The individual will be primarily responsible for analyzing the quantitative, structural, legal, and credit aspects of CLOs and other corporate asset securitization transactions, producing publishable research, and undertaking special projects intended to enhance Moody's analytics and research. The candidate will be expected to lead rating committees and offer his or her analysis of the potential credit impact of the terms of the transaction documents and conduct appropriate market dialogue around transactions credit analysis.
Act a lead rating analyst for cash flow CLOs and other corporate asset securitization transactions. Model cash flows and analyze transaction documents for the purpose of determining credit risk and ratings
Communicate with clients, including arrangers, issuers, investors, and outside legal experts
Represent the team in operational reviews, issuer and investor meetings
Write publishable research, including transaction-related reports, articles and in-depth reports on credit issues affecting the industry
Master's degree in economics, statistics, applied mathematics, financial engineering or related quantitative field and some work experience or bachelor's degree in economics, statistics, applied mathematics, financial engineering or related quantitative field and at least 3 years of experience as a structured finance analyst or in related occupation involving credit analysis for structured finance transactions
Knowledge of and work experience in CLO transactions is a must
Knowledge and some working experience understanding various legal documents for structured transactions
Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
Strong modelling skills and ability to perform cash flow analysis using analytical tools
Sound judgment and highest ethical standards
Capable of developing independent opinions and defending own views clearly and succinctly
Highly organized and efficient, with ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines
Strong team work skills and work well with colleagues with different viewpoints
Ability to work on own initiative, without the need for close supervision
Master's degree is desirable but not required
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