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|Job Title:||J2429 – Trainee Risk Manager – UK, Richmond / Gtr London – Asset Finance|
|Salary:||£25,000 -£28,000plus excellent bonus and benefits|
|Location:||UK Richmond / Gtr London / SE Eng|
|Job Function:||Credit Risk & Collections|
|Asset Type / Sector:||All Assets / Sector|
|Job Description:||J2429 – Our client is seeking a Trainee Risk Manager to provide effective and high quality administrative support within the Risk management line, to enable the Risk team to minimise response times and maximise productivity in support of the wider business. You will also be working closely alongside the Risk Managers and other areas of the business to build knowledge across the core business sectors, with the primary objective of achieving an entry level sanctioning mandate, enabling the underwriting of micro and small ticket transactions across all asset classes and business types. Salary: £25,000 -£28,000plus excellent bonus and benefits. Location: UK, Richmond / Gtr London.|
Carry out Customer Due Diligence and sense checks on customers and transactions.
The ideal candidate will have experience interpreting and evaluating Risk within a financial institution. However this is not mandatory or limited to the analysis of financial accounts. It may include experience in credit / business analysis through their academic study as well as work experience.
We strongly favour applicants with proven relevant experience in Financial Services; particularly in Asset Finance and Leasing.
|Consultant:||Jane Theobald: email@example.com|
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