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Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries. Fitch Group is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, an industry-leading provider of credit risk products and services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.
Fitch complies with all laws governing employment in each jurisdiction in which it operates, and provides equal opportunity to all applicants and employees. All applications will be considered without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, and other status protected by applicable laws.
Fitch Ratings Global Cross Sector Structured Finance Group is looking for a new credit analyst to join our growing team. This role will be global, but preferred location is Chicago. This person will assume a role in assigning new and existing ratings of structured finance transactions across a variety of new and developing sectors (including but not limited to: royalty payments, whole business and other future flows, solar, container, trade finance and any new asset sector identified), authoring market commentary and related research, serving as a credit committee member in reviewing and assigning ratings and participating in criteria and cash flow model projects.
The Global Cross Sector SF Group has been newly created and its mandate is to focus on new SF asset classes which transcend across various SF sectors as well as other Fitch Rating Groups including corporates, financial institutions, sovereigns, and GIG. The group will focus on actively increasing Fitch's participation within this segment by creating new criteria, elevating its voice through research, and proactively engaging with various market participants including investors, bankers, and issuers.
Bachelor's degree in finance, economics, engineering, or other quantitative disciplines
Credit experience within structured finance or general corporate credit
Strong analytical thinking
Superb attention to detail and time management skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Excellent proficiency in Excel
Working knowledge of structured finance is beneficial
3-7 years of work experience for an Associate Director role
Previous exposure to credit rating analysis or credit modeling a plus
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Analyzing critical credit, legal and structural elements of Structured Finance transaction structures.
Learning new industries
Supporting the creation and maintenance of new rating criteria and communicating this to issuers and investors
Producing quality internal and external written reports including credit committees, special reports and market commentary
Leading and/or supporting research projects
Maintaining assigned rating relationships
The successful candidate for this position must be able to demonstrate skills that will allow for immediate coverage of a diverse portfolio of existing credits and new rating opportunities. Strong quantitative and analytical skills, proficiency in Excel and Word, strong verbal and written communication skills, analytical, organizational, and time-management skills are a must.
Fitch is committed to providing global securities markets with objective, timely, independent and forward-looking credit opinions. To protect Fitch's credibility and reputation, our employees must take every precaution to avoid conflicts of interests or any appearance of a conflict of interest. Should you be successful in the recruitment process at Fitch Ratings you will asked to declare any securities holdings and other potential conflicts for you and your Family Members prior to commencing employment. If you, or your Family Members, have any holdings that may conflict with your work responsibilities, they must be sold before beginning work. In certain roles, employees and their Family Members may be limited to investments in diversified mutual funds only.
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