Seasoned Business Analytics professional with focused experience in Banking and Financial Services domain for a major US bank in delivering data driven solutions using SAS to clients for multiple geographies.
Banking & Financial Services
B.Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engineering), National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur.
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Work Experience | 60 months
Spearheaded a pilot project with a team of 2 analysts and onboarded the client.
Achieved improvement in the project delivery by initiating cross team meetings, thus reducing gaps in coordination.
Conducted scenario testing for client to meet compliance and capital adequacy requirement within tight deadlines.
Responsible for preparing the functional and business requirement documents as per client request.
Helped client to gain model approval under a strict timeline by working as an individual contributor for model document submission.
Achieved ~300+ man hours/quarter saving, ~80% storage efficiency of & ~70% reduction in delivery time, by reducing redundancies through automation.
Improved process execution turnaround time by ~30% by automating codes and introducing parallel processing.
Recommended and implemented loss extrapolation methods to help client project lifelong credit losses accurately.
Eliminated redundancy and saved time by creating one click automated annual reports, thus enabling team to focus more on generating insights.
Recommended performance definition update by performing statistical analysis leading to marginal cost saving.
Developed a dashboard to show quantitative change of key variables across models allowing comparability and self-explanatory trend for performance.
Conducted detailed analysis of the existing processes and introduced a version control mechanism to avoid duplication of efforts.