Credit Risk Analyst - Portfolio Analytics - SAS

London
£35000 - £45000 per annum + Industry Leading Benefits

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Credit Risk Analyst - Portfolio Analytics - SAS
London
£45,000

A fast-growing Financial Service seeking a Credit Risk Analysts to play a key role in a team owning Portfolio Analytics and Strategy development. You'll spearhead the portfolios analytics and strategic initiatives and liaise with senior management and internal teams.

This is the chance play a key role in the performance of the Portfolio through deep-dive analytics, reporting and strategy development using SAS.

THE ROLE:

  • Perform and oversee analysis of an innovative retail lending portfolio
  • Deliver accurate and timely reporting on portfolio performance using SAS
  • Drive insights from data and design, develop and implement strategies for Portfolio optimisation
  • Liaise with internal teams and senior management, having input in Group Risk direction
  • Play a key role in portfolio strategy and direction relating to new and existing products, policies and other strategic decisions
  • Wok closely with forecasting, capital and impairment and acquisitions team to ensure portfolio optimisation

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCES:

  • Achieved a minimum 2:1 in a mathematical degree
  • Strong stakeholder engagement skills required
  • Proven Analytical skills within a Credit Risk environment
  • Experience in a Strategic or Portfolio role for a consumer banking portfolio
  • Experience using SAS or SQL on a daily basis

THE BENEFITS:

  • Up to £45,000
  • Extremely competitive benefits package
  • Opportunity to work with a growing brand
  • Collaborative environment with emphasis on team-wide success

HOW TO APPLY:

Email your CV or use the apply feature on this page

KEY SKILLS

Credit Risk Analysis, Portfolio Analysis, SAS, SQL, Python, Retail Banking, Strategy, Commercial, Acquisitions Strategy, Collections Strategy, Existing Customer Management, Portfolio Analytics, Product Strategy, Model Development

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