A leading global investment bank are seeking someone with experience in Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Dodd Frank rules, especially in Registration. You should have working knowledge with registering firms with the National Futures Association (NFA). Please note the MAX DAILY RATE on this is 750. We are looking for a Project Manager Business Analyst to work as part of a regulatory change project team within a top-tier investment bank. Based on client site in New York, this team is responsible for the implementation of the SEC Dodd Frank requirements. This will include reporting on progress of the program, preparing project plans, maintaining risks issues logs, understanding and interpreting rules text, carrying out impact assessments, writing business requirement documents, and various other duties to ensure that the project is successfully completed. This is a challenging role within a very exciting and current workstream. What we are looking for Candidates should Ideally have the following Qualifications Experience Strong Business Analysis (or Project Management) experience within investment banking Experience of having worked on a Regulatory Change project Specifically, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Dodd Frank rules, especially Registration Working knowledge with registering firms with the National Futures Association (NFA). Basic knowledge of investment banking and associated productsmarkets (esp. Swaps) Strong educational background (degree educated) Eligibility to work in the US without sponsorship Skills Attributes Basic data analysis skills Advanced organizational skills able to manage and track multiple workstreams simultaneously Strong decision making in a fast-paced and pressurized environment Able to face-off to demanding stakeholders Very strong attention to detail Professionally skeptical Ability to quickly learn new systems and processes Associated topics: analyse, analysis, bi, business analyst, business analytic, guidance, investment analyst, investment analytics, law, monitor
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