The Systems Analyst role has responsibility for the business and functional solution design and technical analysis of FNZ’s platform capabilities and business processes within their client aligned team.
They will work both independently and within a client aligned team to examine existing IT systems and business models, analyse requirements (both business and technical) and to translate these into functional specifications and core functionality documentation. The System Analyst will manage stakeholders (internal and external) to ensure solution design meets requirements. The Systems Analyst will work with IT developers to provide oversight and clarity on the development solution.
The Systems Analyst will gain a broad knowledge of FNZ platform capabilities and a deep understanding of assigned functional areas of the FNZ platform. Will be called upon on a consultative basis to support Solution Consultants in workshops and provide input into requirements/MWS documentation. They must drive Solution Consultants and customers towards adopting FNZ’s existing platform functionality and business model; and work with System Design to ensure any enhancements are in-line with FNZ’s strategic business initiatives and SDLC.
Specific Role Responsibilities
Preferred Industry Knowledge
Required Knowledge and Skills
FNZ is the market leading provider of technology and administration services to major financial institutions in the platform and wealth management sectors across the globe. We partner with life companies, banks, asset managers and discretionary wealth managers to enable them to develop and distribute financial products and services to their customers across all major distribution channels.
FNZ has a strong blue-chip customer base including Standard Life, Axa Wealth, JP Morgan, HSBC, AMP, National Australia Bank, Bank of New Zealand, Friends Life, UBS, Zurich Financial and Close Brothers Asset Management. It has helped these customers grow to over £30 billion of platform assets in aggregate. FNZ now employs over 1 000 people with offices in UK (London, Bristol, Edinburgh), Czech Republic (Brno), Australia (Sydney), New Zealand (Wellington), Singapore and China (Hong Kong, Shanghai).