Credit Risk Analyst

  1. Permanent
£30,000 - £40,000 per annum + +10% Bonus + Benefits
CRA1120

City of London, London

The details

We are working with an exciting bank who is looking to bring on board a Credit Risk Analyst to join the team in London.

The position itself will give the successful candidate the opportunity to be paid a competitive salary with the entitlement to an exceptional pension scheme and bonus, while receiving a generous holiday allowance and other exceptional benefits.

The successful candidate will bring 2+ years of Consumer Credit risk experience (not commercial risk experience).

Examples of responsibilities to expect:

  • Monitor consumer lending credit risk on behalf of the business.
  • Develop an understanding of modelling and risk analytics.
  • Help deliver effective credit risk strategy.
  • Assist and provide analysis on the development of effective MI.
  • Support the bank's credit lifecycle value and risk analysis.

Candidate Requirements:

  • The successful candidate will bring 2+ years of Consumer Credit Risk experience gained within financial services (preferably within a bank).
  • Degree in a quantitative or finance subject.
  • Experience in SAS or VBA or R or Python or other programming languages.
  • Knowledge of commonly used risk metrics
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Team player and strong record working in a fast paced environment.

If you would like to know more about this opportunity, please contact me on 02080766934 / deem.napattaloong@markssattin.com

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