Quantitative Analyst, Corporate and Sovereign Lending Models
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Do you have a proven record of driving lasting business impact by developing state-of-the-art quantitative models, applications and strategies? Are you an expert of the market, client needs and best practice application of trading, investment, and risk processes?
At UBS, we re-imagine the way we work, the way we connect with each other – our colleagues, clients and partners – and the way we deliver value. Being agile will make us more responsive, more adaptable, and ultimately more innovative.
We’re looking for a quantitative analyst and regulatory expert to:
• research, design, and implement platforms, analytics, business logic, and models that are quantitative or technically specialized in nature
• Support and ensure compliance with ongoing regulatory initiatives
• collaborate with other quantitative analysts to share insights and develop global analysis frameworks and work closely with cross-functional team members to improve (digital) products and journeys iteratively and continuously
• ensure escalation and disclosure of any information of which applicable regulators would reasonably expect notice
• observe proper standards of market conduct including paying due regard to interests of customers and treating them fairly where relevant
• ensure adherence to applicable regulations and internal policies via effective supervision and oversight with reference to the Principles of Good Supervision when supervising other members of staff
• understand, represent, and advocate for client needs
You’ll be working in the Credit Risk Methodology – Regulatory Excellence team in Krakow or Wroclaw, focusing on providing state-of-the-art credit risk models for UBS Global Wealth Management portfolios. Your main responsibilities will be to develop and maintain our firm-wide credit risk models and ensure compliance to the most recent regulatory initiatives.
Diversity helps us grow, together. That’s why we are committed to fostering and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. It strengthens our business and brings value to our clients.
• ideally 3 or more years of credit risk modelling experience (PD/LGD) within the finance sector
• previous exposure to credit risk related regulatory initiatives
• proficient in programming skills (SQL, Python, R)
• capable of documenting any model development in a clear way
• self-driven, organized and detail-oriented with a solid understanding of banking industry
• a Master’s or PhD degree in quantitative discipline or in economics
UBS is the world’s largest and only truly global wealth manager. We operate through four business divisions: Global Wealth Management, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management and the Investment Bank. Our global reach and the breadth of our expertise set us apart from our competitors.
With more than 70,000 employees, we have a presence in all major financial centers in more than 50 countries. Do you want to be one of us?
At UBS, we embrace flexible ways of working when the role permits. We offer different working arrangements like part-time, job-sharing and hybrid (office and home) working. Our purpose-led culture and global infrastructure help us connect, collaborate, and work together in agile ways to meet all our business needs.
From gaining new experiences in different roles to acquiring fresh knowledge and skills, we know that great work is never done alone. We know that it's our people, with their unique backgrounds, skills, experience levels and interests, who drive our ongoing success. Together we’re more than ourselves. Ready to be part of #teamUBS and make an impact?
Disclaimer / Policy Statements
UBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our workforce.
You are kindly requested to include the following clause in your application: "Wyrażam zgodę na przetwarzanie moich danych osobowych zawartych w ofercie pracy dla potrzeb procesu rekrutacji zgodnie z ustawą z dnia 27.08.1997r. Dz. U. z 2002 r., Nr 101, poz. 923 ze zm."