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The Credit Analysis team is the Bank's first line of defence sitting alongside CIB bankers to promote an optimal risk / return on the banks' lending opportunities.
Credit analysis is a 40+ team organised into 5 sector teams. Each credit analyst is responsible for managing risk exposure across an EMEA wide portfolio. Analysts work with Front Office teams on live transactions & risk monitoring to identify and mitigate risks associated with the structure, documentation, counterparty, industry and macroeconomics.
Main purpose of the role:
We are looking for an ambitious FI credit analyst to cover a varied portfolio of Banks across developed and emerging economies. Experience of NBFI would also be beneficial.
The credit analyst will perform forward looking fundamental credit calls on live transactions, limit renewals and annual reviews; working side by side with CIB bankers. The analyst completes credit opinions, recommending approval, a neutral stance, or non-approval of the proposed transaction. Transactions are centred on loans, trade finance and derivatives, although other complex products are driven by product teams; the credit analyst will support these transactions.
Updating financial analysis for quarterly and year end results. Actively monitoring assigned portfolio of FIs for potential changes in credit risk. Assign or update internal ratings.
Quickly assess key credit issues, raise salient points to the correct stakeholders and to assess the risk- reward trade off.
Ability to multi-task and manage ever changing and often conflicting priorities; Ability to work with a high level of motivation and initiative;
Work diligently to develop technical skills and industry knowledge related to the role.
Ensure accurate and timely compliance with internal rules and reporting procedures.
As directed support the development of junior staff members assigned to the team.
Extensive experience in fundamental FI credit analysis gained in either a bank, asset manager or rating agency environment.
There should be an emphasis on credit analysis in the context of a transaction or event, or a strong motivation to move into a more transaction driven environment.
Newly qualified ACA's with a background in FIs audit at a big four would be considered for an associate role.
Skills and experience: Functional / Technical Competencies:
Experience of covering FIs in EMEA. Experience of NBFI would also be beneficial.
A good understanding of loan documentation and key credit protections.
Understanding of market risk and ISDA/CSA documents would be preferred.
Languages desirable and ability to work across regions with locally based CIB bankers.
Education / Qualifications:
Degree level and professional qualifications desirable. Either completed or working towards CFA, ACCA, ACA, ACT or similar qualifications would be highly beneficial. There is scope for MUFG to sponsor such professional qualification.
A proactive, motivated approach.
The ability to operate with urgency and prioritise work accordingly
Strong decision making skills, the ability to demonstrate sound judgement
A structured and logical approach to work
Strong problem solving skills
The ability to manage large workloads and tight deadlines
Excellent attention to detail and accuracy
Strong numerical skills
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