MiFID II BA/PM
- Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
- Intérim, Plein-temps
- Emagine Consulting
- 12 oct. 17 2017-10-12
emagine are looking to engage with an experienced Project Manager / Business Analyst to contribute to the ongoing MIFID2 Algorithmic Trading remediation work-stream within one of our key banking clients. The individual will be responsible for working with the front/middle office and development teams to document requirements and build detailed project plans. The PM aspect of the role, will then see the individual responsible for executing the plan and ensuring efficient delivery across the project lifecycle.
Project Objectives: Compliance with the MiFID2 requirements will require major functional changes to numerous platforms across the Rates stack. In close partnership with FICC Tech MiFID2 team, the strategy consists of three main work streams.
• Algorithmic Trading - Advancement of the majority of the Rates eTrading platform to its target state will simplify the requirement to meet MiFID2 requirements in testing (behavioral, functional, stress, load, conformance), controls (circuit breakers, trading limits), monitoring and integration with strategic data capture systems.
• Post Trade Transparency (PTT) and end of day Transaction Reporting (TR) - requires the submission of specific data fields and the suppression of reporting for certain trade events to the regulators
• Pre-Trade Transparency - In order to meet MIFID2 requirements, the client requires robust tooling in place to manage the Sales Trader Workflow for Rates.
This will consist of a combination of strategic and tacticalsolutions to meet the requirements.
Expected Scope of the Project: Partner with the various Front Office and Technology teams to deliver solutions that meet MIFID2 requirements across the Algo Trading and Pre-Trade work-streams.
Project Deliverables, Performance Goals and Milestones: Develop and document technology platforms as per the project plan. There are numerous well-defined tasks that the vendor resources will be assigned to that can be directly tied to deliverables in our MIFID2 strategy.