization plays a role in supporting a healthy environment and helping to achieve our goal of prosperity for all. To this end, we recruit bright, energetic, and talented people to be members of our team. In return, we offer a dynamic workplace that presents opportunities for professional advancement and individual growth. We strive to always display integrity, self-awareness, courage, and respect for one another while continuing to seek opportunities to learn. We really believe that when our employees succeed, our community wins.

If you have questions about this position description, please feel welcome to ask. You can reach our HR Department at:

LGFCU Human Resources

3600 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 27609