Bank of America Consumer Product Strategy Analyst III - Client Protection in Plano, Texas
Consumer Product Strategy Analyst III - Client Protection
Newark, Delaware;Belfast, Maine; Plano, Texas; Addison, Texas; Richmond, Virginia; New York, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chandler, Arizona; Chicago, Illinois; Kennesaw, Georgia; Phoenix, Arizona
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The Client Protection organization is hiring a analyst for our Fraud Prevention team. This analyst will be responsible for the following:
Drive analytics to develop fraud mitigation rules, carefully striking the balance across fraud risk, client impact, operational costs and revenue implications
Proactively managing fraud risk by urgently responding to immediate threats while keeping an eye toward future risks, vulnerabilities, and changes to the fraud landscape
Consistently challenge the status quo to find opportunities to develop and refine our fraud policies and procedures, working closely with the business, operations, and policy partners
Responsible for performing more complex analysis and modeling for multiple products with the goal of maximizing profits and asset growth and minimizing risk and operating losses and/or other financial and marketing exposures. Develops complex program models to extract data and uses multiple databases to acquire statistical and financial data. Utilizes portfolio trends to propose policy/procedural changes within segmentation structure to produce optimal results. Excels at risk/reward trade off. Build relationships with external agencies. Participates in the rollout of company-wide pilot programs developed as a result of programmed models. Duties primarily include the regular use of discretion, independent judgment, the ability to communicate with multiple levels of management and the utilization of core leadership behaviors. SAS and/or MicroStrategy experience preferred; 2-5 years experience preferred.
Previous risk analysis, strategy development, or related experience.
SQL/SAS Coding knowledge and/or experience.
Ability to build and maintain relationships with line of business leaders and multiple stakeholders throughout the organization.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects in a complex and rapidly-changing environment.
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
Excellent time management skills.
Intellectually curious and willing to dive into complete issues\problems and solve.
3+ years of risk analysis, strategy development, or related experience.
3+ years of SQL/SAS Coding experience.
Advanced Excel capability
Bachelor’s degree, ideally in a quantitative discipline such as mathematics, statistics, economics, business, engineering, finance or operations research
Experience with Python and usage of more advanced analytical, visualization and data extraction tools (H2O, HUE, Pig, Spark, Hive, Tableau) is strongly preferred.
1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:
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