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TEMP - Regulatory Business Analyst at AVP level role and responsibilities
Bridges the gap between IT and the business using data to assess processes, determine requirements and deliver data-driven recommendations and reports to executives and stakeholders.
Identifies areas of impact on the target operating model and provides solutions to mitigate impact
This role must communicate within a multi-disciplinary team, gain consensus for the best solution and implement the required changes within the required timeframe, budget and quality parameters. The individual will ensure that the business case, plans and control processes have sufficient detail and have evaluated the potential impact of the changes made, including a traceability matrix, and will involve the appropriate staff or teams during the QA, testing and delivery of changes, including helping to resolve any issues.
The role must work closely with the bank's technology partners to ensure that market and regulatory changes are reflected accurately and in a timely manner.
The individual must have a good grounding and understanding of current banking processes, products and ideally regulation
Work with SME/s and end users to understand and document the practical implications for all associated systems and processes.
Identify and document the processes, system changes and timescales required to introduce changes and ensure the correct governance of the change process
Work closely with the SME/s to appraise senior stakeholders (likely to include MD and above level stakeholders) of the potential impact of change on the service, function or system/s highlighting the options, impact and potential links between required changes on the existing infrastructure so that well informed decisions can be made
Detail the appropriate business requirements and regulatory technical specification to support any changes or new requirements
Support and involve the appropriate staff and teams in the QA, testing and delivery of changes, including helping to resolve any issues.
TEMP - Regulatory Business Analyst at AVP level Experience and Qualifications
Educated to degree level
Experience as a business analyst a range of business, regulatory such as LIBOR, SFTR, MIFID, transaction reporting or compliance driven projects within Financial Services
Able to successfully manage multiple tasks at any given point, strong relationship building skills & communication skills (both written and verbal)
Knowledge of front to back office business processes and products
Experience of participating in deadline driven and/or systems project teams.
Proven ability to work collaboratively to gain agreement and resolve conflict
Must be able to take own initiative but also willing to support and take direction when working with a Project or Programme Manager
Resilient to work under pressure in order to meet deadlines.
Must be able to demonstrate flexibility to move between "big picture" thinking and handling detailed tactical information.
Able to work collaboratively in teams, ask good questions to rapidly understand complex systems and processes, analyse data and make recommendations based on evidence from the data.
Specialist technical skills
Able to produce gap analysis/requirements, workflows and high-quality business requirement documents covering current and future state proposals.
Expertise in banking products, prior experience of providing regulatory analysis and business requirements documentation
Understanding or experience of document management systems highly advantageous.
Proven ability to analyse current and future regulatory or business requirements and translate them into practical implications for specific processes and systems.