SAS Risk Analyst

Solihull, West Midlands
£30000 - £35000 per annum + bonus

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SAS Risk Analyst
Solihull
Up to £35,000

A great opportunity to support an international bank in their personal finance division. Providing in-depth analytical and strategic support, you will take responsibility for all aspects of fraud.

THE COMPANY

With a large international presence, this bank offer a wide variety of products across personal finance and partner products. They've recently agreed multiple large scale partnerships as they continue to grow their customer base. Employees stay for a long time, reflective of the company's rewarding culture. If you are looking for good career progression, have a risk analytics background, and are skilled in SAS coding, this is a great opportunity to reap the benefits.

THE ROLE

Supporting the Fraud Manager, your role will be pivotal in the prevention and detection of fraud. You will:

  • Carry out complex analysis using SAS coding to reveal developing fraud trends
  • Create new rules to ensure fraud rates remain on target
  • Forecast and monitor results for fraud rates
  • Manage the chargeback policies and MI reporting
  • Liaise with vendors to ensure rules and policies are consistent between the bank and their partners
  • Keep up to date with industry changes and manifest best practices into the risk framework

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • An analytical mindset with experience from Fraud, Credit Risk or Data Analytics
  • Educated to a degree level in Mathematics, Statistics or Engineering subject
  • Strong SAS coding expertise
  • An interest in fraud and financial crime
  • Experience with fraud systems such as Falcon, Hunter, etc. is beneficial

BENEFITS

£30,000 - £35,000
Competitive bonus
Flexible working

HOW TO APPLY

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

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