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Data Business Analyst - Asset Management
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Recruiter: Client Server
Listed on: 14th May
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £65000 - £75000
Type: Permanent
Start Date:
Reference: BB/13647/A/KS/140519_1557830943_expired
Contact Name: Business Analysis and Project Management Team

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Data Business Analyst (Asset Management). One of the UKs largest Investment Management firms is seeking a bright, logical Data Business Analyst with experience of working for an Asset / Fund Manager.

You'll join a huge Front Office transformation programme and will be responsible for analysis of data to produce user stories and artefacts in conjunction with end data consumers and data architects for development and testing. You'll present user stories to Agile teams (Product Owner, Software Developers and QA) and provide estimates, analysis on defects and changing requirements as the project progresses.

You'll be based in fantastic City offices with a professional yet friendly environment and a good work life / balance with regular working hours of 0900 to 1730.

*Good understanding of the Asset Management Industry, financial products, technologies and data domains
*Sound technical knowledge both in the analysis of data and exposure to data architecture / data modelling concepts
*Experience working with XML data sets and schemas
*Good knowledge of SQL to analyse data sets
*Ability to work with data, creating data specifications / mappings
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to engage with stakeholders and produce professional documentation

As a Data Business Analyst you will earn a competitive salary (to £75k) plus benefits including a generous pension scheme, life assurance, 25-27 days holiday, private medical care, performance related bonus, share schemes and a range of retail and product discounts.

Apply now or call to find out more about this Data Business Analyst opportunity.