Bright Analyst for 6-12 month contract

London (West), London (Greater)
£30,000 - £50,000
06 Jan 2021
03 Feb 2021
Job Title
Finance Assistant
Industry Sector
Banking / Finance
Contract Type
Full Time

Incredibly rare opportunity to work as an Analyst for an industry-leading and growing finance firm in the heart of Mayfair.

The ideal candidate would have a law-degree or alternatively Maths, Economics, Finance etc and have outstanding academics plus corporate financial experience – KYC experience a bonus. To be successful in this role you will need to be exceptionally hard-working, have meticulous attention to detail, highly numerate,  very strong administration skills plus the ability to liaise at the highest level so great communication skills are essential.

Working within an incredibly fast-paced team that set-up new counterparties and draw up new business deals, the role has a heavy legal and compliance focus. You will need to be tenacious and have the ability to prioritise as everything is urgent. There is also huge scope to take on projects and grow within the business.

This is a newly created role, so an enviable opportunity to make your mark and develop things further. This is initially a 6-12 month contract, however there is every possibility of a permanent position for the right candidate.  Ideally immediately available.

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