Technology Business Analyst
New York, New York
September 23rd 2019
The position is for a Technology Business Analyst, focusing on processes and systems that support Morgan Stanley's two U.S. Banks: Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A. (MSBNA) and Morgan Stanley Private Bank, National Association (MSPBNA). These banks are independent national banks and wholly-owned subsidiaries of Morgan Stanley. Because of their national bank charters and ability to attract stable insured deposits, the Banks represent valuable franchise-enhancing strategic assets to the Firm.
The U.S. Banks Technology team is responsible for supporting Bank business and growth by managing the provision of technology within a regulatory-compliant, risk-managed framework in a cost-effective manner. The team is seeking an experienced Technology Business Analyst to review the Bank application inventory and document Bank-specific use cases including product impact. The Bank application inventory is a core element of the Banks’ technology risk management process, including the identification, tracking, reporting, and oversight of risks and remediation activities.
The position is located at Morgan Stanley's New York office.
Develop an understanding of the Banks’ business models and products, and familiarity with technology services provided by the affiliate technology organization
Work with business and technology teams to understand product and process flows and confirm catalog of Bank-supporting systems
Create or enhance documentation explaining how each application supports the Bank product and process
Five plus years of experience in a similar role in financial or banking services, with practical knowledge of banking principles and products
Practical knowledge of technology and information security processes
Strong analytical skills with the ability to solve problems independently and drive tasks to completion
Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to summarize complex information clearly to senior technical and non-technical audiences
High level of attention to detail and focus on precision
Good interpersonal skills, with an ability to navigate complex organizations and build relationships
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Business, Economics, or Finance
Prior experience working in a large bank
Familiarity with banking principles including capital adequacy, stress testing, and liquidity risk
Familiarity with banking products including securitized loans, mortgages, securities-based lending, and high net worth lending.
Job ID: A2527