ODC/Analytic Data Management-FIG
Financial Data Analysts have a significant input to the ratings and research process by analyzing financial statements and data provided by Issuers.
The FDA uses accounting and finance knowledge and judgment to perform financial statement analysis, adjust reported data per relevant methodology requirements and review and analyze ratios
Responsible for reviewing and understanding financial statements, official statements and other documents related to issuers’ performance
Work directly with ratings and support analysts to explain the data, adjustments and other information needed by the rating team for ratings and research
Frequently liaise with analysts and accounting specialists in order to understand the application of accounting concepts on a particular entity
Create documentation and provide guidance to support analysts and outsourcers
Review, adjust and publish data to external market participants
Regularly interact with Moody's ratings analysts regarding financial and operational data needed for analysis and publications
In addition to regular daily responsibilities, FDAs will have the opportunity to work on new projects such as technology projects, accounting changes, analytic reviews, methodology updates and implementation of process improvements
The team is regularly provided with valuable training classes and interaction with Analysts as part of knowledge transfer and career growth
The FDA position provides a unique opportunity to foster skills that are valuable to any future career in the financial services industry.
B.A. or B.S. degree required; specializations in Accounting, Finance, or Economics preferred
1-3 years of relevant work experience required (can include internship experience)
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products and particularly Excel, such as pivot tables, lookups, etc.
Knowledge or prior experience in analyzing financial statements is required
Knowledge or prior experience in accounting is a plus
Individual must be organized, dependable, able to multi-task and manage priorities, display initiative, and have the ability to work independently in a demanding, fast-paced environment
Strong organizational, communication (verbal & written), and interpersonal skills are required
Candidate must have the ability to quickly transition as priorities change to meet demands
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