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  • Abschluss: Diplom Wirtschaftsinformatiker
  • Stunden-/Tagessatz: 113 €/Std. 900 €/Tag
  • Sprachkenntnisse: deutsch (Muttersprache) | englisch (verhandlungssicher) | französisch (Grundkenntnisse)
  • Letztes Update: 14.05.2020
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SKILLS
Projektmanagement, Business Analysis, Compliance, AFC, KYC, Sanctions, Enbargo, SCRUM, Konfliktmanagement, Big Data, Hadoop, Cloud, AWS, Projektmanager, AML, SAP ERP, SAP BI
PROJEKTHISTORIE
PROFILE
Simon has over 14 years of experience in the Information Technologies sector and over ten years within the Banking industry in Frankfurt, Sydney, Geneva and Luxembourg, holding various positions in project management, business analysis and change management. He possesses sound project management and business analysis knowledge and has international experience across finance, operations and technology as well as a comprehensive operational background.

MAJOR ACHIEVMENTS

Client Name: Merck KGaA – Darmstadt, Germany

Period start: July 2018
Period end:
Role: Project Manager
Reporting to: Program Manager
Assignment Summary:
MCloud (Merck Cloud) – AWS Cloud move on-premise
Orchestration of a strategic move of the Merck Cloud Big Data platform from Cloud AWS hosting to on-premise hosting. The strategic move of the MCloud included a technology refresh to the latest Big Data Hadoop Hortonworks Data Platform. The agile project management included the solution design, hardware procurement, hardware setup, OS installation, Hortonworks data platform setup as well as finally the application migration. The solution design took the hosting of confidential data into account utilizing encryption services. The project was managed based on an agile SCRUM approach.
? Project Management
? Stakeholder Management
? Migration Strategy
? Vendor Management


Client Name: Commerzbank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: May 2017
Period end: June 2018
Role: Project Manager
Reporting to: Program Manager
Assignment Summary:
Transaction Monitoring BDAA Big Data & Advanced Analytics – Data Governance and Provisioning
The client is currently harmonizing the entire compliance application landscape and introducing a centralized big data platform for data provisioning for the compliance application portfolio. The project goal is the introduction of the latest version of a vendor product for transaction monitoring and customer due diligence with the aim to achieve a stringent data lineage, improved transaction monitoring as well as the rollout of the enhanced customer due diligence process to fulfil newly enacted regulatory requirements.
? Project Management
? Business Analysis

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: January 2016
Period end: April 2017
Role: Business analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager

Assignment Summary:
Financial Data Warehouse (FDW) – Source Code Management Assessment
Across the FDW eco system multiple source code management systems are in use which reached their end of lifecycle. The project aims to introduce a standardized and distributed source code management system to harmonize the tool stack, align to the global tool strategy and to enable further automation of subsequent build, deployment and quality management processes. The assignment includes the as-is process analysis, definition of target state, migration process, training and rollout.
? Business analysis
? Moderating workshops
? Impact analysis
? Change management

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: June 2015
Period end: December 2015
Role: Project Manager
Reporting to: Programme Manager

Assignment Summary:
Financial Data Warehouse (FDW) – FDS Data Migration & Deployment Automation
The main objective of the data migration initiative was the adoption of the FDS (Financial Data Standard) to meet regulatory reporting standards for the global instance of the financial data warehouse.
Moreover the assignment included the oversight over the deployment automation project. The project had the aim to establish an automated deployment process across the FDW technology stack to increase the efficiency, reduce overall deployment duration and to meet audit requirements.
? Project Management (Data Migration)
? Deployment Automation (Governance)

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: October 2014
Period end: May 2015
Role: Project Manager
Reporting to: Programme Manager

Assignment Summary:
Strategic Project – Introduction of a new state of the art KYC & client screening solution
Based on the newly defined AFC (Anti Financial Crime) software portfolio strategy the existing KYC & client screening solution should be replaced by a new state of the art and more flexible client screening solution. The new platform should be integrated into a newly designed overall AFC TOM (target operating model) to reflect the new KYC (Know Your Customer) policy. Furthermore the new platform should satisfy the strong regulatory demand for a more flexible solution and shorter time to market for fulfilling newly enacted regulatory requirements.
? RFP (Request For Proposal) creation
? Vendor assessment
? Project management
? Infrastructure analysis, design and hardware ordering

