Corporate Credit Analyst Corporate Credit Analyst …

BSM Group
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 19 Aug 19
Up to £75,000
BSM Group
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 19 Aug 19
Up to £75,000
A leading Rating Agency based in London are currently recruiting across their Corporates group for a number of different portfolios.

They are currently looking for Credit Analysts with experience of covering a selection of the following corporate counterparts:

  • Aerospace
  • Airlines
  • Auto Manufacturers
  • Building Materials
  • Capital Goods
  • Construction
  • Defence
  • Electricity
  • Gas
  • Industrials
  • Media
  • Paper and Packaging
  • Regulated networks
  • Shipping
  • Technology
  • Telecoms
  • Transport
  • Utilities
  • Water

Responsibilities

  • Analysing transactions to provide high quality credit opinions to investors and other market participants
  • Implementing appropriate default and cash flow modelling
  • On-site review of transaction servicers/originators
  • Preparing rating proposals for presentation to internal rating committees
  • Communicating rating rationale to investors and other market participants through presale reports, presentations and meetings
  • Analysing asset characteristics and structural features of the transactions
  • Contribute to research and criteria development

Requirements

  • A strong educational background and ideally some relevant experience in credit analysis.
  • Knowledge of or a background in covering a portfolio of Corporate counterparts
  • Strong numerical / data management skills
  • The capacity to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and be a good team player
  • The ability to cope with time pressure and deadlines
  • Demonstrable excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Fluency in another European language is advantageous

If you are interested in a conversation please apply today.

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