Bank of Ireland's latest Re-Imagining Risk Analytics event in Trinity College on February 27th highlighted how Risk Analytics is changing to suit an evolving industry and what you need to know to be successful in the field.
We had a great panel of speakers from Bank of Ireland, as well as industry speakers from Accenture and Deloitte. There was some great debate between the speakers, as well as an engaging panel discussion and Q&A.
Thank you to all participants and attendees for making it another interesting evening of insights and conversation. For any of you that could not make it on the night, look out for more great events coming soon.
For those of you interested in pursuing a career in Risk Analytics with Bank of Ireland, you will find our open roles listed below.
There are currently no jobs matching this criteria
"The successful delivery of Bank of Ireland's Core Banking System transformation programme depends on us delivering advanced risk analytics to support automated customer journeys. I’m excited by the opportunity to be part of this transformation."
Head of Decision Science
"The Capital Change Programme represents one of the largest regulatory change programmes in Bank of Ireland since the introduction of Basel II. It's a fantastic time to join and be part of an analytics team delivering real change to meet new regulatory expectations."
Head of IFRS 9 & IRB Modelling
"We want colleagues who truly embrace and live Bank of Ireland's values, and who have an interest in, or experience of, being part of a project or other change initiative"
Head of Capital Change Programme
Bank of Ireland is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. In the UK, Bank of Ireland is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland and the Prudential Regulation Authority and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Details about the extent of our authorisation and regulation by the Prudential Regulation Authority, and regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority are available from us on request. By proceeding any further you will be deemed to have read our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement.
© 2020 Bank of Ireland