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Credit Risk Analyst - SAS - Watford, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, WD171


Credit Risk Analyst - SAS
Up to £45,000 + Competitive Benefits + Training

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for a numerate analyst with proven SAS skills to be fast tracked into being a key player within this high performing analytical team of Credit Risk Analysts. Development of your Credit Risk Portfolio Analytics and Modelling skills will be prioritised; learning from industry leaders and using the most relevant and advanced tools and cutting edge Analytical and Quantitative techniques. If you're looking to develop upwards and have the chance to make a real commercial difference from the start whilst gaining exposure to all aspects of Credit Risk Analytics this is an opportunity you should not miss out on.


Sitting within a vibrant team, you will work alongside experts in the Credit Risk space. You will be part of a fast growing portfolio, performing analysis to identify trends as well as having a part to play in the creation of integral Credit Risk Strategies and Models. You will manipulate and analyse data with SAS on a day to day basis, and be thought how to use cutting edge analytical and statistical techniques that will be a true game-changer for your CV and your career.


  • Experience coding in SAS in a porfessional environment
  • Strong interest in Finance or Credit Risk
  • Quantitative postgraduate education preferred
  • Educated to a degree level within a numerate discipline (mathematics, statistics)
  • Experience performing regression analysis preferred
  • Interested in developing modelling and scoring skills


  • Unique training and learning opportunities
  • Work with industry leaders
  • Competitive benefits package including pension and bonus
  • Up to £45,000
  • 10% bonus


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Credit Risk Analytics, Credit Risk Modelling, Scorecards, Lending, Finance, SAS, R, Python, SQL, Quantitative, Regression, Portfolio Analytics, Portfolio Strategies, Collections Strategies, Acquisition Strategies