Credit Risk Analyst

£45000 - £65000 per annum + Comprehensive Benefits Package

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Credit Risk Analyst
Up to £65,000

How would you like to use your strong Data skills and Credit Risk (or strategic) experience to make a difference in people's lives? You'll have end to end ownership over Credit Risk and Strategic Analytics projects and will genuinely be making an big impact on the business from early doors.


A niche lender with a state of the art data capability who are along the road to leveraging open source tech, cloud technology and machine learning to make the right lending decisions and do right by their customers. It's a great time to become part of that journey!

A strong salary, competitive benefits and friendly, collaborative working environment are also on offer!


  • Manipulate and analyse large sets of data, using SAS, SQL (and soon open source tech) on a daily basis
  • Gain insights from the data and make strategic Business and Credit Risk decisions
  • Development of Credit Risk and wider commercial strategies aimed at Portfolio Profitability
  • Reporting directly to the Head of Credit Risk Analytics, you will get weekly expo sire to the C-level
  • Act as an internal consultant within the business, interacting with various teams and levels


  • Educated to degree level (minimum) in a numerate discipline
  • Experience using SAS, SQL (or similar tools) to manipulate and analyse data
  • Experience using large sets of data to develop business strategies
  • Experience working in an analytical Credit Risk environment


  • Up to £65,000
  • Comprehensive benefits
  • Weekly exposure to C-level directors
  • Amazing central London office space
  • Have an impact on a growing business
  • Make a difference to an under-served population


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Credit Risk, Analytics, Strategies, Strategic, Portfolio Analytics, Customer Analytics, Pricing, Acquisitions, Collections, SQL, SAS

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