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Financial Crime Transformation Manager

Location: London

Capability: Management Consulting

Service line: Operational Transformation

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Either Full Time Or Part Time


The Team

FS Transformation Services is at the heart of delivering large scale, regulatory driven transformation for our Financial Services clients. Our primary function is to drive the delivery and fulfilment of our client engagements, bringing together deep industry experience with strong transformation capability to deliver sustainable solutions that ensure compliance, reduce costs and enhance the customer experience.

The Role

In the context of Financial Crime, this means working with our clients to re-architect their operating models and, design and implement processes and systems to achieve effective, efficient and sustainable controls.

This requires core capabilities which underpin all of our engagements, specifically:

Transformational Leadership:
- Change Leadership
- Programme & Portfolio Management
- Target Operating Model Design
- Agile Project Management Office (PMO)
- Transformation Programme Design Integrity & Assurance

Operational Excellence:
- Process re-engineering: Design through to implementation
- Operational ways of working
- Process mapping and improvement analysis
- Problem solving analytics
- Operational transition planning and change implementation

The Person

In order to support the growth of our Transformation Services team, we are currently looking to recruit Managers who can make a significant contribution by combining their experience leading transformation change engagements with Financial Crime knowledge.
— Successful candidates will be skilled in managing workstreams, or entire projects through all key stages of a transformation engagement, from diagnostic to implementation, within the context of financial crime.
— Planning, leading and performing diagnostic analysis by applying analytics techniques to current control operating models and frameworks
— End to end process design for financial crime controls that combine regulatory compliance with operational efficiency
— Working with other parts of KPMG, including our Forensics, Data & Analytics and Technology Enablement teams, to design and deliver holistic solutions
— Facilitating client workshops to scope and design transformational solutions and work through challenges with client stakeholders
— Building and managing client relationships on projects and supporting KPMG’s commercial position
— Developing and improving KPMG assets, methodologies and tools to deliver consistent, world class operational excellence capability
— Identifying, managing and mitigating programme/project risks and issues throughout the delivery lifecycle
— Actively supporting development of KPMG’s Financial Crime capability and playing an active role in building the community

3.1. Leadership & Management:
Managers can expect to be responsible for their own workstreams and projects, with end to end delivery responsibility including planning and risk management.
Leadership responsibilities include team management on client engagement and internal performance management of KPMG staff.

3.2. Stakeholder Interaction & challenges:
The role will entail continuous and direct client engagement, typically with senior client programme team members and heads of Financial Crime functions in both the 1st and 2nd lines of defence. This will often be part of a wider KPMG team operating on client engagements. Our projects are normally carried out on client site rather than KPMG offices and, while many are based in London, they can also be located in other parts of the UK.

3.3. Impact, Risk, Accountability & Governance:
Managers are responsible for the successful delivery of projects or work streams and the management of the associated delivery risks. Every engagement will have a senior KPMG engagement leader to oversee the work, where Managers are expected to escalate key delivery risks and ensure regular status updates and quality management reviews are held.

4.1. Experience
Essential
— Previous consulting experience, ideally in a Big 4 or other management consulting practice.
— Managerial roles on Financial Crime Transformation engagements with a proven track record of successfully leading client projects across the delivery lifecycle.
— Financial Crime operating model design and implementation.
— Re-engineering of financial crime processes, systems and controls (customer due diligence, sanctions and adverse press screening, transaction monitoring, ongoing reviews etc.)
— Transformation Leadership and/or Operational Excellence capabilities (as listed above).
— Work in or with the Financial Services industry, predominantly in Banking (Business, Commercial, Investment or Retail)
— Leading client workshops to resolve client issues, design an optimised process/control and develop an implementation plan

Desirable
— Deep Subject Matter Expertise on one or more topics within Financial Crime to support development of our internal propositions and thought leadership.
— Understanding of Financial Crime technology solutions in the market and best practice deployment into Banking Operations

