Graduates

  • If you’re looking to launch your career in risk analysis or risk management, credit risk could provide a great opening gambit. We look at what you need to know to get started and what's involved in a career in credit risk.
  • For UK candidates wishing to pursue a career in risk, knowing which qualifications could bolster your BSc or BA and practical experience is a helpful step in the right direction.
  • The important thing is to demonstrate a keenness and interest in risk, from education level to any relevant financial internships and of course when applying for your first job in risk.
  • Risk management in 2018 is knowing that technology, automation and regulation are synonymous with your job in risk. Understanding how these affect an organisation’s risk profile is key in as far as staying one step ahead of the evolving business landscape.
  • Technical acumen and academic qualifications may get you through the door, but once you’re sitting across from your interviewer the real work begins.
  • Are you really prepared for your risk management interview? You may have done the research, brushed your teeth and have stellar responses ready to fire back at the interviewer’s questions; but, what about when it’s your turn to do the asking?
  • What does it take to be successful working in risk management? Read on to find out about the top 5 traits of a successful risk professional.
  • With numerous branches of risk operational within the business world, it won’t surprise you to learn there isn’t a generic interview hit list of questions when throwing your name into the ring for jobs in risk management.
  • If you are a graduate looking to get into risk or a professional hoping to make a career change or make a side step, you will want to know what types of risk jobs you can expect to come across.
  • Find all you need to know about getting a job in risk, from qualifications to experience, to which skills are highly regarded in the current risk market.
  • Working in risk has evolved greatly over the years, not least in response to the global financial crisis of 2008 and the subsequent tightening of regulations over banks’ use of public money to salvage their mistakes.