As a Financial Data Associate in the Global Middle Office, you will work closely with Credit Analysts in various business lines and geographies as well as other GMO team members to ensure credit rating actions are published and disseminated in a timely fashion while ensuring compliance with global regulatory requirements and internal control processes. As part of this role, you will initiate credit rating actions utilizing various systems, validate the accuracy and timeliness of information and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
Responsible for application of global regulatory controls (e.g., Dodd-Frank) and internal credit policy requirements are adhered to across the end-to-end credit ratings process
Create and prepare rating actions while ensuring accuracy and completeness of credit rating packages
Validate accuracy and consistency of financial information included in press releases, credit opinions, and other published documentation. Review documentation and information sources to ensure organizations, debts, sales, deals, and credit rating actions are accurately reflected in various systems/databases
Assess credit rating action publications for compliance with local regulatory requirements, accuracy in credit rating information, and appropriate disclosures
Publish credit rating action press releases to Moody’s websites and global financial publication networks
Monitor progress of various activities to ensure timeliness of information publication
Develop deep knowledge of rating assignment process
Continue to develop knowledge of financial instruments, policy, credit rating methodology updates, and any related business practices
Other responsibilities as assigned by management
Undergraduate/first-level degree (e.g. Bachelor’s degree)
1-3 years of experience with debt capital markets (e.g., coursework and/or relevant work experience) with prior experience of financial/legal document review
Solid verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills
Willing to accept new challenges and demonstrate flexibility with last minute changes in commitments and deadlines and has ability to prioritize tasks accordingly
Demonstrates strong knowledge of Microsoft programs including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
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