Business Analyst (Finance/Banking)
A business analyst is someone who scrutinizes the financial aspects of the business and determines if there are any changes that could be made to make the business more successful.
Makes recommendations and changes to improve the business.
Develops and implements goals and procedures based on the data analysed.
Designs feasible and obtainable goals to improve the business.
Business analysts will often require a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or information technologies. They may also have a technical background as a programmer or computer engineer.
A detailed mind that is able to analyse data and come to conclusions based on the available data.
Should be able to gather, analyse and interpret data in areas such as budgets, financial planning, forecasting and cash flow projections.
Must be able to coordinate, organize and direct organizations of projects and processes related to the financial sector of business.