Credit Risk Strategy Manager – Central London Credit Risk Strategy Manager – Central London …

Parallel Consulting
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 24 Sep 19
Up to £70,000
Parallel Consulting
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 24 Sep 19
Up to £70,000
Competitive Benefits A well know UK lending brand, is seeking a Credit Risk Strategy Manager to help manage the development of their Acquisition Strategies team. The role permits the Credit Risk Management to take full control and ownership of new business strategies. This opportunity will allow you to develop and grown within the company, while managing a small team of analyst within a fast pace environment. Working on both sides of mentoring and hands on projects

Tasks

  • Help with the development of new and challenging existing acquisition strategies, portfolio performance and work proactively to optimise strategies
  • Work closely with different departments (marketing and insights, operational and technology teams), approving all data traffic going through and from your team
  • Improving models and strategies, by working close to stakeholders
  • Lead and mentor a small team of motivated, fast pace analysts

Experience

  • Track record, showing the ability to design, develop and implement strategies in a Credit Risk environment. Within a retail or corporate banking background.
  • Ability to put theory into practice
  • Strong SAS and SQL skills are desirable; ability to work in a past pace environment, handling vast amount of data (SAS BASE desirable, other programming experience in R or Python may compensate for lack of SAS and SQL)
  • Experience maintaining, monitoring and updating acquisition models and strategies
  • Worked with the development of scorecards and other credit risk models (desired but not essential)
  • Strong written and communication level with different departments and stakeholders
  • Working with consumer products like loans, credit cards, mortgages will be preferred

 

 

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