4.2. Expertise / Technical role requirements
— Significant understanding of Financial Crime and the corresponding controls required in the Banking sector to demonstrate compliance, and a good understanding of the associated regulations either UK or globally.
— Strong understanding of Financial Services, primarily the Banking industry, including its business processes and underlying technologies, and the ability to identify and articulate resultant client opportunities and challenges
— Strong understanding of the key drivers shaping the future of the Banking industry, including regulation and new business models, and resultant opportunities for KPMG

4.3. Skills:
— Positive leadership qualities and style that empowers and motivates high performing teams
— Problem-solving and solution design for user/business needs
— Working in multidisciplinary teams in a co-creation environment with clients and KPMG colleagues
— Expertise in core consulting methodologies such as Lean or other process mapping capabilities, business case development, operating model design, strategy development and requirements gathering
— Ability to identify and exploit commercial sales opportunities and support colleagues in defining solutions in response
— Self-starter and strong team player
— Excellent written and oral presentation skills with an inspirational and collaborate style

Financial Crime Transformation Manager

Location: London

Capability: Management Consulting

Service line: Operational Transformation

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Either Full Time Or Part Time


FS Transformation Services is at the heart of delivering large scale, regulatory driven transformation for our Financial Services clients. Our primary function is to drive the delivery and fulfilment of our client engagements, bringing together deep industry experience with strong transformation capability to deliver sustainable solutions that ensure compliance, reduce costs and enhance the customer experience.

In the context of Financial Crime, this means working with our clients to re-architect their operating models and, design and implement processes and systems to achieve effective, efficient and sustainable controls.

This requires core capabilities which underpin all of our engagements, specifically:

Transformational Leadership:
- Change Leadership
- Programme & Portfolio Management
- Target Operating Model Design
- Agile Project Management Office (PMO)
- Transformation Programme Design Integrity & Assurance

Operational Excellence:
- Process re-engineering: Design through to implementation
- Operational ways of working
- Process mapping and improvement analysis
- Problem solving analytics
- Operational transition planning and change implementation

In order to support the growth of our Transformation Services team, we are currently looking to recruit Managers who can make a significant contribution by combining their experience leading transformation change engagements with Financial Crime knowledge.
— Successful candidates will be skilled in managing workstreams, or entire projects through all key stages of a transformation engagement, from diagnostic to implementation, within the context of financial crime.
— Planning, leading and performing diagnostic analysis by applying analytics techniques to current control operating models and frameworks
— End to end process design for financial crime controls that combine regulatory compliance with operational efficiency
— Working with other parts of KPMG, including our Forensics, Data & Analytics and Technology Enablement teams, to design and deliver holistic solutions
— Facilitating client workshops to scope and design transformational solutions and work through challenges with client stakeholders
— Building and managing client relationships on projects and supporting KPMG’s commercial position
— Developing and improving KPMG assets, methodologies and tools to deliver consistent, world class operational excellence capability
— Identifying, managing and mitigating programme/project risks and issues throughout the delivery lifecycle
— Actively supporting development of KPMG’s Financial Crime capability and playing an active role in building the community

3.1. Leadership & Management:
Managers can expect to be responsible for their own workstreams and projects, with end to end delivery responsibility including planning and risk management.
Leadership responsibilities include team management on client engagement and internal performance management of KPMG staff.

3.2. Stakeholder Interaction & challenges:
The role will entail continuous and direct client engagement, typically with senior client programme team members and heads of Financial Crime functions in both the 1st and 2nd lines of defence. This will often be part of a wider KPMG team operating on client engagements. Our projects are normally carried out on client site rather than KPMG offices and, while many are based in London, they can also be located in other parts of the UK.

3.3. Impact, Risk, Accountability & Governance:
Managers are responsible for the successful delivery of projects or work streams and the management of the associated delivery risks. Every engagement will have a senior KPMG engagement leader to oversee the work, where Managers are expected to escalate key delivery risks and ensure regular status updates and quality management reviews are held.

