Senior Performance Analyst (Asset Servicing)
Posted Thursday 14th Mar 2019
Start date Apr - May 2019
Meraki Talent’s Global Financial Services client is shortlisting for a Performance Analyst to join their growing team in Edinburgh. This is a senior role within the Performance Measurement/Analysis team offering the opportunity to be involved in exciting change projects relating to Performance Measurement and Risk Systems, Attribution and Reporting. As a result, this is an ideal opportunity for an experienced Performance Analyst looking to move into a senior role within or a Performance Analyst who is keen to gain (further) exposure to change projects.
What can the company offer you?
-A fantastic work life balance and the opportunity to work from home
-Job security, whilst other organisations are moving work away from Edinburgh, our client is expanding their operations in Scotland
-One of the most competitive packages on the market, including a generous holiday entitlement, bonus and a fantastic pension
Responsibilities of the Senior Performance Analyst (Asset Servicing):
-To complete and review regular and ad-hoc Performance reports to agreed deadlines
-To act as a Performance Subject Matter Expert in the delivery of Performance Measurement services
-To represent the Performance department to clients and other internal departments
Background of the Senior Performance Analyst (Asset Servicing):
-Demonstrable experience of working in a Performance role within Investment Management or a Third-Party Administrator
-Significant experience working within Financial Services, specifically Investment Operations or Middle Office Processing, is essential
Is this job for you? At Meraki, we love recruitment and love words. Is this you?
Ben wants: Performance, Edinburgh, Asset Servicing
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