CEOs no longer question the need to embrace technology at the core of their business in order to create value for customers, but 58% still see the rapid pace of technological change as a challenge. So we learn from the 18th annual PwC CEO survey. It’s based on 1,322 interviews with CEOs in 77 countries, conducted between September and December 2014.
The majority of CEOs think that digital technologies have created high value for their organizations in areas like data and data analytics, customer experience, digital trust and innovation capacity. Surprisingly, however, most CEOs point to operational efficiency as the area where they have seen the best return on digital investment.
This is certainly good news and what’s driving the acceleration of the digital transformation of all businesses.
The Financial Services Risk team within the Governance Risk & Compliance (GRC) group at PwC advises leading financial services organisations on a wide variety of risk and capital management issues. These range from regulatory requirements such as Basel III and Solvency II to operational assignments such as defining and setting risk appetite and embedding risk management throughout the organisation. We have significant growth plans and are looking for ambitious and dedicated professional advisors in the area of credit risk quantification: pricing models Value-at-Risk stress testing etc.
a master’s degree or PhD in a mathematical or engineering discipline and a strong interest or qualification in finance
a professional experience of three to five years in mathematical techniques for financial applications
a track record in market risk modelling including stochasctic models in the context of pricing models risk models (such as Value-at-Risk and Stress Testing) data models etc.
preferably an expertise in the related regulatory and accounting areas; it includes Internal Model CVA ICAAP IFRS7 IFRS9 etc.
effective communication and presentation skills and you are a team player
fluency in English; knowledge of Dutch and French is an asset
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Our rapidly growing team of Forensic Technology Solutions (“FTS”) consultants captures consolidates and interrogates massive volumes of structured and unstructured data. The FTS team is part of the Dispute Analysis & Investigations (“DA&I”) group offering services around dispute resolution fraud anti-money laundering software licensing management etc. They provide data-driven expertise in support of complex litigation cases and business issues allowing our clients and their counsel to make informed strategic decisions. Your primary role will be to leverage your strong technical and managerial skills on a variety of data mining projects. As a Data Mining Consultant within our Forensic Technology Solutions team you will:
document IT architectures to identify all relevant sources of information
forensically obtain data from computers servers and mobile devices ensuring the evidential integrity of the data is maintained
perform forensic analysis data recovery and normalisation of data in preparation for review by investigators or legal counsel
write SQL (or other) code to aid data cleansing and interrogation
perform quantitative analysis and syntheses of complex transactional data
consult with clients on business issues often explaining complex technical concepts to non-technical people
draft reports and presentations to explain our findings
research new data mining products tools and techniques
a strong academic background in engineering statistics or computer science and associated courses such as artificial intelligence
at least 4 years of relevant experience
an exceptional analytical aptitude including the ability to work on accounting data
a high level of enthusiasm energy and personal integrity
a strong desire to learn innovate and find new and better ways of doing things
the ability to work both independently and in teams
the ability to prioritise tasks and work to extremely tight deadlines
a concise and clear communication style
Moreover you have an interest and technical expertise in several of the following:
Oracle PL/SQL or Microsoft T-SQL query languages and associated technology
statistical analytical skills using SAS R Python social network analysis or clustering techniques neural networks genetic algorithms and predictive modelling/decision trees
data visualisation using tools such as R Processing Tableau Inkscape or Flare
text mining relevance ranking document clustering or sentiment analysis
reverse engineering of ERP systems or datasets
packages such as Pentaho RapidMiner Weka and Microsoft SSAS & SSRS
programming or scripting in C# .NET Perl Python and PowerShell
An added bonus would be if you have applied the above concepts to the areas of fraud detection or prevention.
We have this opportunity at our Brussels office. In addition to a competitive salary supplemented with attractive fringe benefits we offer you a multidisciplinary environment with challenging career prospects continual education and on-the-job training.
At PwC, we provide industry-focused audit, tax and consulting services to public and private clients in Belgium and internationally. We help organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for by working hard every day, using our experience, industry knowledge, business insights and network to give our clients a distinctive experience. In Belgium, we employ about 1500 people in our offices in Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent and Liege.