Credit Risk Consultant

London
£40000 - £45000 per annum + Competitive Benefits

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Credit Risk Consultant
Central London
c£40k - £45k + great benefits + bonus

Come jopin a well-respected, vibrant consultancy who are gaining widespread recognition across the UK as one of the fastest growing businesses in the UK.

Are you a Credit Risk Analyst looking to be part an extremely exciting brand, getting stuck into hands-on analysis across the full life cycle in SAS and R? This is an ideal role for someone looking to fast-track their career within Credit Risk and expose themselves to some of the biggest challenges with high reward across Credit Risk Modelling and Portfolio Analytics.

THE ROLE:

  • Develop IRB Models for banking clients (PD, LGD, EAD models) using SAS, SQL, R
  • Conduct portfolio analytics across retail lending businesses using SAS, SQL, R
  • Present technical insights and developments to non-technical clients

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The successful Credit Risk Analytics consultant will have the following skills and experience:

  • Educated to a degree level within a numerate discipline (Mathematics, Statistics, Economics)
  • Experience working as a Credit Risk Analyst withinretail banking
  • Strong SAS or R experience, comfortable coding and ideally modelling
  • Keen to develop end to end life cycle experience, with an already strong understanding of one of the following - Forecasting, IRB Modelling, Acquisition, Collections, Portfolio Analysis, New Customer Management, Existing Customer Management, Scorecard Development
  • Confident working with stakeholders, and confident moving into a client facing environment

BENEFITS:

Up to £45,000
Extremely competitive additional benefits
Extra-curricular personal, professional and technical development opportunities

KEY WORDS:

Credit Risk, Scorecards, Models, Application, Behaviour, IRB, EAD, LGD, PD, IFRS9, Decision Science, SAS

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