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What’s the role -
The Quantitative Analyst (Americas) role’s primary stakeholders are commercial teams and risk managers located in T&S hubs of London, Houston, Rotterdam, Dubai and Singapore, with global activities. The role focuses on providing pre- and post-deal quantitative analytics to support these teams, in particular covering businesses in the European and Americas’ time zones.
The new Credit Stress Testing & Potential Future Exposure team (PFE team) focuses on the delivery of regular and ad hoc stress testing activities for the Commercial and Risk Management teams. The PFE team also partners closely with the wider Risk and Shell IT teams to contribute to the planning and delivery of risk systems/IT change projects – such as our credit transformation project Global Credit Solution (GCS).
As Quantitative Analyst, you will be responsible for the following duties:
What we need from you -