IT Business Analysis - FRDs, Clearing SWIFT- Fixed Income

Recruiter
Kite Blue
Location
London
Salary
60000.00 - 65000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
13 Jul 2017
Closes
20 Jul 2017
Category
IT, Internet
Function
IT
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

IT Business Analysis - FRDs, SWIFT- Fixed Income, Equities, Clearing

IT Business Analyst with exposure to Fixed Income and Equities is required to join a leading CCP in the City of London. This is a fixed term contract role (1 year - with the possibility of going permanent), offering between GBP60,000 to GBP65,000.

The organisation are looking to bolster the current BA team with a technical Business Analyst. Working closely with BA's across Risk, Operations and IT, you will be responsible for looking at end to end clearing solutions. You will also accountable for creating low-level functional specifications for the Fixed Income clearing system specifically. It is essential to have a firm grasp of Fixed Income, and also a strong technical skill set with experience creating detailed FRDs.

Essential requirements:

  • In-depth knowledge of Fixed Income (& Equities) products.
  • Proven Technical Business Analysis experience
  • Experience producing low level FRDs.
  • Exposure to Clearing.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading financial organisation working on industry changing initiatives. This is a live role and we are actively reviewing applications, if you have the required skill set, please do apply within.

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