Credit Risk Senior Analyst – Needs exposure to Private Equity/Alternative Asset Mgrs

  • Market Rate
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Saxton Leigh
  • 23 Apr 19

Our client is one of the world’s largest international banks with offices based in the City.


  • To assess proposals submitted to Risk Management Department from the Front Office Departments of the business, and to write a credit reports in respect of the business proposals. This includes research and evaluation of counterparty management, industry and transaction risk, financial accounts, cash flows and forecasts; identifying the key risks and mitigants in the proposal.
  • To attend Credit Committee (CC) of the business to present a summary of their credit report to Committee and answer any questions from Committee members.
  • To regularly monitor the risk situations of borrowers in an allocated portfolio, as well as industry risks where particular responsibility for an industry has been allocated. 
  • To draft replies to enquiries and other relevant matters made by other departments as well as the Head Office in English and/or Mandarin.
  • To assist in current risk projects.
  • To help with preparing statistics reports relating to the Bank’s businesses, portfolios and sectors.
  • To maintain the electronic and paper filing systems for the department.
  • To back up other members of the RMD as necessary.
  • To ensure the compliance with departmental procedures manuals.
  • To carry out any ad hoc tasks assigned to him/her by line Manager as well as the Head of Department.



  • Relevant experience in asset, gap, bridge or gap financing to Structured Fund/Private Equity/Project Finance and Infrastructure Fund Managers.
  • Degree educated in a finance, business or economics discipline
  • Relevant professional qualification considered useful (e.g. MBA, ACIB, CFA, FRM)
  • Comprehensive knowledge of banking products and risks associated with them.
  • Comprehensive understanding of balance sheets, their analysis and key ratios.


For further information please contact Stuart Duncan.