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Business Analyst - Financial Crime Compliance / AML

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £75000 - £85000 per annum + Large non-contributory pension per year
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 10 days ago

  • Sector: Financial Services
  • Contact: James Batters
  • Duration: 12 months
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 29 May 2021
  • Job Ref: JN -042021-459063

A large European Bank are searching for a Financial Crime Compliance Business Analyst to join them on a an initial 12 month Fixed Term Contract (FTC) with a view to go permanent.

Please note, the client are looking for a career Business Analyst, who has a strong track record of working on change within a FCC/AML arena of a Bank.

They are not searching for Financial Crime/AML/KYC Analyst - all applications from candidates in these roles will be discounted.

Key Responsibilities

  • Requirements engineering: elicit, analyse and validate stakeholder requirements, business requirements and solution requirements (functional and non-functional). To document the requirements in the form of user stories supported with acceptance criteria and to have the ability to elicit requirements ensuring both vertical and horizontal traceability.
  • Business case creation, feasibility study and solution evaluation: analysing and assessing risks and impacts of solution options, performing cost-benefit analysis and collaborating with a variety of stakeholders to achieve an investment decision.
  • Strategy analysis: exploring and analysing current situations, internal and external strategic drivers, implementation strategies and identifying risks and impacts of a desired implementation approach.
  • Process Design: ability to document both the AS-IS and TO-BE situations for relevant business domains
  • Planning and monitoring deliverables: monitor and manage his/her own BA and wider project deliverables. Escalate and manage risks and issues as they arise.
  • Change Delivery: Helping identify impacts to the Business, Processes, IT Systems and Organisational structure.
  • Business readiness - Planning and co-ordinating communications and training to support the Project implementation
  • Collaborative working: Active participant and contributor within the Bank's BA practice

To apply, you will need:

  • Multiple years experience working as a Business Analyst within Banking / Financial Services
  • A strong track record of working on change within a Financial Crime / AML area (you should have a good subject matter knowledge of these areas)
  • To be willing/able to begin working from their London based office from the summer (should Covid allow)

If you feel you meet the above criteria please don't hesistae to apply.