4.1. Experience
Essential
— Previous consulting experience, ideally in a Big 4 or other management consulting practice.
— Managerial roles on Financial Crime Transformation engagements with a proven track record of successfully leading client projects across the delivery lifecycle.
— Financial Crime operating model design and implementation.
— Re-engineering of financial crime processes, systems and controls (customer due diligence, sanctions and adverse press screening, transaction monitoring, ongoing reviews etc.)
— Transformation Leadership and/or Operational Excellence capabilities (as listed above).
— Work in or with the Financial Services industry, predominantly in Banking (Business, Commercial, Investment or Retail)
— Leading client workshops to resolve client issues, design an optimised process/control and develop an implementation plan

Desirable
— Deep Subject Matter Expertise on one or more topics within Financial Crime to support development of our internal propositions and thought leadership.
— Understanding of Financial Crime technology solutions in the market and best practice deployment into Banking Operations

4.2. Expertise / Technical role requirements
— Significant understanding of Financial Crime and the corresponding controls required in the Banking sector to demonstrate compliance, and a good understanding of the associated regulations either UK or globally.
— Strong understanding of Financial Services, primarily the Banking industry, including its business processes and underlying technologies, and the ability to identify and articulate resultant client opportunities and challenges
— Strong understanding of the key drivers shaping the future of the Banking industry, including regulation and new business models, and resultant opportunities for KPMG

4.3. Skills:
— Positive leadership qualities and style that empowers and motivates high performing teams
— Problem-solving and solution design for user/business needs
— Working in multidisciplinary teams in a co-creation environment with clients and KPMG colleagues
— Expertise in core consulting methodologies such as Lean or other process mapping capabilities, business case development, operating model design, strategy development and requirements gathering
— Ability to identify and exploit commercial sales opportunities and support colleagues in defining solutions in response
— Self-starter and strong team player
— Excellent written and oral presentation skills with an inspirational and collaborate style

Financial Crime Transformation Senior Manager

Location: London

Capability: Management Consulting

Service line: Operational Transformation

Experience level: Senior Manager

Employment type: Either Full Time Or Part Time


FS Transformation Services is at the heart of delivering large scale, regulatory driven transformation for our Financial Services clients. Our primary function is to drive the delivery and fulfilment of our client engagements, bringing together deep industry experience with strong transformation capability to deliver sustainable solutions that ensure compliance, reduce costs and enhance the customer experience.

In the context of Financial Crime, this means working with our clients to re-architect their operating models and, design and implement processes and systems to achieve effective, efficient and sustainable controls.

This requires core capabilities which underpin all of our engagements, specifically:

Transformational Leadership:
- Change Leadership
- Programme & Portfolio Management
- Target Operating Model Design
- Agile Project Management Office (PMO)
- Transformation Programme Design Integrity & Assurance
Operational Excellence:
- Process re-engineering: Design through to implementation
- Operational ways of working
- Process mapping and improvement analysis
- Problem solving analytics
- Operational transition planning and change implementation

In order to support the growth of our Transformation Services team, we are currently looking to recruit Senior Managers who can take a lead role in our Financial Crime Transformation capability. The role requires experience leading transformation change programmes on Financial Crime engagements.
— Successful candidates will be skilled in managing workstreams, or entire programmes on Financial Crime engagements through all key stages of a transformation project, from diagnostic to implementation
— Planning, leading and performing diagnostic analysis by applying analytics techniques to current control operating models and frameworks
— End to end process design for financial crime controls that combine regulatory compliance with operational efficiency
— Working with other parts of KPMG, including our Forensics, Data & Analytics and Technology Enablement teams, to design and deliver holistic solutions
— Leading client workshops to scope and design transformational solutions and work through challenges with client stakeholders
— Identifying, managing and mitigating risks and issues throughout the delivery lifecycle
— Developing and improving KPMG assets, methodologies and tools to deliver consistent, world class operational excellence capability
— Owning client relationships on programmes and supporting KPMG’s commercial position
— Playing a lead role in the development of KPMG’s Financial Crime capability and building the community

3.1. Leadership & Management:
Senior Managers can expect to be responsible for their own workstreams and programmes, with end to end delivery responsibility including planning and risk management.
Leadership responsibilities include team management on client engagement, internal performance management and overall team development.

