Operational Business Analyst Investment Services bei Lombard International Assurance Sa

We are looking for a Data Connectivity Officer who, as member of our Integration & Support team, will have two main objectives: implement new data flows (SWIFT messages or Flat files) with our counterparties and monitor existing ones so that our internal operational teams can operate in an efficient and sustainable way. In addition to these tasks, you will take part in the custodian bank due diligence process and participate in various operational and regulatory projects. The type of tasks is highly diversified.

Your responsibilities will be as follows:

• Participate in the custodian bank due diligence process;
• Analyse and implement new automated data flows (flat files, xml files, Swift messages) and make recommendations;
• Participate in the data connectivity requirement review and development process;
• Proactively participate in the improvement and the automation of our processes;
• Develop and maintain a strong working relationship with your internal customers and external counterparties;
• Report on a regular basis to the Management the progress made on tasks.


Your profile – Have you got what it takes to become our Data Connectivity Officer?


• At least 2-3 years of experience in a fund administration or life insurance industry;
• Good understanding of financial instruments is a key asset;
• Experience with SWIFT messages (MT101, MT300, MT515, MT535, MT566, MT940 and MX messages) and/or Swift Alliance is an asset;
• Strong analytical skills, able to deal with facts, figures and adherence to systems;
• Ability to work in a changing environment and prioritise tasks;
• Be able to identify, document and escalate any issue or any process change proposal;
• Well-organised with a methodical approach to work;
• Team player whilst able to work independently;
• Good knowledge of MS Office, especially Excel (including VBA);
• Able to work with tickets monitoring tools (JIRA, Confluence);
• Fluent in written and spoken English. One additional EU language is considered as a key asset.