Credit Analyst - Financial Markets
- New York, NY
The Financial Markets Credit group is seeking a talented Analyst to join their growing team in New York.
Join Macquarie and accelerate your career at a forward-thinking, client-focused firm. Professionals at Macquarie work harder and think differently in order to create more profitable outcomes for their clients. By joining Macquarie, you will have the opportunity to work in an exciting, dynamic environment where your contribution is recognized from day one.
Due to the continued expansion of Macquarie's trading businesses in the Americas, we have an opportunity for a graduate with up to two years of experience to join our Credit team in New York with a focus on derivative and fund lending transactions within the Commodities and Global Markets (CGM) division. The variety of work offers unmatched learning and development opportunities working with an established and experienced Credit team.
In this role, you will be assisting with transactions early in the deal process, identifying key issues and coordinating the credit response. Conducting real time, ongoing and self-initiated monitoring of counterparty developments/market changes, reviewing new counterparties (primarily fund counterparties, special purpose vehicles and corporates) and providing recommendations and opinions on establishment of limits is also a function of this role. You will also be responsible for the Annual review of existing counterparty limits and monitoring credit exposures, as well as performing due diligence and negotiation of legal documentation and recommending appropriate mitigants.
Persuasive communication skills (both written and verbal), combined with confidence when being challenged will be necessary in this role as you liaise with the traders/marketers and respond to trading requests. Being a collegial team member who builds open dialogue-based relationships will help you succeed in meeting with existing and potential clients as part of the due diligence process to gain a better understand of the client's financial position and operations.
This role requires a bachelor's degree and qualifications in Finance, Economics, Engineering, or other quantitative disciplines. Experience in fund diligence or broader credit risk analysis and possessing a high degree of ownership, delivery and timeliness are highly desired.
If you have a genuine interest in the financial markets, possess strong numerical and analytical skills, and see yourself as having a high degree of initiative, achievement drive, and an inquisitive nature, apply today.
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About the Risk Management Group
Risk Management Group is an independent, centralized unit responsible for ensuring all risk across Macquarie are appropriately assessed and managed.Its divisions include Credit; Prudential, Capital and Markets; Market Risk; Operational Risk; Compliance; Quantitative Applications; and Internal Audit.
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