The State of the Forensic Technology Market in 2020The perpetual game of cat and mouse between criminals and financial institutions continues to unveil new moves by each side as each attempt to stay ahead of the other.
The Forensic Technology landscape continues to evolve as the perpetual game of cat and mouse between criminals and financial institutions unveils new moves by each side as each tries to stay ahead of the other. With these changes come big challenges and opportunities for financial institutions.
John Bevan in our US office recently created a salary and industry update regarding the market in New York City.
What are our key takeaways?
We have seen a significant change in skill set within Forensics over the last 12 months. Whilst SQL Server and relational database work is still a focus, AI and Machine Learning have become the sought after skills that consulting firms and banks are looking for.
There is also a strong demand for candidates who possess soft skills that demonstrate their ability to work on multiple projects at once, source new business, up-sell on existing accounts to clients, and have a client facing commercial acumen.
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We dedicate our time to finding professionals that can build and validate AML and Financial Crime models using Machine Learning and other AI techniques whilst maintaining a high level of commercial acumen and presentation skills.