Senior Credit Risk Analyst

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Birmingham / £40000 - £50000 annum

INFO

Salary
SALARY:

£40000 - £50000

Location

LOCATION

Birmingham

Job Type
JOB TYPE

Permanent

SENIOR CREDIT RISK ANALYST

UP TO £50,000 + PENSION + BONUS

BIRMINGHAM

This world leading bank with a personal finance section in the UK is hiring a Senior Credit Risk Analyst. This is a great opportunity to get some invaluable experience with a big player in this space. The successful candidate will be a self-starter being given great independence in their day-to-day duties working with credit risk strategies.

THE COMPANY

This is a world leading bank that operate in dozens of countries. This specific team is small; therefore they are looking for someone to take on responsibility and be comfortable having the autonomy to work independently and as part of a team.

THE ROLE

The role is a senior credit risk analyst position which will involve designing and delivering credit risk projects.

You can expect to be involved in the following day to day:

  • Design, implement and monitor credit risk strategies
  • Produce some MI
  • Monitor credit risk portfolio performance
  • Work closely with different teams in the business
  • Work on commercial strategies for the business to ensure profitability

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Experience using SQL or SAS
  • Experience working in credit risk
  • Experience working with credit risk strategies or models
  • Good communication skills
  • A strong university degree in a numerate discipline

SALARY AND BENEFITS

  • Up to £45,000 base salary
  • Discretionary Bonus
  • Pension contribution
  • 26 days holidays
  • Discounts

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Shane McWilliams via the Apply link on this page.

CONTACT

Shane McWilliams

Senior Recruitment Consultant

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