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Quantitative Slash Risk Management Jobs

quantitative slash risk management jobs - April 2020

Found 23 jobs
    • Denham, Buckinghamshire
    • £45000 - £52000 per annum
    • Posted 2 days ago

    Role: Project Manager Salary: £45,000-£52,000 Location: Denham, Uxbridge You have the opportunity to join a world leading provider of aerospace safety features. Experience required: +Broad project manager experience +Understanding of engineering disciplines(design/test/manufacturing) +Experience of presentation design, development and delivery i...

    • London, England
    • £40000 - £46000 per annum + Benefits
    • Posted 23 days ago

    We are working with a global insurance organization who are looking for a Data Quality Auditor to work within their London Data Office team to assess risk and review controls over the quality of data used for key business decisions and regulatory reporting. London - Perm role - £46K + benefits Responsibilities: Working with various business and ...

    • City of London, London
    • £400 - £550 per day
    • Posted 24 days ago

    Role: Full Stack Java Developer Location: City of London (hybrid) Rate: £400-550 p/d inside of IR35 Duration: 6-9 Months (Likely September finish) A global investment company and asset manager is looking for a Full Stack Java Developer to join their London team on a contract basis . Experience required: + Experience with Java Core is essential. ...

Also known as quantitative analysts or quantitative risk analysts, this role involves helping organizations make business and finance on the measurable risk found within them, such as the risk vs. reward of certain investment opportunities. 

They do not strictly work with financial risk, either. They may look at all different aspects and departments of an organization, identifying risk, communicating risk policies and processes. As such, their role is often to help companies understand and prevent the financial impact of any one occurrence, to put in place the processes that prevent it, and to mitigate the impact as much as possible if it does happen.