Credit Analyst - Risk
Credit Risk Regulatory Analyst
We are recruiting for a Credit Regulatory Analyst to work within a Bank based in London. You will undertake analysis of transactions/counterparties submitted to the Risk Management Department.
Responsible for the business areas for approval and form a credit opinion in a timely manner.
Play an active role in the development, update and review of regulatory processes and reporting (including ICAAP, ILAA and RRP processes)
Analyse transactions/counterparties described in applications submitted by all areas of the bank in order to identify and mitigate risks.
Ensure that internal capital and liquidity adequacy processes (and related systems and reporting) and allied recovery and resolution plans remain current and relevant in the light of the banks changing business requirements and an evolving regulatory framework.
Relationship management of allocated watch list and criticised assets including liaising with third-parties, 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 bank's credit guidelines and process including capital and liquidity stress testing and scenario analysis.
Ensure that all transactions are compliant with policy and procedures.
Production of weekly and monthly credit reports.
Familiarity with credit risk rating methodology and systems.
Well-developed analytical and stress testing skills.
Please get in touch with your CV firstname.lastname@example.org attention of Shaima Nasim.
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