3.2. Stakeholder Interaction & challenges:
The role will entail continuous and direct client engagement, typically with senior client programme team members and heads of Financial Crime functions in both the 1st and 2nd lines of defence. This will often be part of a wider KPMG team operating on client engagements. Our projects are normally carried out on client site rather than KPMG offices and, while many are based in London, they can also be located in other parts of the UK.

3.3. Impact, Risk, Accountability & Governance:
Senior Managers are responsible for the successful delivery of programmes or work streams and the management of the associated delivery risks. Every engagement will have a senior KPMG engagement leader to oversee the work, but Senior Managers are expected to take the lead on the delivery, risk management and quality reviews.

4.1. Experience
Essential
— Previous consulting experience, ideally in a Big 4 or other management consulting practice.
— Senior Managerial roles on Financial Crime Transformation engagements with a proven track record of successfully leading client workstreams, or preferably programmes, across the delivery lifecycle.
— Financial Crime operating model design and implementation.
— Re-engineering of financial crime processes, systems and controls (customer due diligence, sanctions and adverse press screening, transaction monitoring, ongoing reviews etc.)
— Transformation Leadership and/or Operational Excellence capabilities (as listed above).
— Work in or with the Financial Services industry, predominantly in Banking (Business, Commercial, Investment or Retail)
— Leading client workshops to resolve client issues, design an optimised process/control and develop an implementation plan
Desirable
— Deep Subject Matter Expertise on one or more topics within Financial Crime to support development of our internal propositions and thought leadership.
— Understanding of Financial Crime technology solutions in the market and best practice deployment into Banking Operations

4.2. Expertise / Technical role requirements
— Significant understanding of Financial Crime and the corresponding controls required in the Banking sector to demonstrate compliance, and a good understanding of the associated regulations either UK or globally.
— Strong understanding of Financial Services, primarily the Banking industry, including its business processes and underlying technologies, and the ability to identify and articulate resultant client opportunities and challenges
— Strong understanding of the key drivers shaping the future of the Banking industry, including regulation and new business models, and resultant opportunities for KPMG
— Expertise in programme management, risk management and people management for the successful delivery of financial crime engagements.
4.3. Skills:
— Positive leadership qualities and style that empowers and motivates team members
— Problem-solving and solution design for user/business needs
— Working in multidisciplinary teams in a co-creation environment with clients and KPMG colleagues
— Expertise in core consulting methodologies such as process mapping, business case development, strategy development and requirements gathering
— Ability to identify and exploit commercial sales opportunities and support colleagues in defining solutions in response
— Self-starter and strong team player
— Excellent written and oral presentation skills with an inspirational and collaborate style.

Director - Financial Services - Strategy

Location: London

Capability: Management Consulting

Service line: Strategy

Experience level: Director

Employment type: Either Full Time Or Part Time


KPMG’s Global Strategy Group (GSG) is looking at hiring an exceptional candidate for the role of Director, to join their Financial Services team. The team is looking to attract professional, talented individuals who have a passion for identifying and creating innovative solutions for clients.

The role of GSG is to work with C-level Executives to identify, structure and solve their most critical strategic issues across the economic and transaction cycles. As part of a fast-paced and dynamic group, our consultants offer strategic advice on financial, business and operating models to corporate, public sector and private equity clients. Our consultants also receive a superior level of training and coaching to enable them to meet the needs of our global client base.
We focus on four key propositions. Growth strategy, Deal strategy, Cost strategy and Enterprise-wide-transformation. The Financial Services team focuses on three specific sectors; banking, insurance and investment management.

