Position Purpose & Summary
Assisting in the process of determining AR/MTM/Stressing/Volume & tenor limits by originating the necessary limit requests as well as make sure the approved limits are appropriately transferred to the different business systems.
Financials need to be obtained either through a third party supplier or other sources (local chamber of commerce sites for example), and perform financial analysis providing advice on the customer's credit worthiness in relation to the business requirements.
A broad knowledge of the different systems in use by Counterparty risk as well as the business ERPs and applications is needed to perform this role.
The Counterparty Risk Analyst will be participating in the daily credit control process, ensuring no deliveries are made towards high risk customers. The role will be also responsible for obtaining appropriate approvals and providing all necessary information supporting the decision making process.
The analyst will perform regular data integrity checks to make sure the approved limits are correctly reflected in the business systems. Any corrections needed, can be made following this data integrity check. A data integrity report needs to be issued to the relevant Counterparty Risk Leads.
The analyst will perform a first review on received alerts providing customer information (last approved limit, ageing status, risk profile, any other high risk elements), identifying all necessary actions and informing the relevant Counterparty Risk Lead.
The analyst will track validity of existing limits and risk mitigations and will trigger review close to the expiry date.
The analyst will assist the Counterparty Risk Leads in the preparation of month-end reporting as well as ad hoc reports.
Limit request origination, financial analysis & approval
Hold& relase process
Bachelor degree in finance or equal through experience
2 years of experience in a multinational and complex environment
Fluent English (spoken & written)
Excellent Excel skills and affinity with IT programs/tools in general
Independent workerPreferred Qualifications
* Master degree in Finance
* 3 years of relevant experience as Risk analyst
* Professional qualification (e.g. FRM, CFA, etc.)
* Experience in portfolio analysis
* Indepth understanding of risk mitigation solutions
* Good understanding of incoterms and different payment methods
* Keen sense of priorities
* Good presentation skills
In return for your expertise and commitment, we will provide a fast paced stimulating international environment, which will stretch your abilities and channel your talents. We also offer competitive salary and benefits combined with outstanding career development opportunities in one of the largest and most solid private companies in the world.
Interested? Then make sure to send us your CV and cover letter in English today.
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