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Group Risk – Brexit Project Manager / Business Analyst – Investment Bank
Alexander Ash Consulting
January 27, 2018
London, United Kingdom
As a Project Manager or Business Analyst you will work across one or more risk types (credit, market, operational, liquidity etc.) to assess the suitability of control and governance frameworks in relation to any new legal entities that may be established, identify any potential issues, define solutions and project manage the implementations of these solutions. This will entail utilising our expert knowledge of risk gained form your time in the risk line, your previous experience with the definition and implementation of risk control and governance frameworks, as well as a structured change management capability.
Strong risk change experience within multiple global investment banks
Governance and/or control frameworks definition and implementation experience
Prior 'Line'/BAU risk management or risk advisory experience is mandatory
Detailed knowledge of one or more of: market, credit, operational and/or liquidity risk
Extensive structured business analysis and project management experience
Excellence stakeholder management up to senior Director and MD level
Degree educated or higher from a leading academic institution
This is a £600-£800/day intial six month role based London.
Due to extremely high interest in Brexit roles by candidates in the market only successful candidates will be contacted. I apologise for any disappointment caused but I will endeavour to consider you for future opportunities