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Business Analyst - Financial Services - London

Job Title: Business Analyst - Financial Services - London
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £45000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
Reference: BBBH20227_1551456520
Contact Name: Katherine Hunter
Contact Email: katherine.hunter@twentyrecruitment.com
Job Published: March 01, 2019 16:08

Job Description

Business Analyst - Financial Services - London

Permanent

£45,000 - £55,000

Job Description

This is a brand new exciting role for a Business Analyst to join a leading Financial Services institution on a Global team. This role will have particular focus on Brexit related projects as well as SFTR projects and the delivery of high quality solutions across the organisation.

This is a newly created role within a growing Global team. As the Business Analyst you will lead product design discovery on projects, engage with the Technical Product Manager and user/user proxies to slice and translate requirements into valuable offerings and drive the delivery of high quality solutions.

Key Responsibilities

  • Gather and document business requirements
  • Participate with other members of the delivery team to create solutions in an Agile environment to meet business needs
  • Conduct design walkthroughs, demos and functionality feedback sessions with internal and external stakeholders
  • Analyse enhancement requests and bugs to determine solutions that do not negatively impact other product features
  • Work with the team to decompose requirements into user stories and define acceptance criteria
  • Align risk and control processes into day to day responsibilities to monitor and mitigate risk; escalates appropriately

Key Skills

  • Previous experience in a Business Analysis role within Financial Services
  • Knowledge and understanding of Derivatives products
  • Experience within Trade and Transaction reporting
  • Experience working in an Agile environment
  • Experience preparing and writing technical and functional specifications and BRDs