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Job Description The Associate Analyst will undertake research and provide technical support to the Default and Ratings Analytics (DRA) team within Credit Strategy and Standards (CSS).
Team The DRA team is responsible for all default and ratings analysis required for management and regulatory reports, as well as research publications.
The Associate Analyst will:
Support senior analysts in data analysis and graphics
Apply data visualization techniques for graphics in research publications
Develop and apply algorithms for data mining
2. Process, clean, and verify data for default and ratings performance research
Collect & Analyze structured/unstructured data on default and impairments.
Enhance existing data collection process including assessing the effectiveness of new data sources and improving data gathering techniques.
Analyze large amounts of ratings and default data to discover trends and patterns
Bachelor's Degree in math, statistics, data science, finance, economics or other quantitative fields with two years relevant work experience or Master's Degree in same fields.
Strong quantitative and data visualization skills
Solid data mining experience with large datasets.
Hands on experience with Python, R, SQL and/or MATLAB.
Experience with data visualization tools such as D3.js, GGplot, Tableau, Flourish etc.
Prior working experience with Bloomberg, Factiva, and Haver data and knowledge of machine learning techniques would be a plus.
High degree of attention to detail.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Team player with the ability to work independently and function in a support role.
Ability to manage own workflow/priorities and meet deadlines
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