Got this in my email.
My client is a large financial organisation based in Manchester and I'm looking for an experienced Business Analyst to work on 2 compliance pieces that are at initiation stage:
Project #1 - European Union Consumer Credit Directive project (EUCCD):
EUCCD is a European Union directive which aims to create a comprehensive and harmonised framework for the regulation of consumer credit products across Europe. The project has been initiated to ensure my client adheres to the new regulation. Scheduled delivery date for these directives in the UK is June 2010.
Project #2 - Irresponsible Lending Guidelines project (ILG):
The office of fair trading (OFT) have issued a series of guidelines around business practices which grant customers access to credit. The project has been initiated to ensure my client adheres to the new regulation. Scheduled delivery date for these directives in the UK is January 2010.
The key deliverables within this role are:
- Define the scope and business priorities
- Complete comprehensive gap analysis against both set of regulatory guidelines
- Capture business requirements and business solutions to ensure adherence to the new regulations
The essential skills / experiences required to fulfill this role are as follows:
- Track record in change delivery, supporting projects in a Business Analyst role
- Experience of the financial services industry
- Able to capture and document high quality business requirements and processes, involving key stakeholders
- Strong communication skills
- Time management
- Data gathering and data collection skills
- Problem solving , analysis and reporting skills
- Experience of Regulatory Change is essential
- Workshop facilitation.
This is initially a requirement running up to the end of January but there is a possiblity it will run beyond that and I have up to £350 per day available to the right candidate.
If you're interested, please respond to this e-mail with a copy of your most recent CV.
Thanks for your time and attention.
but I found the second project quite interesting. Irresponsible Lending Guidelines? They are now going to have guidelines for irresponsible lending? Sheesh.