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Undertake analysis, for a broad list of developed market financial companies, focusing on company fundamentals, ESG risks, and structural/technical risks that can impact credit quality, and in turn credit pricing.
Based on your research outcomes, you will provide relative value recommendations (position signals) for all companies covered.
Represent the credit process to external parties, and to work to continuously improve the global credit process over time.
Continuous monitoring of credits under coverage will also be carried out, including analysis of quarterly results, corporate releases and news flow.
The Credit Analyst will undertake timely analysis and communicate any material changes in credit profile to the investment team based on perceived priorities.
Frequently involved in client meetings, new business presentations, and other external sessions, for which communication and presentation skills are required.
Be able to evaluate (and act on) new issuance opportunities in a timely manner.
The Credit Analyst will liaise with any of sell side analysts, sales coverage, traders, ratings agencies or issuer management to facilitate fundamental credit analysis.
Develop relative value analysis skills to enable rounded recommendations encompassing both credit and relative value. These skills will be applied to generate investment recommendations.
Work closely with the team's portfolio managers and analysts to ensure full coverage of appropriate developments in key holdings.
Background & Experience
Have a demonstrable track record of Credit Analyses from with an Asset Manager.
A minimum of seven years of experience in investment grade credit analysis with a history of covering European banks and financial companies, with relevant relative value credit experience.
A strong fundamental analysis background to include financial analysis, evaluation of industry fundamentals, management/strategy assessment, ESG risks, ability to question company management, among others.
Ability to assess the relative value of IG bond investment opportunities through the evaluation of risk-reward factors, legal structure, capital structure, bond covenants, technical/fundamental drivers, and the value of other issuers within a certain industry.
Broad and diverse knowledge of the European banking sector is needed.
Hold a high degree of integrity and level of confidence and professionalism in all dealings with internal and external stakeholders.
Able to articulate their opinions on a credit, and any related investment recommendation of that credit, to PMs of different products by written and oral means.
Proactive and self-motivated, with an ability to work with minimal supervision and take initiative to challenge the status quo.
Able to communicate effectively and quickly, both orally and in written form.
Strong attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
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