Support senior analysts in default research and quantitative projects.
Utilize MATLAB, SQL, and Excel to query and manipulate ratings, default, and impairment data and to conduct statistical analysis.
Assist with ad-hoc projects and fulfill internal and external data requests.
Team DRA publishes sector- and region-specific research on MIS' ratings performance and emerging credit trends. DRA also produces critical regulatory reports and provides statistics to rating teams internally to assist in improving ratings quality.
Department CSS oversees the development and review of rating methodologies across MIS. CSS also oversees the application of rating methodologies to the ratings process, is responsible for setting credit strategy, and coordinates with the rating teams to drive thematic research.
Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Statistics, or other quantitative field.
Knowledge of finance, economics, and statistics.
Strong quantitative and analytical problem solving skills.
Team player with the ability to work independently and function in a support role.
High degree of attention to detail.
Ability to manage own workflow/priorities and meet deadlines.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Office and Bloomberg.
Experience with querying languages such as SQL.
Data mining experience with large financial databases.
Experience with MATLAB and/or other programming languages.
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