Business Analyst - MIFID 2 - Regulatory Change -Investment Bank

Alexander Ash



08 May 2017

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Our client a Tier 1 Investment Banking Giant has an urgent need for a high calibre change Business analyst to join the Regulatory Operations Change Team on a contracting basis working on the MIFID 2 - Regulatory Change Initiative. The successful candidate will work on the significant project workload, with the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of activities from process re engineering, business requirements definition, project planning and management, test planning and execution and business implementation.

All candidates must have proven experience in change management.

Main Duties

Project management of regulatory deliveries to meet business objectives and industry deadlines.

Review of guidelines published by regulators to understand their impact to Equity Operations.

Business analysis - Translate regulations into business requirements. Documentation and analysis using appropriate tools and techniques.

Design and document business processes for new world view post regulation implementations. Ensuring business users are trained accordingly.

Execution - Working with core team from the business, agree defined action plan with owners and dates and follow through to delivery

Communication - ensuring all key stakeholders understand project milestones, risks and issues

Working with IT, Finance, the Business and cross-asset colleagues to ensure coordinated Front to Back delivery

Workshop facilitation - Engage with key stakeholders to facilitate workshops and provide data to these sessions to enable fact based conclusions to be drawn

UAT - supporting test script development and execution

Person Requirements

Education / Professional Qualifications:

Graduate with good honours degree or equivalent

Work Experience / Background:

Experience in change management across an international investment bank and / or a major consulting firm within financial services

Strong business analysis skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Knowledge of MIFID 2

Track record in the delivery and implementation of change initiatives

Experience in process improvement analysis and business process reengineering.

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