Conduct quantitative assessment of financial statements and economic/market data, as well as analysis of legal documents and deal structure.
Conduct initial and on-going credit analysis on more complex financial assets and structures, including new asset classes and structures.
Identify and address relevant legal issues associated with legal documents governing transactions by demonstrating a thorough command of legal documents and guide more junior analysts on key legal issues.
Demonstrate a thorough command of and apply key features of quantitative models in the rating process, including developing excel-based models and use of simulation models.
Identify credit risks and risk mitigators and prepare written rating recommendations.
Formulate a cogent rating rationale and present this rationale in a persuasive fashion at rating committee while leading the committee discussion.
Demonstrate a thorough command of relevant rating methodologies and a knowledge of rating methodologies used by other Structured Finance Group teams.
Maintain a thorough understanding of relevant industry dynamics, competitive landscape and current trends affecting industry participants and represent Moody's to market participants on these topics as a known credible expert.
Explain rating approach issues and rationale both internally and externally and be seen as an industry expert.
Participate in operational reviews and other client meetings to obtain necessary information for analysis.
Actively monitor portfolio, keep informed of market developments and make recommendations for rating transitions in a timely fashion.
Produce timely and relevant research on new structured transactions, or sector related market reviews with limited guidance that are in-depth, high quality, insightful and focused.
Publish at least 4 special comments per year with minimal editing.
Review drafts of special comments prepared by other analysts.
Provide issuers, intermediaries and investors with timely service by responding to issues, meeting requests and discussing reasonable timeframes for services
Manage issuer and intermediary expectations effectively to minimize last minute issues.
Handle investor calls (doing what?)
Interact with media (doing what?).
Represent Moody's by speaking at briefings and outside industry conferences.
Present credits effectively and comprehensively in rating committees and other internal analytical meetings and contribute high quality insight with regard to structured financial instruments.
Coach and develop Junior analysts and support associates.
Mentor all team members with regard to rating structured transactions, handling investor calls and interacting with the media.
Graduate / second level degree (e.g., MBA, Master's) or strong equivalent academic background in relevant areas.
Eight to ten years relevant experience that provides an expert understanding of financial markets and business environment.
Well-developed analytical skills with the ability to collate information into reasoned arguments.
Strong written and oral communication capabilities
Ability to manage multiple competing priorities within deadlines.
Strong abilities in Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Internal Number: 6030885
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