Position
Change Manager - Fund Management


Recruiter
Bruin


Location
City of London


Salary
Competitive


Date
17 March 2017


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The change team are responsible for owning and maintaining a business change process to identify, analyse and deliver business change for the Investments business. The role requires both the administration of the process, maintaining relationships with all stakeholders, particularly Front Office and IT and the delivery of change projects through managing projects under the direction of the Head of Change.

Key Responsibilities

Manage appropriate change projects and / or project workstreams through the full life cycle of projects, from initiation through analysis, implementation to close

Contribute to analysis of issues and requests in conjunction with the wider Change team and the Head of Change

Provide assistance to the Head of Change and the Compliance and Legal teams to monitor and review the regulatory, legal and technical landscape and assess the impact on the business' operations
Provide input and assistance to the Head of Change and the COO to determine the target operating model (in terms of people, processes and technology/data) to build capabilities in a regulatory compliant and cost effective manner whilst meeting the Front Office needs

Assist the Head of Change to administer and embed a full programme and project capability and process across the business

Support the Head of Change, COO and Investments with the preparation of various board and management reports

Person Specification

Has an interest and understanding of investment management, or wider finance industry
Understands the impact of regulation on the financial services industry
Has experience of project or programme environments
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