Accenture has been helping Murex clients transform their front, middle and back office operations and risk management functions, including collateral management and treasury operations, for more than 20 years. Our Murex services include system transformation, DevOps enablers, cloud, continuous testing, upgrade and managed services. Working closely with our clients and partners over many years we have developed a suite of software solutions designed to better integrate disparate systems and add key elements of functionality—with the ultimate aim of saving businesses considerable amounts of time and money while ensuring high quality output.
We require experienced Murex Consultants with strong knowledge of Murex and broad exposure to financial markets. You will be working in a team of Murex Subject Matter Experts to deliver on a variety of projects.Qualifications Basic Qualifications
A minimum of three years of experience with Murex Development Business Analysis experience
A minimum of three years of experience with complex delivery support
A minimum of three years of experience in Financial Markets with strong domain knowledge and exposure to multiple asset classes
Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years) work experience. (If Associate’s Degree, must have minimum 6 years work experience)
Experience with SQL, Calypso and Unix
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