Business Analyst - Performance

Job Title: Business Analyst - Performance
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £500 - £550 per annum
Reference: BBBH13665
Contact Name: Danielle Sherman
Contact Email:
Job Published: December 07, 2016 09:18

Job Description

One of my Asset Management clients is looking for a new Business Analyst to support the role out of a new Performance & Attribution system. They are about to embark upon a large migration from their existing Performance system - Barclays Point so require an experienced Performance Business Analyst to support the Project Managers and Head of Transformation throughout the end to end delivery of this project.

As the Business Analyst you will be responsible for analysing and documenting the requirements from the business to support the delivery of the new Performance and Attribution system. You will then manage stakeholders end to end throughout the full project lifecycle working closely with Front, Middle and Back Office users. Part of the project will also be to deliver new requirements to the Aladdin platform which needs to be reflected in the requirements.

To be successful you will need to have strong business analysis skills as well as a career in Asset Management, specifically managing Performance & Attribution projects. Additionally you will need to have experience with one off the shelf Performance and Attribution system such as POINT or B-One and experience with Aladdin (Blackrock), they may consider an alternative OMS but not as beneficial.

Essential experience:

  • Performed the role of a Business Analyst at an Asset Management firm
  • Experience delivering Performance and Attribution projects
  • Managed the rollout, migration or enhancement to a Performance & Attribution vendor package - Barclays Point, B-One, Blackrock Prism etc

If you have the above experience and would like to find out more information about the project and client please apply or contact me directly on 0203 1894362 or email CV's

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