Credit and Market Risk provides strong independent oversight and management of the Group’s Credit & Market risk strategy, Credit risk management information, Credit & Market Risk underwriting, as well as strategic oversight and, as appropriate, the management of certain challenged portfolios.
Through our Bristol office, Retail Risk Models UK department builds, maintains, monitors and implements models that predict future customer behaviour and support key decision making. The department consists of seven different analytical teams covering five different disciplines.
Over the two year programme, you would rotate through three distinct areas of activity and gain invaluable experience in a highly competitive marketplace. We need a capable, driven and goal-orientated individual looking to join one of the most advanced areas of the Bank.
The opportunity will allow you to utilise quantitative and qualitative skills in a fast paced innovative environment. This will involve working closely with Senior Risk Managers to support analytical projects that will drive key decisions within the bank. You would also develop your knowledge of multiple financial product lines in both UK and ROI jurisdictions.
We provide comprehensive training to develop your analytical and professional skills that will allow you to realise your talent and take the first steps towards developing a successful career.
As you rotate through the different areas you will experience various responsibilities including;
· Model development and analytical work in relation to assisting/driving lending decisions and assessing portfolio risk
· Maintenance and optimisation of existing models and strategies
· Regular and ad-hoc reporting and analysis into Bank of Ireland’s products providing insightful analysis to the business
· Implementation of changes into systems & decisioning engines used across the bank
The closing date for this application is 31st October.
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