Credit Risk Modelling, Retail Banking | Financial Services

Credit Risk Modelling, Retail Banking | Financial Services

Selby Jennings



07 July 2017

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Our client is a leading Global Financial Services firm with a strong presence in Asia. We are hiring a Credit Risk Modelling AVP/VP to be based in Singapore. This Credit Risk Modelling role will focus on implementing Credit Risk Modelling into Retail/Consumer Banking clients.

Our ideal candidate for this Credit Risk Modelling role should have at least 5 years of experience in Credit Risk Modelling, Predictive Modelling, Scorecard Modelling, IFRS9 or related Credit Risk Modelling roles. We are keen to see Quantitative Credit Risk candidates with experience in impairment modeling, loan forecasting, statistical modeling or who have related quantitative skills.

The main responsibilities of the Credit Risk Modelling role for Retail Banking:

Implement Credit Risk Modelling solutions into Retail/Consumer Banking clients

Handle IFRS 9 model development for Retail/Consumer Banking portfolios; handle stress testing

Handle projects from beginning to end and oversee all aspects of Credit Risk Modelling consulting

Take part in Credit Risk Modelling projects to enhance Credit Risk Modelling process for the clients

We invite all experienced Credit Risk Modelling/Quantitative Credit Risk candidates who are keen on this Credit Risk Modelling role with the Financial Services firm that will focus on Retail/Consumer Banking to please send your applications to us or call Natasha at +65 6589 4410 for a confidential discussion or click on apply below with your applications.
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