In business protection and enablement, quantitative risk refers to the numerical analysis or rating of a project. Plainly speaking, it’s the measure of risk through numerical values. Quantitative risk analysis is used to obtain objective, accurate and concrete results. Unlike the more subjective qualitative method of risk analysis, the quantitative approach delivers cold hard data.
When planning any kind of business project, taking a quantitative approach to risk analysis is always a good idea. It should be used to ensure that no aspect of the process gets overlooked, enabling you to successfully plan your project from end-to-end. Quantitative risk analysis jobs can be found in countless industries all over the world, from construction to banking and everything in between. In business protection and enablement, they play a key role in developing reliable processes and metrics to ensure that companies remain compliant, sustainable, and effective at all times.
In finance, quantitative risk analysis is a vital part of everyday business. In order to make sure that financial products are legal, safe and effective, they must be subject to thorough risk analysis. If you’re hoping to secure your business interests for the future, you’ll likely need the help of some reliable business analysis at some point, and that means you’ll need to hire the right people for the job.
Quantitative analysts command incredibly large wages around the world, partly due to their high demand, versatile skillset and breadth of experience in mathematics, finance and business. The median quantitative analyst salary in the UK is £86,968, according to the data on Indeed’s website, but that number increases to £104,906 for the senior positions.
We’re at a tumultuous time in world history – amidst the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the looming recession, the emergence of transformative technology and the global talent shortage, businesses everywhere are struggling to attract and retain talent. When hiring for highly specialised roles like quantitative analysts, these factors (and plenty more) can prove to be a real stumbling block on the road to success.
If you’re in the market for a risk analysis professional, or you need to build an entire risk function from scratch, Broadgate is here to help.
We have a vast amount of experience in hiring quantitative risk talent for companies all over the world. We can pinpoint talent from our extensive community network, effectively widening your reach and tapping into a much larger pool of candidates, allowing you to fill niche jobs without sacrificing your precious resources. The hiring process can be extremely testing for a business that’s experiencing high growth, particularly if you can’t get it right the first time.
Here at Broadgate, we use a people-first, community-led methodology to match the right candidates with the ideal opportunity.Our specialist consultants have a deep knowledge of risk analysis in the recruitment market, enabling us to ensure that every CV that reaches you is suited to your hiring needs.
If you’ve got any questions about our recruitment solutions, please reach out to the team at Broadgate today, we’re here to help your business (and your people) thrive.
Business Enablement and Business Recruitment specialists in London
London has firmly positioned itself as the Fintech capital of the world. Not only does the city boast more fintech funding than New York (around $140 billion), but it’s hope to the largest number of fintech companies anywhere. The 1,886 fintech businesses employ approximately 44,000 people, making it a competitive space for those wishing to thrive in one of the world’s most exciting industries. It's not just fintech that’s booming in the big smoke – countless sectors in the world of business protection and business enablement are growing substantially.
Dubbed as the business capital of Europe, London has the biggest tech market (over 250,000 people work there) and one of the strongest economies globally. The city is rife with opportunity for anyone searching for jobs in finance, legal and compliance, transformation and change, accounting and audit, and risk and analytics, to name just a few. Due to the higher base-level salaries that the city commands, it’s popularity, investment opportunities, and many other deciding factors, the talent market can be extremely difficult to navigate.
Here at Broadgate, our specialist consultants been delivering recruitment solutions in London since 2015, and in that time, we’ve worked with many of the world’s biggest brands. Our Broadgate London team is currently based in Farringdon, a haven for business, food, and the arts. While we wholly embrace the best of flexible working, we know that positioning our physical presence in the heart of the action is still crucial to success in today’s world.
London’s has a unique advantage in the business world due to its time zone. It overlaps with a host of other financial markets, and for a global-facing company, leveraging this advantage is a must. If you’re looking for jobs in London, or you’re hoping to source the top business protection and business enablement talent for your own business, then Broadgate are here to help.
From junior compliance roles, all the way through to executive-level finance jobs in London, we can source talent for incredibly niche positions, and we use a community-led hiring methodology to do it. Our vast talent network, combined with our people-first philosophy, enables us to access the widest possible candidate pool. In a talent-short market, turning to the services of a third-party recruitment agency can help you save a huge amount of time and money. In the realm of business protection and business enablement recruitment, getting your hiring right the first time is essential.
In London, a bad hire can end up costing your business over £50,000, but if you’re hoping to fill the top senior positions, this number can increase significantly. By outsourcing your hiring function to a dependable partner with a proven track record, you don’t have to worry about scrambling to find talent.
If you have any questions about our hiring processes, our community partners, our past projects, our impact report, or our DEIB (diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging) methodology, please get in touch with the team today, we’re here to help. We may have started our journey in London, but we’ve since expanded to open offices in Manchester, Los Angeles, Zug, Dublin and Boston, enabling us to fully extend our global reach and source the best candidates from around the world.