Risk Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Credit One Bank
Las Vegas, NV
Closed
Posted 42 Days ago
Credit One Bank
Las Vegas, NV
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 42 Days ago

Description

Credit One Bank Careers Keyword: {{keyword}} Location: {{$parent.googlePlacesAutocompleteEnabled ? location.description : location}} Locations (up to 3): {{$item.description}} {{$parent.googlePlacesAutocompleteEnabled ? location.description : location}} Risk Intern in Las Vegas, NV at Credit One Bank Date Posted: 31/5/2019 Job Snapshot Employee Type: Full-Time Location: Las Vegas, NV Job Type: Experience: Not Specified Date Posted: 31/5/2019 Job Description Position Summary The Risk Analyst, Intern will develop two distinct models for business purposes. The first model will be a new approach for a Pre-Call model tree, the second model will be the new Challenge strategy for single credit card portfolio. The main idea is to bring new attributes to the model tree and change the order of the risk level associated with the account in order to improve the agency collection process. Summary of Essential Job Functions Determine and gather the correct data to create a base needed to build the Pre-Call model tree in SAS Eminer. Determine and gather the correct data to create a base needed to build the new Challenger strategy for the single credit card portfolio model tree in SAS Eminer. Data and documentation accuracy validation. Extraction of development samples and out-of-time samples. Develop various model trees in determination of correct approach as a strategic business proposal. Create documentation in support of all assigned tasks. Additional tasks as assigned. Job Requirements Position Requirements Bachelors degree in related field in progress. Ability to learn concepts of programing in SAS, SQL and Tableau. CHECK OUT OUR SIMILAR JOBS

Skills

sas, strategy, sales, sql, portfolio optimization, tableau, loan portfolio analysis, credit card processing, risk management, derivatives, financial modeling, bloomberg, financial risk management, bloomberg terminal, fixed income

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