Santander: Why a former military police was the perfect candidate to join the company

Emily Selkirk is Head of Corporate and Investment Banking Transaction Monitoring at Santander. Read our case study to find out why the transferable skills of a former Military Policeman, Tawanda Tahwa, made him the perfect candidate for a role within her team.

Cyber Success Story: Former Military Policeman making his mark in Santander

Are you ex-military and looking at Financial Crime as your next career move? Be inspired by our case study with former Military Policeman, Tawanda Tahwa who successfully completed SaluteMyJob, IBM and the Corsham Institutes i2 training course - and is now making his mark with one of the world’s leading banks as a Transaction Monitoring Analyst.

Addressing the cyber security skills gap

Addressing the cyber security skills gap

At SMJ Consulting Services , we believe there is a net gain for employers to attract and recruit ex-military personal to fill in-demand cyber security roles within their organisation. The growing demand for skilled people within this sector highlights why the cyber security industry needs military skills more than ever. Global demand for cyber security experts is forecast to outstrip supply by a third before the end of the decade. Not only can this talented pool help plug skills gaps in the industry - but their unique and transferable skills would be a great asset to any organisation.