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The Front Office Global Markets Client Integration group (GMCI) exists to help protect Sales from regulatory risk by monitoring client-related regulations and implementing a range of controls and metrics to ensure that rules are being followed. The group helps implement new regulations, work with Legal and Compliance (LCD) to translate and operationalize the law, and executing (or supporting other groups) the various activities required for each client to ensure compliance. In order to do this, GMRI has significant analytic capability, tying together data from multiple domains to provide prioritized lists of clients together with compliance status. The group works very closely with Client Onboarding (COB), which moves clients from "prospect" to "customer" in the shortest possible time. GMCI provides guidance to COB for any pre-trade compliance requirements, and modifies the client onboarding tool, CMS.
This role is the Business Analyst for the Global Markets Client Integration - Regulatory Integration team. Business Analysts are expected to take full end-to-end responsibility for projects. They may be engaged in multiple projects and multiple teams simultaneously as delivery progresses towards the target operating model. Specifically this role is to manage the definition and scope of the regulatory programme and ensure these requirements enable the IB's regulatory compliance and align to the future state client architecture.
This role will be engaged in projects that will ensure the IB's regulatory compliance and align to the future state client architecture.
Perform business analysis to help define solution options and recommendations, including pros/cons and rationale for recommendation
Work with global stakeholders in understanding and translating requirements to the underlying data
Gather and document requirements reviews with business stakeholders and achieving signoff
Coordinate user acceptance testing for business users including preparing test scripts, validating test completion and signoff
Create key project documents such as end-to-end current/future business process flows, use cases, BRD, cost/benefit analysis
Identify and document process changes and system improvements
Ensure process improvement through redesign is at the forefront of all initiatives
Evaluate measurable project benefits, i.e. increased revenue, efficiency and control
Establish strong relationships with various functions and businesses throughout IB
Facilitate working groups tasked with solving specific data challenges within the organization
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
You Offer Essential
Experience working with Banking/Financial area and/or general knowledge of Investment Banking Operations processes
Significant business analysis experience with a leading consulting firm within financial services or in an international investment bank or similar institution
Strong knowledge of investment banking business processes - front to back
Excellent analytical, communication, presentation, organizational and analytical skills
Self starter, self-guiding, and can demonstrate independent thinking
Good communication skills; comfortable dealing directly with senior internal clients
Track record in delivering major adoption/migration projects in an investment bank or similar institution
Experience in achieving results working in multi-disciplinary teams and collaborating in a matrix environment.
Deep understanding of IT user requirements development, and testing
Experience acting as intermediary between business line and IT to ensure optimal delivery against requirements
Proven experience developing and writing business/functional requirements
Must have strong verbal and written communication skills and proficiency for detailed documentation
Proficient in analyzing client reference data
Ability to make recommendations to ensure data quality and appropriate controls
Experience with the standard SDLC lifecycle
Extremely strong organisational skills
Excellent relationship and interpersonal skills
Do you have knowledge of Client or Product Reference Data front to back?
Do you have knowledge of the banking regulatory environment?
Are you knowledgeable of Trade lifecycle (Order, Execution, Allocation)?
Are you knowledgeable of securities types and their settlement processes?