The Methodology Framework Group (MFG) leads the analytical development of methodologies and scorecards and acts as the principal point of contact for R&R in the development process. MFG is split into two teams; MFG-Fundamental team that covers sector and cross-sector methodologies in CFG, FIG, PPIF and Sovereigns and MFG-SFG team for sector and cross-sector methodologies in SFG.
We are looking for a talented and highly motivated individual to join the Methodology Framework Group-Structured Finance within the Methodology Development Group (MDG).
The role will provide a wide range of analytical and some organizational support on projects relating to rating methodology covering Structured Finance asset classes and regions.
This role requires a strong academic background with experience in financial, credit risk, or other quantitative analysis. The ideal candidate for this role will possess strong communication, analytical and organizational skills, demonstrate attention to detail and enjoy working in a collaborative and international team environment.
This AA3 position provides a unique opportunity to foster analytical and credit skills that are valuable to any future career in the financial services industry.
- Demonstrate interest in understanding rating methodologies used by the Structured Finance Group
- Support senior members of the team with projects to ensure timely completion and effective execution
- Collect and analyse asset class related data
- Work with certain modelling tools or models and certain run sensitivity analysis
- Support drafting of presentations and other documentation
- Bachelor’s degree in listed or related fields, in Finance, Economics, Financial Engineering or related quantitative field
- Good knowledge of Excel, VBA, or SQL
- Good verbal and written communication and presentation skills
- Sound judgment and highest ethical standards
- Professional, pro-active, flexible, diligent and dependable
- Highly organized and efficient, with ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines
- Master degree in Finance, Economics, Financial Engineering or related Quantitative field
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