Graduate Business Analyst Role

We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Business Analyst to work for HD Decisions. HD Decisions is an innovative, rapidly growing FinTech company that was acquired by Experian in 2014. HD is unique as it offers a start-up culture combined with Experian’s big company benefits and is a place where employees still have the opportunity to make a real impact on the business.

HD Decisions develop data and technology products for the financial services market specialising in pre-qualification services. Their tools allow price comparison sites to profile their customers and match them to the most suitable products, radically improving the value proposition for their consumers and at the same time increasing their revenue. They also provide direct solutions to the likes of Barclays, Barclaycard, Lloyds Banking Group, RBS and NatWest.

HD are committed to building a diverse team of passionate self-starters to work in an equitable environment where learning and self-development is valued and supported. We work collaboratively to understand colleagues long term career aspirations and to ensure they have the career development and growth they need to achieve these goals. Through personalised career objectives and performance plans, we open up conversations on progression whether this is achieved through mentoring and coaching or classroom-learning environments, we offer rewarding ways in which to learn for those who desire to do so.

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We are looking for an exceptional graduate with a passion for data - to work as a hybrid between Statistician, Business Analyst and Data Analyst.

Here at Experian, we believe that great work deserves great rewards. In return for your ideas, commitment and ambition, we will give you a very competitive base salary and a range of benefits as soon as you join.

On top of your base salary, we offer:

As part of the office, you'll also enjoy:

If you would like to read more, or apply for this role, please click on the link below and apply through Experian.