Senior Credit Risk Analyst

  • Location:

    Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

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  • Salary:

    £34000 - £37000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Greg Pollard

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

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A leading Retail Bank Currently requires a Senior Credit Risk Analyst to join their Unsecured Lending team on a permanent basis.

You will be responsible for...

  • Building upon your existing experience, solving complex business problems to help the bank develop appropriate credit risk management strategies, driving forward practical value based solutions
  • Providing Senior Managers across the bank with insight into business performance and future potential
  • Taking accountability for an area of credit policy, monitoring performance, clearly communicating issues, developing and recommending changes where appropriate
  • Challenging proposals and decisions that conflict with sound, value based credit portfolio management
  • Ensuring that strong links are maintained between Risk and other key business areas

For your application to qualify, you will have the following...

  • You'll need to be comfortable with numbers so a 2:1 degree or equivalent in a discipline involving numeracy is desirable, as is experience in analysing data using statistical packages.
  • Experience programming in SAS, SQL, or a similar programming language.
  • General awareness of credit industry products and markets, credit risk experience is also desirable but similar experience gained within a risk department in other firms such as utilities and/or telecoms companies would also be welcomed.
  • Comfortable with delivering complex analysis.
  • You'll also need to have strong communication, relationship and influencing skills with the ability to explain the results of complex analysis to a non-technical audience and have the confidence to bring change in areas out of your control.

Please apply now to discuss further.


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