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Business Analyst (Financial Crime/Fraud)

Job Title: Business Analyst (Financial Crime/Fraud)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
IT
Salary: £60000 - £75000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 73208-ITENG-CHW_1547129652
Contact Name: Charlie Bird
Contact Email: Charlie.Bird@volt.eu.com
Job Published: January 10, 2019 14:14

Job Description

BUSINESS ANALYST - FINANCIAL CRIME - BANKING

Do you fancy working for a company that is designing the future of money, reimagining the customer experience and obsessing about how to improve people's daily lives and make things better. That are building a universal platform built on open banking principles that are constantly evolving to deliver better, more personal, experiences for everyone.

If so, such a company is looking for a Business Analyst with indepth Financial Crime experience to join them on a permanent basis.

ABOUT THE ROLE

Your days will consist of collaborating across multiple feature teams, placing detailed analysis focus in your specifically assigned workspace. You'll help with creation and management of the product backlog, gathering requirements and refining into the development teams, actively supporting with cross team dependency solutioning.

The client is Agile, so you'll be involved in the core agile ceremonies and design cycle leading through to delivery of value adding journey features in addition to learning and sharing what the future holds for FinTech, Agile and Business Analysis.

DOMAIN EXPERIENCE NEEDED

·Prior experience working in the financial crime and/or fraud technology function of a financial institution.
·Demonstrable experience working with automated transaction monitoring system in a banking environment (retail or commercial). Includes any of the following:
oworkflows,
oanalytics,
oalert management and triage,
odata sources and schemas,
ocoverage and optimisation,
·Familiarity with case management, payment and customer screening, investigations and KYC/KYB.
·Knowledge of the UK/EU fraud and/or financial crime regulatory framework
·Preferred: