The Research Business Analyst will be responsible for conducting in-depth research for a wide variety of problems, topics, and issues, some involving mutual fund trade corrections in brokerage accounts. The Analyst would take ownership of inquiries through their resolution, which would require the ability to successfully interface with other departments at different management levels. The analyst must be able to work independently or in conjunction with others, determine if an underlying pattern on a larger scale may exist, resolve or seek out the resources to resolve the problem(s) at hand. Analyst would need to confer with management for escalations when solutions are not readily available or if there are consequences requiring management attention or loss.
The ideal candidate enjoys networking within the organization to find creative solutions to abstract problems and have a solid understanding of the business of Chase Wealth Management. This should be an individual that is a self-starter and works with minimal supervision, personable and approachable.
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