Operations Business Analyst - Asset Management - London

Job Title: Operations Business Analyst - Asset Management - London
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: Up to £65000.00 per annum
Reference: BBBH18338_1531842655
Contact Name: Katherine Hunter
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Job Published: July 17, 2018 16:50

Job Description

Operations Business Analyst - Asset Management - London

6 Months FTC


Company Description

A market leading asset management institution based in central London. The firm has maintained a strong internal culture and reputation throughout its growth across multiple continents.

Job Description

Sitting within the Chief Operating Office, you will work as an Operational Business Analyst managing and implementing multiple change projects within the Operations department. In addition to this, you will work on external changes that impact operations, for example new product launches.

Key Responsibilities

  • Build and maintain positive relationships with senior management across operations.
  • Engage with external partners in order to progress implementation.
  • Responsible for gathering the business requirements and writing the relevant project documentation.
  • Manage multiple projects to ensure delivery is completed on time.
  • Escalate any potential risks to senior management.
  • Own the end to end analysis of the projects.

Key Skills

  • Experience of Investment Management middle office processes.
  • Previous experience of delivering projects within an Investment Management/Asset Management environment.
  • Previous experience liaising with external third party partners
  • Proven ability to product documentation to a high level
  • Previous experience working as an Operations Business Analyst
  • Aladdin experience is preferred

What's in it for you?

A brilliant opportunity to further your career within the coveted asset management industry and to join an organisation who are passionate and embody their values every day. You will sit in a senior position, affecting the direction of the UK Institutional business.