Technology Management - Client Onboarding Technology

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Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. The Firm's employees serve clients worldwide including corporations, governments and individuals from more than 1,200 offices in 43 countries.

As a market leader, the talent and passion of our people is critical to our success. Together, we share a common set of values rooted in integrity, excellence and strong team ethic. Morgan Stanley can provide a superior foundation for building a professional career - a place for people to learn, to achieve and grow. A philosophy that balances personal lifestyles, perspectives and needs is an important part of our culture.
TECHNOLOGY/ROLE/DEPARTMENT AT MORGAN STANLEY

Technology is the key differentiator that ensures that we manage our global businesses and serve clients on a market-leading platform that is resilient, safe, efficient, smart, fast and flexible. Technology redefines how we do business in global, complex and dynamic financial markets. We have a large number of award-winning technology platforms that help to propel our Firm?s businesses to be the top in the market. Our India technology teams are based in Mumbai and Bengaluru. We have built strong techno-functional teams which partner with our offices globally taking global ownership of systems and products. We have a vibrant and diverse mix of technologists working on different technologies and functional domains. There is a large focus on innovation, inclusion, giving back to the community and sharing knowledge.

Corporate and Funding Technology (CFT) develops and oversees the overall technology strategy and bespoke technology solutions to drive and enable the firmwide businesses and enterprise-wide functions. Our clients include Fixed Income, Equities, Prime Brokerage, Commodities, Investment Banking, Research and Global Capital Markets as well as Operations, HR and Corporate Services.

Counterparty Data and Regulatory Technology, part of CFT, is responsible for firmwide infrastructure for managing counter party information, client and account onboarding and all regulatory adherences for the clients. CDRT has commenced on several strategic initiatives to better our technology and data management platform. These initiatives involve building state of the art solutions using industry standard architectural methodologies such as Business Process Management, Business Rules Management, Event Driven MOM, Service Oriented Architecture and Business Intelligence Reporting infrastructure.

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Senior Tech Management Role:

Operations Technology is looking for a strong technology leader with a proven record of leading large scale teams and delivering change on enterprise level to fulfil a role of North America Regional Lead for one of the largest technology departments within Operations Technology. The successful candidate would have a proven track record of technology leadership and ability to influence and challenge the existing operational processes in order to drive and deliver change, preferably within Tier 1 investment bank. In their role, candidate will be responsible for providing senior leadership and local management to 50 strong development team in North America and setting the team?s technology vision and strategy with the emphasis on Cloud adoption, DevOps and modern software development practices in enterprise environment. Candidate must have a strong, ideally hands on, technology background and demonstrate exposure to wide range of current technologies, with experience in large scale enterprise application rollout and deployment. Successful candidate will be responsible for senior stakeholder management in the region, across both Operations and Business user groups. Ability to work effectively in global environment and partner effectively with other senior technology leaders within the department is a must, due to distributed nature of technology division.