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: June 2013
Period end: December 2014
Role: Project Manager
Reporting to: Programme Manager

Assignment Summary:
Multi Project Management – AFC (Anti Financial Crime) KYC & Client Screening
Multi Project Management for a KYC & client screening platform for business process optimizations and several functional enhancements as well as the introduction of a standardized MIS (management information system) reporting platform.
? Project management
? Change & release management
? Stakeholder and relationship management
? Vendor management
? Quality management

Client Name: Deutsche Bahn AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: November 2012
Period end: May 2013
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 30
Business Area: Public Transport
Project Lifecycle: Business Analysis, Functional Design, SIT, UAT, Post go-live support

Assignment Summary:
SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) – Introduction
SEPA introduction into the distribution and sales software portfolio for travel ticket subscriptions for premium customers. Within the project the responsibilities were:
? Requirements management
? Business requirements document creation
? Change management
? Process design & alignment to regulatory requirements
? Migration strategy design
? Quality management

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: August 2011
Period end: August 2012
Role: Project Manager
Reporting to: Programme Manager
Business Area: GT
Assignment Summary:
TZE Refurbishment – Real Estate Occupancy for GT Business Units
The TZE Refurbishment had the aim to refurbish the DB GT headquarter in Eschborn Germany to significantly optimize the GTO office footprint. It was DB’s largest project introducing the dbNW (DB New Workplace) worldwide in 2011/2012. The optimization was achieved by introducing the dbNW concept with state of the art IT infrastructure, office furniture and meeting room concepts to enable GT staff to use their office space in a flexible way enabling team collaboration. In conjunction with the refurbishment and increase of desk sharing other rented office space could be reduced leading to significant cost savings. Within the project the responsibilities were:
? Client requirements management
? Change management
? Defining GT space requirements and the OpCo model and procedures
? Running the operating committee (OpCo) meetings
? Optimizing the GT occupancy footprint to reduce space costs
? Stakeholder and relationship management
? Quality management reporting

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: February 2011
Period end: June 2011
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Programme Manager
Team size: 10
Project Lifecycle: Business Requirements, Functional Design

Assignment Summary:
Compliance – ICM Case Management
Process analysis and design together with impacted teams for a globally used compliance ICM (Investigative Case Management) service platform. It will be introduced to ensure the coverage of regulatory compliance requirements within the AML (Anti-Money Laundering) field and to protect the Bank of potential reputational risk and money-laundering. In addition the investigation process has been streamlined to facilitate the overall case management process to eliminate manual work and significantly improve the overall process efficiency to realize cost savings.
Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Deutsche Bank (Suisse) S.A. – Geneva, Switzerland
Deutsche Bank (Luxembourg) S.A. – Luxembourg
Period start: August 2010
Period end: February 2011
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Programme Manager
Team size: 10
Project Lifecycle: Business Requirements, Infrastructure Setup, SIT, UAT, Go-live

Assignment Summary:
PCR – Local Roll-Out Switzerland and Luxembourg
The main project objective was the local roll-out of the globally used compliance PCR (Preventive Crime Research) platform to comply with regulatory requirements and to ensure a standardized KYC & compliance process. In addition a key success factor was the establishment of interfaces between the compliance platform and the core banking system to considerably eliminate manual data processing. Furthermore the new platform needed to cover new regulatory requirements raised by the 3rd EU Money Laundering Directive.

Responsible for business requirements, functional design, local know/how transfer, quality management, creation of training material, change management, user training and post go-live support.

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: March 2010
Period end: July 2010
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 10
Project Lifecycle: Business Requirements, Functional Design, SIT, UAT, Post go-live support

Assignment Summary:
PCR – Revers Check
The introduction of the new reverse check process as part of the PCR platform was driven by regulatory requirements defined by the 3rd EU Money Laundering Directive. Based on a risk based approach the whole customer base will be regularly validated against several public lists to identify PEP’s (Politically Exposed Person) as well as entities listed within embargo lists.
Responsible for business analysis, process analysis, functional design in liaison with the business department as well as the vendor; quality management, test planning and testing of the newly introduced reverse check process across various business units, as well as approx. 30 system feeds.

