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New York - Strategic Market Intelligence (SMI) Analyst - Banking and Capital Markets, Regulatory
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Strategic Market Intelligence (SMI) Analyst - Banking and Capital Markets, Regulatory
The candidate will track and produce internal alerts on key regulatory change items across Americas by country and theme, support the build out of timelines and point of views on regulatory change impact at Americas jurisdictional and global levels, as well as lead, manage and contribute to other regulatory change-related research and analysis projects in response to customer needs. Participate in strategic and complex initiatives that support accounts by understanding both the global and Americas landscape for regulatory change in the financial services sector. Identify issues and events that will impact regulatory change in the banking industry; recognize causes and key drivers; and present an insightful perspective within the context of company solutions. Work collaboratively to produce insightful qualitative and/or quantitative analysis to fulfil both structured and unstructured requests to support the executive leadership or customer groups to include the creation (or the project management or contribution to) of newsletters, internal briefings, early warning alerts, points of view, and other deliverables. Develop network of relationships with Subject Matter Advisors and country leaders for risk and regulatory issues. Have a strong understanding of the financial services industry and have a keen interest in the impact of regulatory change/reform. Demonstrate an understanding of analytical tools and techniques, including those specific to the financial services community, and deftly adapt those tools to address analytical issues. Break down events into causes and key drivers. Develop multiple hypotheses regarding alternative conclusions. Investigate the alternatives and to recommend solutions. Draw together information from primary and secondary sources to prove or disprove hypotheses. Transform ideas into insights and outlines possible outcomes or implications. Collect information from individuals using direct interviewing and elicitation techniques. Provide guidance, coaching and development to other analysts and researchers.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in relevant field (e.g., Economics, Public Policy Finance, Business, Statistics, Journalism, Law) or equivalent work experience. Master's degree or postgraduate studies preferred. Must have 5+ years of experience in a financial services, legal, professional services or consulting environment or with a financial services regulator. Should have deep understanding of the financial services sector and an interest in regulatory change. Must have detailed knowledge and proven track record in conducting industry/competitive intelligence analysis and research. Knowledge and experience within a professional services environment an advantage. Should be proficient in retrieval of information from proprietary online databases (e.g., Bloomberg, Factiva), wire services, the internet and other secondary sources. Spanish and/or Portuguese would be an advantage. May require occasional travel.

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