Plan, lead and execute investigations pursuant to the relevant Pan-Asian life insurance group and local policies, standards and procedures. Ensure that the working papers, draft reports and other deliverables meet standards set out in relevant Pan-Asian life insurance group and local policies, standards and procedures. Ensure that investigations are completed within reasonable time. Oversee and supervise the work of investigation team members and ensure quality of investigations. Effectively supervise external consultants to perform investigations (if applicable). Prepare and issue investigation reports and lead discussion of issues and recommendations with the appropriate levels of local and Group management as well as the Fraud Investigations Working Group in Pan-Asian life insurance group. Provide professional advice and insights to management to enable informed management decisions. Work with Philam Legal team on review and evaluation of information or evidence compiled for civil or criminal cases and/or regulatory investigations, and support any related legal proceedings. Liaise with the control community and other members of the company to help ensure appropriate remedial actions or enhancements are implemented for control weaknesses or improvement opportunities identified from investigations. Contribute to the development and delivery of preventive fraud education activities for employees and agents. Contribute towards the development of the investigatory function and the development of anti-fraud practices and procedures. Evaluate and propose to local management whether the investigation function has adequate human resources, technical expertise and proficiency to conduct investigations pursuant to relevant Pan-Asian life insurance group and local policies, standards and procedures, local regulatory requirements and local management expectations. Take the initiative in improving self through classroom and on-the-job trainings. Perform other responsibilities and duties periodically assigned by the [General Counsel] in order to meet operational and/or other requirements. Job Requirements University graduates in Accountancy, Law, Computer Science, Engineering, Information Technology or Information Systems Minimum [ten] years of experience of investigative work. Previous experience leading investigations is a must. Prior experience in investigations department within international professional services firms or international insurance companies or banks is preferred. Intermediate knowledge on IT, ability to use computer software such as Microsoft word, excel, powerpoint etc. Knowledge with data analytics, computer forensics, electronic discovery, and information security are preferred. Understanding of insurance and legislative/regulatory requirements is preferred. Good communication skills, verbally and in writing, with the ability to explain complex transactions and summarise evidence obtained in a clear and concise manner. The maturity and authority necessary to deal with senior management (both locally and from Group) and sensitive issues. Ability to work under pressure and meet milestones within time, cost and quality constraints. Self-confident, self-motivated and good interpersonal skills. Willing to travel within the Philippines at short notice.