Assistant Vice President - Senior Finance Analyst - Valuations
Bank Of America / Merrill Lynch
July 13, 2018
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The APAC Global Valuation Group (GVG) team at Bank of America Merrill Lynch provides valuation and independent price verification (IPV) support to the APAC Global Markets Businesses. We are a cross asset class group however are looking for someone specifically with in-depth knowledge of interest rate and FX derivatives pricing models and their relative characteristics, and their application to both vanilla and complex derivatives including Bonds, Vanilla IRS, Swaptions, CMS Spread Option, Bermudan Swaptions, Quanto Derivatives, etc
Define the methodology for IPV and associated Liquidity/Model/Deal Specific Valuation Adjustments (VA)
Create IPV implementation tool to execute the methodology in line with compliance requirements
Review and Challenge the existing IPV processes conducted by Business Finance and Control (BFC)
Review of material new deals and changes to models and market data configurations
Assist with implementation of strategic projects, such as key risk management and system enhancements and redesigns
Work closely with Traders, Market Risk Management, Model Risk Management, FO Quants, BFC, senior managers on new product, model development, model sign-off etc.
Define Liquidity (covered/non-covered) and create the framework of a given product, risk, or portfolio as appropriate
5 years of Financial Modeling experience or equivalent
3 years of derivatives valuation and independent price verification experience
Working knowledge of MS Office applications including VBA, MarkIT, Reuters, Bloomberg.
Demonstrate ability to interact with personnel at all levels of a Top tier Financial Organization
Desired University degree in Quantitative Finance, Engineering, Mathematics or related technical field. Post-graduate university degree (MFE or PhD preferred)
Computer Programming Skills - Python or other scripting language Bank of America Merrill Lynch is an equal opportunities employer.
Posting Date: 12/07/2018 Location: 2 QUEEN'S RD - CHEUNG KONG CENTER - Hong Kong