Basel Modelling/Decision Science Risk Consultant

Recruiter
Harnham
Location
London
Salary
£40k - £60k pa + competitive benefits package
Posted
04 Feb 2017
Closes
04 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Basel Modelling/Decision Science Risk Consultant
London
£40,000 - £60,000 plus competitive benefits package

Are you a Credit Risk Analyst looking to make the step up to Consultancy? As a successful candidate you will be involved in the delivery of credit risk analysis projects, using SAS, to major Retail Banks, Credit Card and Debt Management companies in the UK & Europe.

THE COMPANY

The client is a dynamic and entrepreneurial and boutique specialist credit risk consultancy based in London with operations and clients across the UK specialising in credit risk consulting solutions.

DAY TO DAY RESPONSIBILITIES

- Working on Complex modelling assignments as well as owning and leading modelling projects from end to end (Design, Develop and Validate).
- Use AS on a day to day basis to work with big data sets within Financial Services.
- Evaluate the business impact of proposed new model implementations.
- Ensure you are always researching the market for potentially new risk modelling approaches and techniques.
- Engaging with customers and managing a number of key strategic accounts from an analytics perspective.

WHAT IS REQUIRED FROM YOU

- Experience of IRB and Basel II Modelling approaches or Scorecard development.
- Exposure to Capital and Impairment forecasting and stress testing.
- The ability to deliver and present analytical solutions using SAS.
- Knowledge of Risk Assessment methodologies.
- Excellent understanding of the drivers for profitability and the ability to present to stakeholders.

BENEFITS

You should expect to earn up to £60,000 plus company benefits.

HOW TO APPLY?

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

KEYWORDS

Credit Risk Consultant - Consultancy - Credit Risk Consultancy - SAS - IRB - Basel II - Modelling - Scorecards - Scoring - Stakeholder Engagement - Capital - Impairment - Forecasting