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Join our trading business, in a critical role analysing business data, diagnosing pain points, and creating solutions.
This is a unique opportunity to develop and build a network across multiple teams and manage a range of competing priorities and projects, in a dynamic environment.
Our data team ensures that the trading business maintains data appropriately with regards to completeness, quality and timeliness, as well as ensuring that data is compliant with global regulations and internal policies.
You will work closely with Technology, Finance and Businesses stakeholders to determine requirements, assisting with implementation and testing changes.
Your responsibilities will include ensuring that data produced is complete, accurate, valid and relevant and analysing data to identify issues, designing resolutions and writing requirements, and co-ordinating implementation of system and process changes.
You will also be completing periodic reporting tasks and supporting a variety of change projects within CGM to deliver trade data to support a wide range of regulatory reporting requirements.
Stakeholder communication is vital, and you will be expected to managing issues to resolution.
Bringing experience of financial services or financial markets you will be familiar with financial products.
Highly numerate with an ability to interrogate, interpret and draw conclusions from multiple data sources, you have an aptitude for identifying issues and determining solutions.
If you can convey complex and technical requirements to both peers and senior colleagues, please apply now!
About Commodities and Global Markets
Commodities and Global Markets provides clients with an integrated, end-to-end offering across global markets including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange and commodities.
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