Credit analysts assess the acceptable level of customer risk and implement decisions while monitoring and auditing them. Do you have a two-year diploma and basic knowledge of accounting? Find out what a credit analyst does.
Credit analysts assess the acceptable level of customer risk and implement decisions while monitoring and auditing them.
They ensure that a limit has been set on the credit business units grant to each of their customers (risk prevention) and work with BUs on initiatives to improve working capital.
- With the BUs and insurers, ensure that credit limits are coordinated.
- Ensure proper implementation of customer credit procedures and, where necessary, forms of guarantee to reduce risk.
- Inform all the stakeholders (BUs, management, subsidiaries) of specific risks.
- Help BUs to recover due debts.
- Monitor litigation proceedings.
- Manage rates (fees, etc.) and requests relating to agents.
- Thoroughness and perseverance.
- Self-reliance and responsiveness.
- Good people skills and versatility.
- Fluent English.
- Proficiency in SAP and Excel.
Education and experience
Two years of higher education with basic knowledge of accounting.
Finance - Audit - Accounting
The Accounting and Management Control Department produces the consolidated accounts that form an essential part of the company's annual report and registered reference document.