Commercial Analyst

Salary: Remote | £55,000 Plus Bonus and Benefits
Contact name: Gabriella Moraes

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​About the Company

Our client are a global leader in payments processing technology and solutions for a wide range of merchants and partners. In fact, they operate in over 30 different countries, with 22,000 staff and in the last four years, have seen share prices rise by over five times! Their innovations and expertise drive growth for millions of companies — from ambitious start-ups to financial institutions and global enterprises.

About the Opportunity

To have responsibility for the production of MI to assist in tracking performance trends, risk drivers, as well as reconciling data sets, fees and charges to help achieve any set targets.

The job holder is also responsible for assisting with forecasting and the optimisation of the card scheme analytic tools.


  • Perform data extraction, manipulation, processing and analysis, managing multiple deliveries concurrently.

  • Update and distribution of existing MI ensuring accuracy within tight deadlines.

  • Use of the card schemes analytic tools to extract data in support of commercial activities and to support the wider business.

  • Regular reviews of data to assist with the optimisation and accuracy of the PCI products.

  • Assist with forecasting of revenue and cost streams.

  • Identify areas for improvement such as automation, process improvement or other best practice methodologies.

  • Assist with the mapping and reconciliation of invoice costs and fees across schemes channels.

  • Support the Senior Commercial Analyst and wider Payment Brands team with new initiatives.

About the Desired Candidate

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar position

  • Excellent attention to detail with the ability to process large volumes of data quickly & accurately

  • Advanced level in Excel and Google equivalent

  • Able to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders, comfortable with translating “tech-speak” into layman terms for non-technical audiences

  • Interested in problem solving and creating solutions

  • Can meet deadlines in a fast past environment with changing priorities

  • Great organisation and planning skills, with the ability to prioritise own workload

  • Business awareness, focus and judgement

  • A self-starter with a strong desire to succeed

  • Ability to package and present ideas with clarity and adapt to current audience demands, using, but not limited to Excel, PowerPoint and Google equivalent

  • Good understanding of Card Schemes and Payments Processing is desirable but not essential