Senior Pricing Analyst

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    Risk Management

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    £45,000 - £60,000 k

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  • Published:

    almost 3 years ago

This is an exciting opportunity to join a team that partners broadly within the organization and influences the company’s operational, analytic, and financial strategies. Moreover, this role is part of a thriving, pan-European modelling community devoted to using the best elements of applied and theoretical work from statistics, psychology, management science, and behavioural economics to understand the fundamental drivers of consumer financial behaviour.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Generate pricing recommendations, concerning the commercial terms of new contingent business opportunities in the UK, by conducting appropriate analysis and predictive modelling to forecast future net cashflows
  • Partner with Operations to understand portfolio servicing strategies and incorporate the results into modelling and valuation work
  • Serve as an asset valuation and data analysis thought leader, with a particular focus on contingent services
  • Act as a mentor/coach for junior analysts within the department and oversee their work in collaboration with departmental managers

Key Requirements:

  • Undergraduate degree in a quantitative field (e.g., economics, math, physics) from a top twenty institution with at least a 2.1 grade
  • Strong working knowledge of one or more of Base SAS, SAS/STAT, Enterprise Guide, and/or Enterprise Miner
  • At least basic working knowledge of SQL with the ability to write T-SQL, likely obtained through prior work experience conducting data analysis, reporting, querying and data management
  • Advanced proficiency with MS Office, especially Excel (experience with database structures would also be helpful)
  • 3+ years’ experience operating in a related field (e.g., asset valuation/pricing, predictive modelling, credit scoring)
  • Significant experience with NPV calculations, asset valuation and/or cash flow estimation approaches is essential