Valentin ETIENNE

Valentin ETIENNE

Consultant, Murex

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En poste chez Murex

Précédents : Air France

 

Précédents : University Of Birmingham, Ecole Spéciale Des Travaux Publics (ESTP)

 

    En résumé

    I am a Business Analyst for Murex, a software developer focused on integrated trading, risk management, processing and clearing solutions for buy- and sell-side financial institutions, corporations and utilities located across the globe. In this role I take part in the company’s design and development of appropriate supporting strategies, building lasting and trusting relationships with clients by in-depth understanding of their business requirements. Our most exciting work to date is challenging platform’s functional capabilities to adapt to the French Ministry of Economy and Finance specifities. Not only do we have fun creating that project, but also we find it rewarding to see the results. Before joining Murex, I studied and worked abroad in various contexts and was lucky enough to work with brilliant people from all over the world. I’m truly passionate about my work and always eager to connect with others. While I enjoy all aspects of my job, I think my favorite stage of a project is working with the client or business unit leader to understand his or her business objectives. As we go through that collaborative process, the ideas start to flow and that’s always the fun part. I have an MEng from the French leading Engineering School ESTP and an MSc from the University of Birmingham, UK. I’m always interested in hearing from former colleagues, managers, or just interesting creative folk, so feel free to contact me if you’d like to connect.

Parcours

Consultant

Chez Murex

De juin 2014 à aujourd'hui
Project: Murex Back-office consultant and accounting stream lead for implementation of Agence France Tresor (France public debt and treasury management state agency) into a single centralised platform, bringing significant benefits in terms of cost and operations: - Gather requirements, ...
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University Of Birmingham, Edgbaston Birmingham

MSc Water Resources Technology and Management, School of Civil Engineering

De septembre 2012 à octobre 2013
 

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