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Role: Credit risk model development
Job Location: Bangalore/Mumbai/Pune
Experience- 2-6yrs

Job Description:
* Actively be a part of Model Development
* Creation of support material for review of model by clients internal senior business partners and modelers
* Perform any all analysis pertaining to model development process
* Review code as necessary
* Documentation Review (replication of charts and clear tracking of content)
* Candidate needs a minimum 2-3 years of experience in Model Development within Credit Risk area of banking domain
* Should have good knowledge SAS, SAS macros
* Good background of Statistics and knowledge of Finance would be added advantage
* Candidates should be a Statistics or Economics major or candiates with Engineering background with prior experience in Credit Risk modeling
* Candidates with prior experience in Wholesale or Retail Credit Risk Modeling will be preferred

If interested to take this opportunity forward would request to share across updated resume along with following details and we shall get in touch with you to take it forward.
Total Yrs. of Experience
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Toral Mehta
Talent Acquisition Group
Mailto: toral.mehta@tcs.com
Tata Consultancy Services Limited
Website: http://www.tcs.com


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