Responsibilities The initial focus in this job will be on data, quantitative and cash flow analysis and will include all or some of the following functions:
Assist in the preparation and management of rating committees and deal reviews by gathering and analyzing data, running models, sourcing analytical information, preparing charts, and helping to prepare required documentation.
Understand and learn how to use complex financial models, spreadsheets and analytical databases.
Work with a team of analysts on various analytical, statistical and data projects. Utilize SQL, Excel, or MATLAB to query and manipulate large data sets to conduct data analysis.
Using VB Script, SQL, C++, and other development tools, contribute to increasing automation and efficiency of the rating and monitoring process through development of macros, tools, and other process optimization techniques.
Develop an understanding of Moody's methodologies to assist analysts in applying them to rating analyses. Analyze transaction documents with lead analysts for the purpose of determining credit risk and ratings
In the future, the scope of responsibilities can grow to include reviewing legal documents, analyzing collateral pools, deal structures, cash flows and third party due diligence reports, using Moody's in-house models, Excel or other models and statistical packages to support a rating opinion or formulate an independent credit opinion towards a presentation to a rating committee. The job provides opportunities to enhance existing analytical models and processes. The candidate is also expected to contribute to research and transaction reports and interact effectively with market participants.
This job description is issued as a guideline to assist you in your duties, it is not exhaustive. Because of the evolving nature and changing demands of our business this job description may be subject to change. You may, on occasion, be required to undertake additional or other duties within the context of this job description according to the needs of the business.
The successful candidate will join our SFG team in New York City, which is responsible for rating Structured Credit, ABS, and other types of transactions.
Department The Structured Finance Group ( SFG ) reviews a wide range of securitization structures, including collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) and asset-backed securitizations (ABS).
Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Finance, Financial Engineering, Statistics or Mathematics.
0-2 years of finance-related analytical experience, preferably involving collateralized loan obligations and other structured credit products.
Strong academic record (both graduate and undergraduate).
Solid Microsoft Excel skills including VBA mandatory. Ability to use MATLAB or R, Microsoft Visual Studio with C/C++ code, Microsoft Access or SQL is a positive.
Knowledge of, and practical experience in, financial/bond markets and cash flow modeling is preferred.
Strong oral and written communication capabilities, ability to manage multiple projects, work closely with others as well as independently to produce accurate, detailed work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment is a must.
Professional, pro-active, flexible, diligent and dependable
Highly organized and efficient, with ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines
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