We are looking for an experienced consultant to help develop and build our financial services practice in one of our three focus sectors, working alongside other partners and directors to develop and commercialise client relationships and lead engagement delivery across our core propositions.

Our Strategy Group is at the heart of the Firm's growth agenda to increase its penetration of boardrooms. The team works closely with colleagues across the other Strategy sector groups and broader advisory practices within the firm to build market profile, develop relationships and deliver work.

We are seeking an outstanding individual to enhance the existing Director group.

Key roles and responsibilities:
• Director appointments are made on the basis of demonstrated track record of leading large, multi-disciplinary transactions teams and building, sustaining and commercialising relationships with clients. As engagement leaders, Directors are expected to play a key role in the development of all aspects of the practice
• Engagement leadership: leading multiple large, complex engagements in ambiguous and rapidly changing environments
• Business development: building, commercialising and sustaining relationships with senior management teams for the benefit of the Firm. Leading strategy relationships with specific clients and developing propositions, focusing on specific themes and/or clients
• Risk management: managing risks appropriately and ensuring the Firm's risk management frameworks are implemented appropriately and effectively
• Team development: identifying team development needs and accelerating development by establishing the appropriate plans and frameworks with particular emphasis on coaching and skills transfer
• Personal development: participating in the career and skills development of more junior staff and acting as a role model with colleagues and clients by living the values of the Firm
• Performance management: being responsible for coaching and performance management of a small number of more junior staff in the department

Required Skills and Qualifications:

To succeed in this varied and demanding role you will need to demonstrate the following skills and experience:
• Strong academic background and Financial Services industry track record
• Extensive experience of delivering large and complex strategy and transformation engagements, including cross border and multi-disciplinary engagements, preferably with a significant proportion of this experience within either the banking, insurance or asset management sector
• Detailed knowledge of either the banking, insurance or asset management sector, with the ability to talk credibly to senior management at clients on the key issues facing the industry, potential implications and strategic considerations / options
• A thorough knowledge of the financial services operating environment and understanding of the strategies of our clients
• The ability to develop strong client relationships and a proven track record of developing and commercialising new relationships
• A commercial mind set, with the ability to maximise revenue opportunities for strategy and the wider firm
• A high degree of resilience and a willingness to work under extreme pressure in rapidly changing situations
• Strong personal impact, comfortable dealing with senior stakeholders
• Evidence of working successfully with senior management teams at clients
• Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills

Oracle Financial Manager

Location: London

Capability: Consulting

Service line: Connected Technology

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Either Full Time Or Part Time


The Team:
Powered Enterprise is KPMG’s world-class accelerated Enterprise Business Transformation approach for cloud-based solutions driven by a pre-defined back-office function based on leading practices and KPMG’s six-layer Target Operating Model. The target operating model comprises of service delivery model, people, process, technology, data & insight and governance & controls. This solution combines the breadth and scale of KPMG’s leading practice, capabilities and insight into what makes a world class corporate services function with the latest in ERP technology provided by the leading SaaS ERP vendors such as Oracle.

The Powered Apps teams are communities of technology focussed professionals who work together to deliver SaaS ERP based transformation programmes based on KPMG Powered Enterprise. The teams use their functional knowledge and experience (e.g. Finance, HR, Procurement), coupled with their expertise in the cloud applications (e.g. Oracle, Workday, Coupa) to lead and deliver client programmes, to support pre-sales activities and to develop improvement and extensions to the Powered Enterprise model. KPMG are growing their Powered Apps team to meet an ever-increasing demand for our market leading services and are seeking IT management consultants with relevant expertise and experience.

