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- Complete cash flows, ratio and trend analyses, and also create projections
- Examine credit history and financial transactions of every case (e.g. applications, legal documents, balance sheets, statements, etc.)
- Assess the creditworthiness of existing as well as prospective clients
We are hiring a qualified Credit Analyst for determining the creditworthiness of our customers.
What does a Credit Analyst do?
You will be responsible for analyzing financial data for assessing the financial standing of a borrower. In order to succeed in this role, you must have a solid background in Finance and a sound knowledge of all debt regulations.
- At least a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or a related field
- Professional certification (e.g. CPA or CFA)
- Prior experience as a Credit Analyst
- Experience working with financial software and statistical packages
- Experience working with MS Office, especially MS Excel
- Sound knowledge of market risk, legal and compliance-related issues
- Ability to analyze customer strength, cash flows, collateral and leverage
- Strong communication skills and a keen eye for details
- Ability to take sound and quick decisions
- An analytical mind with a problem-solving attitude
- Completing cash flows, ratio, and trend analyses, and also creating projections
- Examining credit history and financial transactions of every case (e.g. applications, legal documents, balance sheets, statements, etc.)
- Assessing the creditworthiness of existing as well as prospective clients
- Adhering to credit policies and guidelines
- Regularly monitoring corporate portfolio asset quality
- Drafting credit information models for the purpose of predicting patterns and trends
- Delivering a multidimensional perspective on the investment outlook in an informative and accessible manner
- Determining the degree of involved risk
- Carefully analyzing data and producing clear and objective reports
- Routinely monitoring loans so as to check their compliance with standards