#12589 | 2018-11-22 Stockholm, Sweden

Expert Banking Business Analyst - IRB_TRIM_BCBS

For one of our banking clients we are looking for a self-driven and proactive Business Analyst who has previously work experience from the Scandinavian banking sector and in specific from the credit risk data area.

Particularly, knowledge of:
IRB (Internal Ratings-Based) and Basel II framework as well as data quality requirements and their practical applications in the context of TRIM (targeted review of internal models) and/or BCBS 239 regulations.

Hands-on programming skills are a bonus, but most importantly, that you have a good understanding of credit risk data and banking in general.

Your tasks will include:
  • analysing results from data quality monitoring reports
  • identifying and prioritising potential issues found
  • perform root-cause analysis of the found issues
  • propose solutions to the issues
  • document all steps of the process
  • effectively communicate with relevant stakeholders
  • drive relevant activities and collaborate with the team.


Start: ASAP
Duration: 3-4 months
Work location: Stockholm, Sweden
Requirements: Min. 5 years of professional IT experience.
Job type: Freelance

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