Business Analyst

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  1. Contract
  2. English
  3. Director
  4. Finance & Accounting
  5. Zurich
  6. Financial Services
  7. OCIR, RRP, recovery, resolution, regulatory, business analyst, finance
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On behalf of our global banking client we are looking for a Business Analyst to support an international team for a six month contract in Zurich with a high chance of an extension. Kindly refer to the job details below and if this looks like a good match then click apply!

Job responsibilities:

- Develop a set of global regulatory requirements that need to be met by the Programme.
- Covert these regulatory requirements into a set of business requirements that can be passed on to the programme to deliver.
- Global RRO OCIR liaison with OCIR delivery programme on latest regulatory expectations.
- Provide review and challenge of program functional design against the OCIR requirements.
- Organising and running the second line design authority, used for validating the program’s design approach to meet the OCIR requirements.

Essential skills:

- Minimum 5-8 years banking industry experience, with experience in interpreting Regulatory requirements into Business requirements.
- Strong analytical skills
- Proven ability to influence
- Excellent English communication skills verbal and written
- Attention to detail
- IT literacy e.g. MS Office skills will be needed
- Proven ability at building up relationships with stakeholders, and of identification and support of stakeholders needs and expectations

Desired skills:

- Recovery and Resolution Experience a plus, but not essential
- German is an advantage

Due to the high volume of applicants we can only contact the most relevant candidates. If you have not been contacted within 3 days of your application it is highly likely that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. Before applying please ensure that you hold a valid Swiss work permit or European citizenship.

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