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Front Office Business Analyst (Wealth Manager)

  • Location London
  • Job type Permanent
  • Reference BBBH116704

As Front Office Business Analyst, you will contribute to the delivery of the strategic objectives of the company through the provision of business analysis. The current programme of change is designed to deliver major business transformational changes and ongoing BAU enhancements & efficiencies over a multi-year timeframe. Utilise a range of business analysis tools and techniques in order to deliver high quality business analysis artefacts within the Change function and associated projects.

Our client values diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from everyone. If you have a disability and need help with the application process please tell us.

Key Responsibilities:

The role will involve applying business knowledge to the project environment. The candidate will need to:

- Provide conceptual solutions to often-complicated business problems and make recommendations for preferred solutions.

- Lead requirements gathering and elicitation using a range of analysis tools and techniques.

- Work with Senior Management and up to Executive level to facilitate the sign off / agreement of solutions and recommendations.

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills - must be able to communicate fluently in English both verbally and in writing.

- Regulatory Responsibilities (Compliance/T&C)

Required:

- Strong Business Analyst / business analysis experience

- Wealth management / wealth manager / private banking / private bank experience

- Front office experience in a wealth management company (discretionary, model portfolios and unitised funds)

- Good experience liaising with Developers in an Agile environment

Desirable:

-Experience with OMS systems (ThinkFolio, Charles River, Aladdin, Bloomberg AIM, Avaloq etc)

-CRM

-Client experience / client journey

-Target operating model design experience

-Lean experience

-Understand what financial advisors do

-Understand discretionary management