Senior Business Analyst - F2B change - Asset Management

Alexander Ash



09 January 2017

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My client, a leading Investment Manager, is looking for a Senior Business Analyst to join on a
permanent basis. You will join the central change function, and work on a portfolio of projects
which range from (for example) the introduction of new operating practices with associated systems
and processes, regulatory change, and HR or marketing initiatives. The candidate will have the
potential to be involved with all these types of projects either directly (in the role of BA), or
as oversight where members of their team are running the projects.

Key requirements

Ability to manage multiple in-flight projects and prioritise between them effectively.

Ability to elicit business and detailed requirements across multiple functions in a complex and
fast-changing environment.

Ability to document and validate requirements including AS IS and TO BE processes, and ensure
documentation is robust enough to enable development and testing estimation.

Ability to take a risk-based approach to analysis - using experience to prioritise areas that are
most important while compromising where appropriate.

Broad understanding of financial markets, regulation and industry trends - experience of asset
management is preferred.

Ability to navigate, manage and communicate with a wide range of stakeholders including senior

Significant hands-on project delivery experience, both IT and non IT preferable

Strong experience gathering requirements, managing stakeholder etc

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