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AVP - Credit Risk Analytics

  • Location: New York
  • Salary: $120k+
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: EF/271118
  • Sector: Credit Risk
Job Description

I am currently working with a large bank based in midtown Manhattan who are looking for an AVP in Credit Risk to join a growing team.

The successful candidate will work closely with business managers to understand business reporting requirements and work with large volumes of data to generate insight and effective reporting. You will also be require to take a lead role in maintaining the analytics around the banks’ lending portfolio and conducting the stress tests on this portfolio as required. You will report to senior stakeholder in the business and should be comfortable presenting to senior management on your findings

If you are a risk professional with a strong technical background s and looking for a new opportunity please contact me today for further details.

ef@barclaysimpson.com

646-578-8941

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