Italian Speaking Credit Analyst

Brampton Recruitment Ltd
£19k - £21k pa
16 Nov 2017
02 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

An exciting opportunity for an Italian speaking Credit Analyst has arisen with our client, a leading Financial Services company who are specialists within their field, on a 12-month fixed term contract. The Credit Analyst will join an existing Credit team assisting with their back-office function.

Job Description:

The Credit Analyst will be responsible for proactively reviewing customer credit limits and analysing customer trading. Other duties of the Credit Analyst may include:

  • Escalating problematic account or any possible fraudulent activity to Managers
  • Applying for increases in insurance cover to avoid customer overtrading
  • Applying for uninsured credit limits in line with company policy
  • Applying account blocks to overtrading customer accounts
  • Maintaining customer account contact records to reflect all actions taken
  • Requesting customer term and credit limit changes
  • Directly contacting customer for information relating to volume and credit limit requirements
  • Negotiate with customers directly to resolve overtrading when required

It would be good to see candidates with:

  • Fluent Italian speaking is essential
  • Demonstrable Credit assessment / underwriting experience is essential
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of assessing company financial statements, balance sheets etc.
  • Strong IT skills

This role would suit people who also have the following experience: Credit Analyst, Finance Analyst, Credit Vetting.

Commutable from: Crewe, Nantwich, Winsford, Sandbach, Congleton, Middlewich, Northwich, Alsager.

Hours: Monday to Friday, 08:30 - 17:00

Salary: £19k - £21k per annum dependent on experience

Brampton Recruitment are an independent Commercial and Accounts & Finance recruitment agency working in partnership with employers spanning Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, Cheshire, and the Greater Manchester region.

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