Client Name: Deutsche Bank AG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: June 2009
Period end: March 2010
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Program Manager
Team size: 12
Project Lifecycle: Functional Design, SIT, UAT, Post go-live support

Assignment Summary:
PCR (Preventive Crime Research) – NCA (New Client Adoption) – Phase I
The PCR project involves the implementation of a new application technology solution as well as the integration into the existing infrastructure including up- and downstream client data systems. PCR is an application to screen customers against external and internal watch lists to prevent the bank of potential risks with within the AML (Anti-Money Laundering) and embargo fields as well as to protect the bank of potential reputational and financial risks.
Project includes technology, finance and operations teams across all business areas and covers all EMEA, Asia and America locations.
General ledger for the quality insurance including all upstream and downstream system feeds and watch lists updates – responsible for:
? Business requirements
? Functional design
? Quality management (test planning, test case creation)
? Change management
? Creation of training material
? User training
? Post go-live support
? Defining, introducing and outsourcing of a standardized user account management

Client Name: DB Systel GmbH – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: June 2008
Period end: May 2009
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 40
Business Area: Public Transport
Project Lifecycle: Functional Design, SIT, UAT, Post go-live support

Assignment Summary:
New Abosystem – Release 2/3
Business Process Reengineering of the distribution and sales process for travel ticket subscriptions for premium customers. Three legacy systems which reached their end of lifecycle have been retired and replaced by a new platform. The new system will be used for the distribution and customer liaison and support for more than 50 transport associations. Therefore standardized process have been established and being streamlined to realize process optimization with regards to shortening the response time to the customer and most important to increase the efficiency. The main project aim was to increase the profitability of the sales department through system supported processes and elimination of manual processes - responsible for:
? Moderating workshops
? Change management
? Functional project coordination (2 teams 40 project members)
? Organizational governance
? Project reporting
? Process harmonization & definition of optimized processes

Client Name: DB Systel GmbH – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: August 2007
Period end: May 2008
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 30
Business Area: Public Transport
Project Lifecycle: Functional Design, SIT, UAT, go-live, Post go-live support
Assignment Summary:
New Abosystem – Release 1
Business Process Reengineering of the distribution and sales process for travel ticket subscriptions for premium customers. Three legacy systems which reached their end of lifecycle have been retired and replaced by a new platform. The new system with release 1 will be used for the distribution, customer liaison and support for the first core transport association. Therefore standardized process have been established and being streamlined to realize process optimization with regards to shortening the response time to the customer and most important to increase the efficiency. The main project aim was to increase the profitability of the sales department through system supported processes and elimination of manual processes - responsible for:
? Project Management Office
? Moderating workshops
? Iterative analysis of customer needs
? Process harmonization
? Definition of optimized to be processes
? Effort estimation
? Project status reporting
? Change management
? User training

Client Name: ABN AMRO Bank N.V. – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: June 2007
Period end: July 2007
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 4
Business Area: Private Banking, AM, CIB, PBC
Project Lifecycle: Functional Design, SIT

Assignment Summary:
Access Online – German User Interface
Internationalisation of ‘Access Online’ though the introduction of a German user interface. Access online is a web based money transaction portal for international as well as national business customers. Starting point of the project was the translation of the widely used English version into a German version. Project aim was to increase the market penetration and market acceptance – responsible for:
? Change Management
? Moderating workshops to agree on common German expressions
? Quality management

Client Name: Arcor AG & Co. KG – Frankfurt, Germany
Period start: May 2007
Period end: June 2007
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 5
Business Area: Telecommunication
Project Lifecycle: Functional Design, SIT

Assignment Summary:
Arcor – Video Portal
Preparation of a market lunch strategy for the video portal in association with a functional enhancement for a target audience specific repositioning – responsible for:
? Market analysis of existing competitors to establish a process model for the market launch
? SWOT analysis as a starting point for recommended procedures for functional enhancements
Client Name: Lifespan Financial Planning PTY LTD – Sydney, Australia
Period start: October 2004
Period end: February 2005
Role: Business Analyst
Reporting to: Project Manager
Team size: 6
Business Area: Financial Planning
Project Lifecycle: Functional Design, SIT, UAT
Assignment Summary:
Quattro
The financial planning company planned the development and introduction of a new web based content management system containing a process oriented approach. The new platform should be used to maintain the customer base and all financial planning related contracts including online access for the financial advisors – responsible for:
? Functional design
? Vendor coordination
? Quality management
? Change management
? Creation of training material & user training
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