The Role:
• Communicating compelling and well thought out solutions for project accounting in response to complex client problems based on Oracle Cloud ERP technology.
• Supporting business development and project delivery activities across clients from multiple industries.
• Defining an overall Finance & Procurement solution leveraging leading practice solutions to support the business requirements.
• System design and delivery, including release management, integration management, data migration strategy and management.

The Person:
• Recognises the importance of continuous self and team development and actively strives to achieve this.
• Building constructive working relationships across different teams, functions, countries or cultures.
• Helps others to understand how their work contributes to the overall success of an engagement and the wider firm.
• Fosters a sense of self belief and confidence in others.
• Seeks to understand other’s motivations.
• Supports others to make brave decisions.

Functional skills:
• Educated to degree level or equivalent.
• An understanding of the key finance and procurement business issues/drivers that result in clients pursuing transformation programmes.
• Experience of multiple industry sectors (e.g. Media, Services, Retail, Insurance, Local Government etc.).
• Experience of working effectively with senior client representatives.
• Detailed knowledge of how Oracle Cloud ERP enabled end-to-end business process across at least one of the following areas: Source to Pay, Project to Result, Acquire to Retire, Order to Cash, Record to Report.
• Experience of multiple Oracle Cloud ERP full implementation project lifecycles, preferably from scoping and planning through to post go live support, at least as a subject matter expert.
• A specialist knowledge of the end to end Oracle Cloud ERP design in at least one of the following process areas:
o Source to Pay (S2P): Sourcing, Procurement, Expenses, Payables and Cash management modules. Setting up complex approval rules and subledger accounting
o Project to Result (P2R): Project costing and accounting, capitalisation of fixed assets, project billing and the integration of projects subledger to other modules
o Acquire to Retire (A2R): Capitalisation of fixed assets, end to end asset lifecycle, leased assets management and integrations with EAM platforms.
o Order to Cash (O2C): Accounts Receivable, Cash Application, Collections modules and interaction with Supply Chain Management modules such as Order Management
o Record to Report (R2R): General Ledger, Intercompany workbench, Chart of Accounts, Enterprise Structures and integrations with Oracle EPM (particularly ARCS and FCCS)

• An understanding of the functional, application and technical architectural elements of an Oracle Cloud ERP programme.
• Should be able to independently run client workshops to drive design decisions and system demonstration in both an in person and remote delivery mode.
• Prepare configuration & other design documents (Functional specification, Solution design document).
• Experience of Financial concepts (required for Oracle Cloud ERP Implementation projects).
• Experience to drive the technical deliverables such as Data migration principles & Integration Design (mainly from functional perspective).
• Experience of operating and implementing in a cloud environment and understanding the impacts of implementing and operating on the cloud versus on premise.
• Understanding of an Oracle Cloud delivery lifecycle using TCM or equivalent delivery method.
• Experience of managing procurement workstream delivery teams with colleagues including client and third parties.
• An appreciation of the influence of user experience-based design eg Personas, user journeys and how this can be used to augment a solution.

Professional skills:
• Excellent documentation, reporting and presentation skills in both a virtual and in person mode.
• Well-developed analytical skills and the ability to provide clarity to complex issues, and synthesise large amounts of information.
• Experience producing project deliverables (business requirements, functional specs, configuration document, process flows, use cases, requirements traceability matrices etc.).
• Highly proficient Microsoft Office skills particularly Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Projects.
• Excellent interpersonal, team building, organisational and motivational skills.
• Fast learner with an ability to get up-to-speed in a short space of time.
• Ability to convey ideas and recommendations in a clear, compelling and succinct way in written and verbal communications.
• Good attention to detail and an ability to analyse and use data in decision making.
• Excellent organisational and multitasking skills with ability to balance competing priorities.

