Credit Risk Analyst


City of London


26 May 2017

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Our client, a global investment management group, is seeking an experienced Credit Risk Analyst to join their London team.
The successful candidate will report to the Global Head of Counterparty Credit Risk and will be responsible for monitoring, analysing and reporting on the models performance.

Your responsibilities will include:

•Conducting regular and ad-hoc credit risk analysis on cash securities, OTC derivatives, Securities Lending and Central Clearing Counterparties

Providing sound and independent written credit opinion on financial institutions acting as counterparties
Performing credit due diligences, analysis and ratings on a portfolio of new and existing counterparties
Interacting with clients, trading desks, operations on transaction approvals
Negotiating credit documents and collateral terms with Legal department and other external parties
Contributing to the development and testing of credit rating, macro-economic and market-condition models

Role Requirements:

•Bachelor’s degree required (in Accounting or Finance preferred)
Previous experience as Credit Analyst in a Bank or other financial institution
Strong understanding of capital markets, financial statement analysis, economic risk factors and varying banking business models
Familiar with application of Through-The-Cycle and Point-In-Time credit models
Have a clear understanding of funding profile risk, illiquid risk assets, consolidating off-balance-sheet assets into bank’s capital structures
Keeping up to date regulation, including centrally cleared derivatives
Strong knowledge of derivative products
Confidence to articulate analyses to a broad range of stakeholders
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