Your new company
This well-regarded international bank is looking for an experienced Business Analyst to Markets Technology Team to support the delivery of a high-profile business critical project.
Your new role
As part of this role you will be expected to lead the technology and operations involvement in a high-profile front office change programme. You will be expected to lead process improvement initiatives and perform in depth analysis of business and operational issues to identify potential solutions. You will be expected to be comfortable interacting and influencing with vendors and senior stakeholders to ensure positive outcomes.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to be successful in this role you will need to have extensive experience of working in complex projects and comfortable operating in an agile environment. You will need to have a strong understanding of Global Markets and be comfortable with trade lifecycle ant OTC products. Experience of dealing with Front Office projects would be extremely beneficial.
In order to be successful in this position you will need to be highly analytical with strong attention to detail. The ability to clearly document both functional and non-functional requirements is critical in this role, as the ability to work to tight deadlines.
What you need to do now
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