Credit Risk Architect - Basel III

Nityo Infotech
London, UK
Closing date
27 Oct 2020

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Our client in London have a contract role for a Credit Risk Architect - Basel III, the ideal candidate must have:
  • Experience working in relevant market context, ideally including one or more of Lending, Credit Risk, or Credit Approvals
  • Experience of modern architecture applying APIs, micro services, data foundation, advanced analytics and leading Cloud Providers PaaS and IaaS capabilities
  • A track record of translating business needs into strategy, architecture and executable roadmaps and leading architecture in support of a significant portfolio of change.
  • Experience of making complex design decisions with authority, even in times of ambiguity, balancing advancing strategy, immediate business needs and potential long term risks and implications
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to solve complex problems at scale
  • Built effective networks internally and created opportunities for others to work collaboratively
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills; an ability to communicate with impact, ensuring complex information is articulated in a meaningful way to wide and varied audiences including senior executives, business, architecture governance bodies and IT delivery
  • Ability to work globally and across cultures
  • Act as a SME on the design and implementation of technology solutions to meet the needs of the Basel III regulations on a tactical and strategic basis spanning all Risk sub-functions.
  • Act as the architecture SPOC within Risk and for other functions to ensure appropriate and strategically aligned solutions that cross-cut across functions and regions
  • Work with the Risk CDO to ensure that the Global Risk technology strategy supports the Risk data strategy
  • Be a champion for pragmatic and sustainable cloud adoption and re-platforming onto Google Cloud
  • Contribute towards making the Risk IT Communities of Practice for Architecture, DevOps and tooling effective and self-sustaining. Drive a culture of blogging and sharing to re-enforce this.
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