KPMG - One of the leading providers of professional services, KPMG knows that the success and growth of the firm also depends on the success and growth of the Nigerian economy. Hence, it champions progressive change and makes the future happen for its clients, people and the community, thereby enabling Nigeria's success. The firm is involved in the formulation of economic policies for Nigeria through the Nigerian Economic Summit Group.

The firm has a full complement of 29 partners and over 800 trained and dedicated professional staff; with deep industry skills and competencies in audit, tax and advisory services.

KPMG has worked for clients in the public and private sector in Nigeria and in several other countries, helping to transform business performance and operations.

KPMG is recruiting to fill the underlisted position:

FRM Quantitative Analyst - Excel VBA/MS SQL Access Database

Job Description
The Quantitative Analyst will be focused mainly on developing FRM tools and implementing technology solutions that enhance FRM productivity such as numerical or quantitative techniques to financial and risk management problems
This role will work closely with other FRM staff. This may involve liaising with overseas KPMG personnel
This individual in this role will have the ability grow and progress within the FRM team; they will be afforded continual learning experiences and possess the abilities in the future to advance within the organization as they gain more knowledge and insight.

Your Skills:
Strong technology and model building skills: VBA, SQL required
Abilities to liaise cross-functionally with different groups
Experience working with various business process flows and technologies
Strong finance knowledge preferred

Develop FRM tools and solutions
Expand financial services knowledge
Work on other (than model building) FRM engagements

Bachelor degree; preferably in a numerical/analytical field (First Class or Second Class Upper)
1 to 5 years work experience in technology/model development role
Age Requirement: Analyst (less than 26); and not more than 32 for experienced
Ability to implement programs in VBA or SQL from ground up
Expertise in Excel required
Capable of developing VBA macros
Knowledge of database skills (MS SQL)
Strong verbal and written communications skills required


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