Technical Business Analyst / Solutions Specialist

Our client is a hugely exciting and progressive software firm who are disrupting the buy-side trading technology space with their leading-edge systems.

Their clients are a mixture of large tier 1 asset managers and SME sized investment / hedge fund firms who are using the systems to dramatically simplify and improve data flow.

In the role of Technical Business Analyst / Solutions Specialist you will be working directly with clients (asset managers, hedge funds, investment firms) to understand the connectivity requirements of their systems (in-house and 3rd party e.g. Charles River, Bloomberg AIM, thinkFolio, Fidessa, SimCorp) and to plan their integration. You will then take responsibility for providing product management / analysis to build a resource site for future clients to make their integrations easier.

In addition to this, you may be required to analyse support issues and to produce high-quality documentation to aid future support queries & issues.

Our client is looking for someone who has good knowledge of the asset management space (ideally including middle / back office) and who has:

  • Good understanding of data / data feeds / data flows
  • A strong technical background (Java, Python, .Net, database technologies)
  • Knowledge of 3rd party software systems in the asset management industry (e.g. Charles River, Bloomberg AIM, thinkFolio, Fidessa, SimCorp)


This is a unique opportunity to join a very successful FinTech firm in the early stages of their progression. You will be doing a varied role with increasing levels of client interaction & responsibility and huge scope for progression over time.

If you are genuinely interested in the technological advancement of the trading world and want to join a fast-paced, leading edge technology company please get in touch ASAP.


Business Analysis, Solutions Specialist, Product Management, Trading Technology, Asset Management, IBOR, Data, Python, Java, Buy-Side

Technical Business Analyst / Solutions Specialist