Prepare 17g-7 reports by summarizing representations and warranties and enforcement mechanisms available to investors in asset back deals and comparing it to benchmarks
Periodically revising benchmarks to incorporate standard representations and warranties
Working closely with other teams at Moody's to incorporate the reports in other published research
Working closely with credit analysts mostly in the US in sourcing documents for reports
As needed, assisting credit analysts in their ratings work with other legal issues, subject to office's primary task of publishing representations and warranties reports
The Department / Team: The Ratings & Research department
JD required with at least 3-4 years of law practice experience in structured finance practice
Strong analytical orientation
Excellent verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills a must
Ability to work under time pressure a critical factor while balancing multiple priorities
Strong interpersonal skills
Highest ethical standards
Professional, pro-active, flexible, diligent and dependable
Ability to adapt to changing market conditions and business environment
Being able to work autonomously
Strong sense of urgency, and a pro-active "can do" approach
Ability to work on own initiative, without the need for close supervision
Highly organized and efficient, with ability to multi-task and able to meet tight deadlines
Sound judgment capable of developing independent opinion and defending own views
Attention to detail
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