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Omnicision - fraud and financial crime

 
#1 Omnicision - fraud and financial crime
02/07/2009 15:13

anon

Anybody come across Omnicision before? Small firm doing consulting in (my) niche area of fraud, risk and money laundering (although I have a background in xcredit and oepratioal risk in general).

They are apparently looking for subject matter experts to work on a number of projects on an "associate" basis. Might be a pain free way into contracting/freelancing? Been thinking about leaving my firm for a while as I'm one of very few with this expertise and none of the partners understand it enought to sell it.

Any inside info or comments welcom.

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#2 RE: Omnicision - fraud and financial crime
02/07/2009 15:40

Cynic to anon (#1)

Why not grab the bull by the horn and ask if the partners will support you in trying to develop and market this as a service for your firm?

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#3 RE: Omnicision - fraud and financial crime
03/07/2009 15:34

anon to anon (#1)

Nice way to post a free advert on TopConsultant Omnicision!

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#4 RE: Omnicision - fraud and financial crime
03/07/2009 16:56

anon to anon (#3)

It would be but "associate" ads are free on top-consultant. So if it was a corporate post then they've managed to pay nothing for a free thing.

Reason I know is that some recruiters do the opposite - they post ads in the free area which turn out to be for permy jobs.

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