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ID:  537555

Marseille, FR

Senior Anti-Fraud Corporate Investigator

Led by Rodolphe Saadé, the CMA CGM Group, a global leader in shipping and logistics, serves more than 420 ports around the world on five continents. With its subsidiary CEVA Logistics, a world leader in logistics, and its air freight division CMA CGM AIR CARGO, the CMA CGM Group is continually innovating to offer its customers a complete and increasingly efficient range of new shipping, land, air and logistics solutions.

Committed to the energy transition in shipping, and a pioneer in the use of alternative fuels, the CMA CGM Group has set a target to become Net Zero Carbon by 2050.
Through the CMA CGM Foundation, the Group acts in humanitarian crises that require an emergency response by mobilizing the Group’s shipping and logistics expertise to bring humanitarian supplies around the world.

Present in 160 countries through its network of more than 400 offices and 750 warehouses, the Group employs more than 155,000 people worldwide, including 4,000 in Marseilles where its head office is located.





The CMA CGM Group is a French container ship owner with activities in shipping, port handling, logistics and media. 
With the development of the Group and its new activities, new risks and specific subjects appear every day. 
As a member of the Anti-Fraud Investigations Department, reporting to the General Inspection unit, you will be responsible for designing, implementing and supervising investigations aimed at detecting, preventing and dealing with cases of fraud (corruption, misappropriation of assets, financial statement fraud, money laundering, etc.) within the company. You will work closely with the various internal teams (support function, business) to ensure the protection of assets, compliance with legal and regulatory standards, as well as the preservation of the company's reputation.




1. Design and planning:

  • Designing, improving and deploying best practice in the fight against fraud (corruption, misappropriation of assets, fraud involving financial statements, money laundering, etc.) across all the required systems: risk mapping, assessment of third parties, handling of alerts, newsletters, etc.
  • Taking an active part in improving the anti-fraud system by implementing best practice in line with the latest standards in force
  • Adapting anti-fraud policy requirements, including corruption issues, to the requirements and specificities of the business.

2. Internal investigations:

  • Carrying out internal investigations, both as part of a team and independently, into suspected cases of fraud or non-compliance with Group ethical standards
  • Analysis of documentation including financial data, open source information and any type of element enabling the search for proof and the factual demonstration of irregularities.
  • Carrying out due diligence and background checks on third parties in relation to identified fraud.
  • Working closely with the legal, compliance, human resources and operational departments.
  • Ensuring transparent communication with management on the results of investigations.

3. Reports and recommendations:

  • Prepare investigation reports, including recommendations addressed to the business lines in order to contribute to the improvement of processes.
  • Share the reports and present them, if necessary, to internal/external boards with a view to initiating actions resulting from the survey conducted.

4. Training and awareness-raising:

  • Providing training for Group employees to help disseminate best practice in the fight against fraud
  • Drafting and presenting processes and procedures in order to support the ongoing development of the business.

5. Innovation:

  • Provide innovative solutions in the field of open source research in order to contribute to the development of the system
  • Experience in deploying monitoring tools based on the mass processing of data (big data, data science, AI) in order to identify suspicious transactions.






  • Higher education in law, finance or a related field.
  • You will have at least 5 years' professional experience in internal audit, investigation, fraud prevention, banking compliance or with a specialist public authority (Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Defence).
  • In-depth knowledge of fraud and compliance laws and regulations, particularly anti-corruption.
  • Excellent analytical, communication and writing skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, and to manage several investigations in parallel.
  • Proficiency in the Office suite
  • Fluency in spoken and written English, enabling you to work in an international environment.
  • Travel abroad may be required


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