Credit Risk Modeller - IRB - SAS
Up to £60,000 + Benefits
Interested in a Credit Risk Modelling position within a large financial service where you will have responsibilities within a number of Credit Risk areas including helping them achieve IRB Compliance? This role will involve you using your SAS skills in being called upon to provide the judgment on analytical and data solutions, provide drive and influence as well as be responsible for the execution of any models you and your team produce.
WHO WILL YOU BE WORKING FOR
You will be working for an international financial services provider who is engaged within personal banking, credit cards as well as corporate and investment banking and wealth management.
DAY TO DAY RESPONSIBILITIES
Your key accountability's working as a Credit Risk Modeller will be to apply advanced statistical or technical methods in the development of models and be aware of IFRS9 requirements for all developments. On top of this it will be really important that you show initiative when overcoming challenges and you will be required to pro-actively suggest solutions and improvements.
You will be required to communicate outputs of analysis clearly with other team members and business contacts and be recognised as the expert in forecasting with an appreciation of other areas of Credit Risk.
WHAT IS REQUIRED FROM YOU
- Undergraduate degree in a highly analytical discipline
- Experience of forecasting and modelling within a Credit Risk environment
- Proven ability to work well within a team, using your own initiative instead of the need for supervision
- Knowledge of IRB Modelling is desirable
- Practical experience is the use of SAS
You should expect to earn up to £60,000 plus a competitive benefits package
HOW TO APPLY
Please register your interest by sending your CV via the Apply link on this page.
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