Business Analyst

Location: London, England Salary: £60000 - £65000 per annum + benefits + bonus
Sector: Banking and Finance, Asset Management, Banking IT, Consumer Finance, Finance and Operations, Global Markets, Insurance, M & A, Credit Analysis Type: Permanent

The large UK bank is looking for a Business Analyst to join the Business Analyst team that supports the build out of UK Regulatory Capital Calculations on the strategic platform covering migration of existing calculations and on-boarding of new reporting requirements.

You will liaise with Business and other Technology teams across the bank to define and implement changes. Specifically:

  • Working with the business to determine and document clear and concise business requirements.
  • Working with IT groups to convert requirements into specification.
  • Act as the bridge between the business, IT and other businesses.
  • Development of system operating models and processes.
  • Assisting in the preparation and execution of User Testing including Impact Analysis.
  • Develop and deliver user procedures and training.
  • Provide go-live and post implementation support.
  • Identify/anticipate obstacles and analyse and propose resolutions.
  • Understand impact of proposed changes on business areas and processes.
  • Adopt and evolve the agile approach.
  • Contribute to the long term strategy around R&A architecture.

We are looking for someone who has:

  • Experience in delivering projects using Agile methodology.
  • Credit risk business domain knowledge.
  • Experience of working with Queries and Data Models
  • Management experience (matrix)

To hear more about this role please submit your CV online or call me directly, Pritesh Chudasama on 0207 469 5022.

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