Project Manager -Investor Protection-Securities-Investment Bank

Alexander Ash



16 February 2017

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Project Manager -Investor Protection-Securities-Investment Bank

A major investment bank are undertaking the MiFiD II Investor Protection implementation and have a fantastic opportunity for a Project Manager to play a key role in playing a key interface role with the business.

as a Project Manager you will work across the Investor Protection and Inducements (costs & charges) components of MIFID II, participating in steering groups and being the 'link' to the business, as well as writing internal issue cards and client materials on these topics, as well as potentially articulating issues in front office data capture for escalation to key governance forums.

You should apply for this role if you are/have:

3+ years project management experience in major investment banking firms

Solid understanding of Investor Protection and or Inducements under MiFID II

Structured project management skills focusing on business change rather than IT

Solid understanding of investment banking products, securities preferable

Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills including front office

Management consulting experience is highly desirable for this role

Degree educated or higher from a leading academic institution

This is a £600-£650/day contract role based London initially for six months.
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