Data and Operational Analysts gain industry training geared towards financial services. This role often involves access to business areas in major financial institutions, working on sensitive information and high profile projects. Data and Operational Analysts gain first-hand exposure to the trade lifecycle.
In this role you will work closely with clients to capture data requirements, reconcile, de-duplicate and clean up data across projects in operations and technology departments. This role is crucial in assisting organisations with the accuracy and timely presentation of data, in line with internal process/governance and regulatory requirements. Knowledge and experience acquired as a Data and Operational Analyst can lead to management roles, as well as careers in business and operations analysis or project management.
This is the perfect opportunity for those who are team players and self-starters with an aptitude for fast learning. Graduates from both STEM and non-STEM backgrounds are perfect for this pathway.
Data and Operational Analyst Training
Before starting a role as a Data and Operational Analyst, you will undergo the relevant training in our in-house Academy which includes the following modules:
- Excel VBA
- Financial Industry Awareness
- A problem solver
- A practical individual with strong analytical skills
- Adept in business processes
- A Strong leader with excellent communication skills
Data and Operational Analyst – Elena Nicola, Morgan Stanley & Co
”FDM gives you access to a huge pool of clients and provides you with the necessary training, which has opened up many doors to develop my career in the IT industry. Being placed in a leading investment bank following my training, I truly enjoyed learning and working in a challenging environment. Working in the Interest Rates Derivates Team, I have been involved in helping increase the company’s leverage ratio in accordance with Basel III regulations. Overall, the programme at FDM gives you the freedom to choose your career path, excel and reach your full potential.”