Data Business Analyst - Solvency II - Securities / Asset Mangmt

Alexander Ash



07 April 2017

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A leading securities services organisation are working on regulatory reform within their asset management outsourcing division and have a fantastic opportunity for a Business Analyst to play a key role in data change under Solvency II.

As a Data Business Analyst you will be responsible for acting as a data conduit between market, accounting, OTC and regulatory data, obtaining data from various systems and data loading, looking at client requirements and transposing various data requirements. This will entail working with business data requirements as well as SQL.

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

3+ years data business analysis experience in leading securities services / asset management firms

Solid understanding of equities, fixed income and OTC derivatives processing

Ability to write simple SQL statements and intermediate excel skills (vlookup, pivot etc.)

Structured data business analysis skills and experience across the full project lifecycle

Solvency II knowledge is highly desirable for this role

Understanding of Markit EDM is highly desirable

Degree educated or higher from a leading academic institution

This is a £500-£600/day role based London initially for six months.

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