- Excellent Base + Car Allowance + Bonus + Benefits
- London, England, United Kingdom
- Permanent, Full time
- Barclay Simpson
- 13 Mar 18
Senior Credit Risk Analyst
Leading UK Challenger Bank seeks Credit Risk Models specialist.
My client has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Credit Risk Analyst who will be a Risk SME (subject matter expert) in credit risk statistical analysis and who will develop financial models. These models are used to predict how the bank’s portfolios will respond to changes in the economy, particularly an economic stress.
Risk is now firmly at the heart of every single financial services company, and that's where you'll be if you join the team as a Credit Risk Analyst. Helping to manage risk for one of the UK leading challenger banks is an exciting and rewarding place to develop your risk management skills. It's a great place to advance your career.
They are passionate about helping people and businesses prosper and we strive to be simple, personal and fair in everything we do. That’s why they’ve built a culture of respect, where everyone is empowered to keep their promises and go above-and-beyond for their customers, colleagues and the communities they serve.
As a Senior Credit Risk Analyst, your main responsibilities will be
Managing development projects
Assisting with on-going evolution of development standards
Demonstrating ownership of credit risk models ensuring all governance processes are followed
Creating and managing partnerships with the local business units
Translating complex technical issues with clear explanations where the structure output and limitations of the model are well understood
Minimum skills and experience required
Proven experience within a credit risk statistical analysis role of similar complexity and scale where you have led and delivered on multiple complex projects and initiatives
Ability to explain complex financial and credit risk issues with the ability to influence senior management
Proven experience using SAS or SQL along with excellent numerical skills