Senior Credit Risk Analyst

London
£55000 - £62000 per annum + competitive benefits package

Senior Credit Risk Analyst
London
Up to £62,000 plus competitive benefits

Are you looking for a step up in your Credit Risk Analytics Career? This role offers the opportunity to become a Senior Credit Risk Analyst working within a Portfolio Management team who are looking for someone with strong SAS skills to come in and undertake a wide range of analytical activities and become a Credit Risk subject matter expert.

To be successful in applying for this role, it is crucial that you have experience within the Collections and recoveries work space as well as exposure to Mortgage Portfolios.

THE COMPANY

This is your chance to work for a company who are based in the largest financial centre, London and offer a service with their members best interest at heart.

DAY TO DAY RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Senior Credit Risk Analyst within the Portfolio Management team, you will be required to undertake analysis of their portfolios and analyse their key drivers within Credit Risk. You will also be working closely with IRB model inputs by ensuring that their behaviours are understood and work very closely with the Collections and Recoveries team.

Other responsibilities include forecasting and stress testing on Credit Risk Portfolios using SAS and give oversight in regards to reporting and trends in order to provide recommendations.

WHAT THEY NEED FROM YOU

  • Exposure to Mortgage Credit Risk Portfolios.
  • Exposure to working within the Collections workspace.
  • Good understanding of the principles behind Credit Risk Management
  • Highly numerate with good statistical knowledge
  • Excellent SAS skills

BENEFITS

You can expect to earn up to £62,000 plus a competitive benefits package

HOW TO APPLY?

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

KEYWORDS

Credit Risk Analyst - Portfolio Analysis - Portfolio Management - Collections - Recoveries - Mortgage - SAS - Excel - Economics - Credit Risk - Risk Function - Credit Risk Management - Lending

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