Graduate Risk Calculation Kernels in Risk Controlling (m/f) Commerzbank AG

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Graduate Risk Calculation Kernels in Risk Controlling (m/f)

Lodz / Poland

You will develop and manage complex calculation kernels supplying the key risk parameters for credit processes across the whole of Commerzbank Group (e.g. loan approval and loan pricing, reporting, risk control, and capital management), as well as the infrastructure and tools underlying the calculation kernels. You will thus work on a central part of the risk IT infrastructure of a large universal international bank. During several months of training you will get to know in detail the tasks for which you will be responsible. Part of the training will take place in Commerzbank’s head office in Frankfurt, introducing you to the structure of Commerzbank and its risk control function and offering you the possibility to meet colleagues from different departments with whom you will work.


  • Very good degree in computer science, business informatics, or mathematics
  • You have already acquired practical and profound IT developing and programming experience in C++ and SQL, e.g. during internships
  • Working experience with Oracle databases, experience with mathematical modelling and /or practical experience concerning collaboration in IT projects are a plus
  • Strong English skills in oral and written communication
  • Strong communicative skills and the ability to work independently and with a high degree of self-responsibility

Commerzbank is a leading bank in Germany and with its subsidiary mBank, also in Poland. With some 1,050 branches, Commerzbank has one of the densest branch networks among German private banks. In total, Commerzbank has approximately 16 million private customers, as well as 1 million business and corporate clients. The Bank, which was founded in 1870, is represented at all the world’s major stock exchanges. In 2015, it generated gross revenues of almost €9.8 billion with approximately 51,300 employees on average.


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