Digital Transformation - Financial Services - Manager

Location: London

Capability: Management Consulting

Service line: Operational Transformation

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Either Full Time Or Part Time


The Team
In KPMG's Financial Services Consulting practice, we don't limit ourselves to either strategy or implementation. Instead, we deliver both - equally well. Indeed, it's this broad capability that's seen us accelerate to become a 1000-strong team in less than five years. Since our creation, we've developed in-depth knowledge of an incredibly broad spread of sectors.
In Transformation Services we improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the finance function and generate real insights to help deliver value to the business. Our mission statement is to create a sustainable practice which is recognised as being number one in the industry.
We are structured by capabilities (Powered Finance, Transformation Services 2.0, Enterprise Performance Management, Regulatory Driven Change, Global Banking Services) but our consultants also have deep industry specific expertise.
The Transformation Services team are seeing financial institutions face a period of unprecedented change in terms of the number of new initiatives, their complexity and the interplay between different regulations. In addition, we are seeing continuing pressure on costs and an increased appetite for Digital Transformation. KPMG are recruiting into our Intelligent Automation team (banking, insurance and asset management) team to help tackle their clients’ issues. We are looking to recruit candidates at Manager level with skills to support our growth strategy, to work in our team and across our finance and operations transformation capability offerings.

The Role
Our Intelligent Automation practice is a priority area for significant and strategic growth and the team works with leading Financial Services organisations, focussing on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of their front, middle and back office functions. The key drivers of change for our clients are Improving resilience, Customer Experience, Cost Reduction, Regulatory Compliance, Technology and Finance & Risk Transformation and our service offerings reflect this demand.
Our go to market approach is business-focused and our solutions are developed around client issues.
As part of this team, you will be working with a broad range of clients from the initial business case development, process analysis and re-engineering, automation strategy formulation, roadmap development and design analysis, through to implementation.
Your responsibilities as a Manager:
- Engagement delivery: working with senior members of the team, shaping the approach to delivery of projects or programme workstreams including planning resources, deliverables and timelines
- Engagement delivery: leading the delivery of projects or programme workstreams of large size and complexity (Business Architecture and process design and mapping, documenting automation strategies
• Conducting workshops, automation assessments and contributing to design thinking
• Identifying appropriate automation capability to address client need. Supporting in capturing user stories, solution design and delivery using agile methodologies
• Document KPIs, SLAs, business rules and business requirements
• Develop user interface mock-ups and document field level validation rules and data format
• Facilitates discussions for compromise and agile planning/management discussions
• Assist Designer / Delivery team members
• Support UAT Phase
• Support training team to create appropriate training documentation
- Risk management: identifying and managing risks and ensuring the Firm's processes and frameworks are implemented appropriately and effectively
- People development: performance management including identifying team member development needs and accelerating development with particular emphasis on coaching and skills transfer
- Practice development: taking a leading role in processes and initiatives that are key to scaling the business
Experience

The Person
Successful candidates should have strong knowledge of any one of the following Finance, Risk, Customer, Financial Crime and demonstrate the following skills:
- Professional qualification e.g. Accountancy qualification – ACA, CIMA, ACCA, CIPFA or equivalent
- Banking, Insurance or Asset Management knowledge either through operational or business change roles
- Strong business analysis skills, organised and structured approach to work/problem solving
Experienced client handler and managing senior stakeholders as part of a project delivery
- Considerable knowledge of Target Operating Model, Finance & Operational systems, intelligent automation and other finance tools
- Ability to take on the lead project delivery role
- Able to demonstrate project management with a proven track record in delivering high quality programme, project or assignment outputs
- Skilled in documenting and understanding process design and performance patterns
- Trained and Qualified as in automation / low code technologies e.g. Appian, Pega, Out Systems, ServiceNow
- Well-rounded understanding of low code technologies and application building requirements
- Experienced in process discovery, documentation, analysis, scoping, and optimization
- Understanding of using Business Process Diagram design tools e.g. BlueWorks
- Experience of proposal writing and presenting to clients or equivalent
- Excellent Microsoft (PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Word) skills
- Able to lead teams and develop others
- Flexibility to travel (as required)

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