IT Business Analyst Finance & Risk

Function: 40 hours a week

Type: Job

Location: The Hague

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Why would you want to work for NIBC’s IT Finance & Risk Domain?

The multi-disciplinary IT Finance & Risk team is responsible for all run and change activities in the Finance & Risk domain. They play a central role a central role in the future developments of the bank, by advising on and realizing the regulatory roadmap. Together, the team is responsible for implementation, maintenance and support of financial and risk systems, in close collaboration with our vendors.


What will you do?

As an IT Business Analyst, you are the sparring partner for our Finance & Risk domain, your IT team, product owners, and other stakeholders. You raise awareness of IT innovations and market developments in the Finance & Risk domain and show the potential value of Digital to Finance & Risk. For changes and projects, you analyse business requirements and design related processes and digital solutions.

You support Digital Transformation, by identifying possibilities for digital innovations as well as for improvements in business processes and/or digital solutions. But you don’t stop there, you “dig in” and get own hands dirty to deliver what is required for successful execution of own (and others’) initiatives that support digital transformation.


What will you get?

NIBC is an enterprising bank focused on our clients’ most decisive financial moments. We share a forward-thinking, can-do attitude with our clients, which we call our THINK YES mentality.

Being part of the IT Finance & Risk team provides you substantial responsibilities, direct exposure to various (business) stakeholders and enable you to develop your ambitions within a financial institution.

Furthermore we nurture our entrepreneurial and inventive culture by providing modern flexible devices and working spaces. You can therefore work where and when you want which improves your performance and work-life balance.

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