Risk Underwriter


Website Coface

Hybrid – Flexplace; 2 days onsite, 3 days remote to one of our local offices:

Toronto, Canada


With over 70 years of experience as an international industry leader, and a team of 4,100 experts in 100 countries, serving around 50,000 companies, Coface experts work to the beat of the global economy. Its ambition is to become the most agile, global trade credit insurance partner in the industry. We believe in business as a force for good in the world.

We support our clients everywhere they operate, protecting and helping them take the credit decisions necessary to strengthen their ability to sell on their domestic and export markets. Sharing a passion for trade, we want to collaborate with our clients to build successful, growing and more dynamic businesses. And by helping build stronger businesses, we contribute to the smooth-running of the economy. This is our purpose.


As a member of the Canadian Risk Underwriting team, you will be expected to perform the following:

  • Provide financial analysis of debtors based on information provided by our infoline and on your sectorial and macroeconomic knowledge.
  • Approve credit limits within your individual delegation taking into account policy characteristics.
  • Closely and proactively monitor the Canadian portfolio in order to mitigate losses.
  • Inform and explain credit decisions to policyholders.
  • Support the Commercial Team to retain existing business and develop new client relationship.
  • Coordination with information team to help update risk ratings and information database
  • Liaison/coordination with Coface entities in other countries.
  • Perform industry reviews.

The individual in this position is expected to develop relationships with credit managers and Brokers and to liaise with Commercial, Information, Organization and Claims employees as needed to achieve regional and group objectives. You may represent the company in different occasions: visit clients, prospects, brokers, participate to industry events, conferences.


You have strong analytical skills while being able to complement with positive relationship and communication skills. To be considered you must possess the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or any other discipline with financial, economical, insurance focus. Four-year College degree in Finance.
  • Minimum 1-3 years in a financial analysis role. Working knowledge of credit insurance industry is a plus.
  • Ability to gather and analyze information from various external/internal sources: financial statements, sector and country economic reports, other departments’ data, etc.
  • Ability to manage relationships with both internal and external stakeholders


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