Job Details

Financial Data Analyst

London London United Kingdom, E1 £40,000 - £55,000 , Permanent

Posted: 13 hours ago


Working in the Financial Data Analytics team of a financial services business, your role will be to provide high quality analysis on the financial performance of a wide range of organisations within the insurance and financial services sector.

Client Details

International financial services business providing research and high quality information for clients. Based in London.


As part of the Financial Data Analytics team, you will help provide high quality and accurate financial information on banking, insurance and non banking organisations.

You will analyse and interpret financial information across sectors and provide guidance to analysts on policies and procedures.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Participating in regular internal meetings with analysts to understand their requirements on data
  • Ensure highest levels of data quality for banks, insurers and non-banking financial institutions
  • Checking data has been correctly processed by the analysts and providing feedback when required
  • Documenting methodologies on how various fundamental data points are defined and can be identified in financial statements
  • Extensive liaison with offshore teams, providing training and ongoing support on capturing essential data
  • Monitoring developments in the Financial Services sector globally to provide advice on modifications to data templates needed to reflect evolving analytical or industry data needs
  • Actively participating in external client meetings, providing presentations
  • Prepare and provide regular reporting to stakeholders about bank, insurance and non-banking financial institutions data


  • Previous experience of financial / data analysis, ideally within financial services or insurance
  • Strong interest in the Financial Services sector and understanding the risks inherent in their operations
  • Experience of working with financial data, preferably in an accountancy, actuarial, risk or auditing capacity
  • Understanding of IFRS, GAAP & wider accounting fundamental processes
  • Possibly studying towards / completing a CIMA, ACCA, ACA, CFA qualification
  • Excellent administration and communication skills
  • Proven experience of interacting effectively with senior management
  • Experience of working with offshore or outsourcing teams is desirable
  • Highly organised and methodical approach to work
  • Have a can-do attitude to problems
  • Sound knowledge of a second language would be an advantage

Job Offer

Competitive salary and benefits package

Excellent career and development path.

Job Details

London, United Kingdom
£40,000 - £55,000