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Business Analyst – ALM Risk Management

  • Location: London
  • Salary: to £600 per day
  • Job type: Contract/Temp
  • Job reference: CB/167673
  • Sector: Banking
Job Description

This well known bank is looking for a ALM Business Analyst to align their ALM and FTP balance sheets to create a single balance sheet for all funding and hedging within the business. You will begin by working with the teams to understand how data is sourced and behaviourally modelled across both teams, reconciling both data sources; Helping to build a unified database, creating synergies between both areas; Model the required transactions to ensure all trades are priced off the correct indices.  This role will suit someone with good mathematical and excel knowledge, plus excellent knowledge of IRRBB from a data requirement and data sourcing perspective.  Good data analysis and database skills are essential.

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