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Development of Asset Management analytics across all portfolios and asset types Maintenance and on-going development of models used to review / analyse performance, refine key assumptions, re-forecast cash flows and update valuations Monitor and analyse credit and servicer performance of portfolio investments, including adherence to forecasts and key covenants tests where applicable Deliver analytics to support optimisation of performance, aimed at improving returns as well as managing risks where applicable Monitor and assist in the preparation of internal and investor reports
Investment Analysis and Transactional Support
Build financial models to assess the value and evaluate risk of potential investments, incorporating asset-based cash flow and credit risk analysis Prepare investment analysis, including asset level analysis and risk-based simulations for presentation to internal and external constituents Assist in wider market research and source external benchmark data
Qualifications and Experience:
University graduate in an analytical / mathematically / computer science related subject with a minimum of a 2:1 pass. Minimum of 2 years' experience working in an analytics function preferably in a financial institution. Significant experience using R to interrogate large datasets and undertake complex behavioural analysis. Hands-on experience designing, building and implementing statistical models to predict complex behaviour is preferred but not essential. Familiarity with Microsoft technology (SQL Server) & Microsoft Works – Excel, Word, PowerPoint is preferred.
Highly motivated and resilient, capable of managing changing priorities. Adaptable and proactive with a desire to make a difference. Excellent interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication skills with unquestionable attention to detail. Focused, hardworking with the ability to work to tight deadlines / under pressure with minimum supervision in a fast-paced environment. Strong quantitative and analytical skills - ability to quickly analyse data to identify key insights and apply them to the business