Whilst working at Mizuho bank I researched and developed new Reverse Stress Testing scenarios based on departmental stresses, and creating new FX and interbank rate model; concluded weekly with updates and adjustments subject to meetings. I completed a variety of departmental revaluations daily, often manually overriding data points
I was posted as an Economic Analyst in the Strategy Team, working in the Disability Analysis Division (DAD) on two large projects: the Fulfilling Potential Outcomes and Indicators Framework and the International Comparisons of Disability Evidence Synthesis.
My role at Deloitte involved providing tax consulting services by working with a variety of clients, across a wide range of industry sectors, from large multinational companies to entrepreneurs and other high net worth individuals. My responsibilities were keeping abreast of Tax Law; building quality client relationships; helping clients with practical advice that made a tangible difference to their profits; providing consulting advice on tax structuring; completing and filing VAT returns; liaising with authoritative and legal bodies on behalf of our clients.
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The job involved producing economic reports on supply-side economic growth issues; leading on external engagement with academics and think tanks, in particular organising seminars and roundtables; and producing a monthly round-up of supply-side economic reports.
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