Category: Financial Services
Does anyone think me getting a CPA/Masters in Finance to become a Business Analyst a good idea?
Analyst and research seem to be jobs suitable for an introvert.
I prefer to not have consistent interaction with people but can communicate well regularly.
I think this combination of Business/Accounting/Finance and I.T. touch on all the careers I have soon that are good for introverts.
Does anyone agree?
I am currently working with a Bank as a Relationship Manager.
I am presently looking for a change in profile. I am interested in the role of a Business Analyst.
There are openings for Business Analyst in Retail Banking Domain.
I have 4 years of experience in Retail Banking Sales but no IT experience.
I would like to know if I would qualify for a BA role and how I would have to prepare for the interview.
Awaiting your expert advice.
I need help with:
The lack of knowledge of the field for making into Banking, Financial Services & Insurance (BFSI) sector
Absence of Big Brand Company in my CV
Lack of Guidance for excelling in the field of Business Analyst
Generally speaking a business analyst is there to bridge a gap to solve a problem and meet business’ needs. This gap is usually between business and Information Technology (IT).
However, the career of a business analyst encompasses a variety of specific titles and expectations that vary from company to company.
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Presently i am working in a Bank as an Assistant Manager since Oct, 2009 but I want to become a Business Analyst.
So kindly confirm if my experience is useful for a Business Analyst job or shall i do any certification courses in addition to the experience.
And suggest to me the best path to becoming a Business Analyst based on my academic information.
Thanks in advance.