Employee Compliance Business Data Analyst
An Employee Compliance Business Data Analyst is required by a global Investment Bank to undertake requirements writing, data modelling and testing relating to the Employee Program. The Program includes Personal Trading (both pre-and post-trade controls), annual acknowledgements and Licensing & Registration. You will provide support for the implementation of robust, global platforms associated with personal trading pre-clearance, annual acknowledgements, employee surveillance and licensing / registration requirements.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Working with Compliance users to gather and document requirements, specifically platform requirements for personal trading, outside business interests, private investments, annual acknowledgements and licensing and registrations
- Working with Compliance users to gather and document requirements for surveillance models that focus on inappropriate employee trading (e.g. trades against the Restricted or Watch List, trades without pre-clearance, etc.)
- Working with Compliance IT and Actimize to implement surveillance models targeting various products traded by employees, including modelling of employee pre-clearance, account and trading data flowing through scenarios
- Creating test plans and cases and co-ordinating User Acceptance Testing; tracking users and preparing Management Information for Senior Management as to status of testing milestones
- Creating training materials and hosting training sessions with users
- Continuing enhancements co-ordination between users and Compliance IT post model rollout
You will have strong previous experience of employee programs, with excellent working knowledge of personal trading, pre-clearance, outside business interests, acknowledgements and / or licensing and registration. You will have excellent MS Access and Excel knowledge, whilst any experience of SQL would also be advantageous. Superior communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential. Any experience of requirement gathering and documentation would be of interest but is not essential.