Credit Risk Analyst – Residential/Commercial lending

  • Market rate
  • London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Saxton Leigh
  • 14 Jun 18 2018-06-14

Our client is a international independent bank with offices based in the West End of London. They are looking to hire a Credit Risk Analyst with a Residential/Commercial lending background.

THE COMPANY:

Our client is a international independent bank with offices based in the West End of London.

 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analyse transactions/counterparties described in applications submitted by all areas of the bank in order to identify and mitigate risks.
  • Relationship management of allocated watch list and criticised assets including liaising with third­parties, as necessary, in order to formulate and implement an appropriate action plan. Act as Level 2 authorised credit signature.
  • Provide the Head of Risk Management and Risk Committee with advice on all credit-related matters, including recommendations on transactions above signature level.
  • Assist with administrative matters relating to the weekly Risk Committee meeting, including preparation of papers and production of the minutes.
  • Assist in the development of the business credit risk guidelines. Ensure that all transactions are compliant with policy and procedures.
  • Production of weekly and monthly credit reports and providing absence cover for daily risk management reporting,
  • Familiarity with credit risk rating methodology and systems.
  • Provide guidance on industry, sector and credit-specific developments relating to the principal business areas.
  • Undertake ad-hoc projects/assignments as required
  • To comply with money laundering policies and procedures and to immediately report any suspicions to the MLRO.
  • To advise senior management and/or Compliance of regulatory breaches.

 

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Strong credit risk background.
  • Knowledge and experience of UK residential and commercial property finance is essential.

 

For further information please contact Marcus Courtney