Credit Risk Portfolio Analyst - SAS/SQL

Posted 8 April by Harnham Easy Apply

A leading retail bank are looking to bring a talented Credit Risk Portfolio Analyst into the team. On top of a generous bonus scheme, you will be involved in leading Credit Risk analytics and have the opportunity to work with some of the best in the business. Well known for their employee satisfaction, they are well known for providing quick development and career progression opportunities.

THE ROLE:

As a Portfolio Analyst you will be:

  • Identifying and developing risk appetite while working with different teams across the business
  • Creating new or improving existing credit risk strategy to optimize and add value to the UK retail and business banking portfolios
  • Evaluating, analysing and leveraging a range of statistical and written information using SAS / SQL
  • Developing appropriate data driven policies and strategies and working with Policy and Governance team to embed effective policies within the product and operations areas
  • Proactively Identifying opportunities to revise policies to enhance product strategy and returns, ensuring the risk appetite is aligned with strategic aims

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Analytical skills and experience working with data at a high level, using programmes such as SAS and SQL
  • Strong knowledge and experience working within a credit risk environment with a good understanding of Retail credit risk processes
  • Excellent Interpersonal skills with ability to communicate to varying technical ability levels
  • Educated to degree level in a statistical or numerical subject
  • Strong analytical skills, ability to digest and interpret complex concepts underpinning Credit Risk modelling and approaches, Ideally using SAS/SQL/Excel

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like the right role for you please apply ASAP using the Apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS:

SAS, SQL, Portfolio Analyst, Credit Risk, London, Credit Risk analytics, Portfolio, R, Python

Reference: 34852343

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