Senior Credit Analyst- Trade Finance experience is desirable
Our client is global Bank with London offices based in the West End. They offer Banking and Asset management services.
Perform detailed credit analysis and periodic reviews of counterparties, provide independent opinion on credit proposals.
Perform stress-tests both on asset management portfolios (including Trade Finance and Asset Backed / Structured Debt) and the Treasury desk book.
Day to day credit risk control responsibilities including, but are not limited to, periodic credit risk report production and investigation of out of tolerance metrics using internal or third party tools.
Interact with Portfolio Managers, Traders and Analysts as needed to understand credit risk appetite, refine analyses and communicate important findings.
Develop credit risk modelling methodologies. This may require the analyst to manually build reports or prototypes to provide proof of concept before tools are implemented in the production environment.
Report on Credit risk profile, methodologies and processes to senior governance forums such as the Investment Risk Committee, Fund Board and Board of Directors, regulators or clients as required.
Assist the Risk team in writing and presenting the Risk framework, policies and procedures and answering clients or prospective clients’ requests
Take part in product development initiatives as a Risk representative.
To ensure you are aware of the risks associated with the processes of the department and the controls used to mitigate those risks.
You are further expected to remain proactive in identifying any further risks or controls that may have an impact or bring added benefit or development on our processes.
Relevant credit risk analysis experience, within banking, asset management or rating agencies.
Knowledge of PD, LGD, EAD, RWA and impairments.
Experience with credit risk system and analytics.
Knowledge of fixed income, currency markets, trade finance, structured debt and credit derivatives such as CDS.
Highly numerate, good understanding of mathematical / statistical and financial concepts.
Knowledge of Regulatory framework such as Basel Regulation preferred.
For further information please contact Stuart Duncan