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Credit Risk Analyst 
Leadenhall, London 
Role Purpose: Part of the Political Risk & Credit team, our Credit Risk Analyst is responsible for reviewing the credit worthiness of companies globally but with a concentration on the EMEA region. Our Credit Risk Analysts work in partnership with our underwriters to recommend and approve credit limits for our clients. The role encompasses financial, sector and country risk analysis all in relation to short-term trade exposures.
  • Credit Analysis – recommendation of credit limits for large and medium-sized corporates incorporating financial statement analysis and a discussion of other relevant factors in support of each recommendation.
  • Credit Monitoring – keen interest and ability to follow relevant news flow which may impact the credit risk portfolio. Experience with automating news alerts (e.g. factiva) and/or handling large datasets (e.g. from Bloomberg, D&B) on behalf of a team would be a plus. 
  • Compliance – a thorough and diligent approach to recording and maintaining accurate information in Chubb’s systems, including keeping records of all credit decisions and correspondence.
  • Risk Presentations – presenting risks internally to Chubb’s underwriters and/or credit committee as appropriate, either in written or oral form. Delivering credit training presentations to more junior analysts within the team, if applicable. 
  • Client Presentations – accompanying underwriters to client meetings and/or attending client presentations to the insurance market, with ability to participate and discuss specific risks and/or sectors with confidence.
Person Specification: The ability to focus on service to customers is a key requirement and the successful candidate will be able to clearly demonstrate a positive attitude and proactive approach. Strong communication skills are pivotal to the role, including the ability to present complex risk issues confidently.
The successful candidate will be able to assimilate information and process workflow quickly and arrive at decisions promptly without detriment to quality. 
  • 5+ years Credit Insurance industry experience
  • Excellent financial analysis skillset
  • Knowledge of different trade sectors and the characteristics of companies in the sectors
  • An interest in current affairs
  • An understanding of global economics
  • An understanding of political risk
  • Ability to work efficiently under pressure and to deadlines
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team 
  • Degree educated or equivalent professional. 
Please email your CV and a covering letter to
Senior Business Development Manager, 
Commercial UK & Ireland – Regional Sales. 
Office Location 10 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3BE London 
Our organisation: Atradius provides trade credit insurance, surety and collections services worldwide through a strategic presence in 50 countries. Atradius has access to credit information on 200 million companies worldwide. Its credit insurance, bonding and collections products help protect companies throughout the world from payment risks associated with selling products and services on trade credit. Atradius forms part of Grupo Catalana Occidente, one of the leading insurers in Spain and worldwide in credit insurance.
Unit / Team: Located across the UK and Ireland our key responsibility within the Atradius group is to ensure profitable and sustainable growth of the Regional portfolio and to manage customer satisfaction, retention and distribution strategy. 
Within the team of around 100 people are sales, account management, customer service & support, project management and control teams who work together to oversee and implement the Commercial strategy in order to achieve their targets. 
Atradius has its UK and Ireland HQ in Cardiff Bay, and a network of offices throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, so that our customers can be assured of our personal services.
Job description: As the Senior Sales Manager in the Commercial UK & Ireland Unit, based in the London office, you will be responsible for prospecting, structuring and closing UK based Commercial Business. You will be a key entry point into Atradius for the London Broker community and work on a dedicated portfolio of Brokers. You will promote our products to UK based companies and together with the Broker and other areas within Atradius you will be responsible for designing, presenting and negotiating credit insurance deals. Building a strong but productive Broker network is essential and critical to this role.
This is a full-time position (35 hours per week).
Main responsibilities
  • Developing business relationships with a variety of intermediaries; broker and customer, and seeking new ways of driving profitable growth 
  • Responsible for raising awareness of the company in the market place and securing new clients
  • Confident, ambitious self-starter with a desire to succeed in a competitive market
  • A team-player, able to work alongside & with other team members to progress / enhance our offering to provide the optimum solution for our prospects & Brokers 
  • Identification of new prospects, assessment of client needs and selection of suitable / potential clients
  • Designing appropriate policy structures balancing the key risk elements 
  • Negotiating business: either at an individual or board level, also internal negotiating with other departments to gain a competitive offering
  • Has a responsibility to manage relationships and deliver against regional Broker operational plans
  • Strong understanding of Policy structures and an excellent appreciation of negotiating and closing a sale. 
Job requirements:
  • Experience within Credit Insurance desirable 
  • Proven ability to achieve financial targets  
  • Relevant business experience or degree 
  • Right to work in the UK.
What we offer: 
  • A great and challenging place to work - dynamic, transparent and informal. 
  • An environment for our people where they can realise professional growth 
  • Work in a very international working place 
  • Good career opportunities 
  • Attractive terms and conditions: salary in line with market conditions, commission scheme, pension scheme etc.
Interested? Please send your CV and motivation letter to Caroline Bannister, Senior HR Business Partner: Only successful candidates will be contacted. Closing date 1st February 2018.

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