PGIM Fixed Income | Rotational Program Analyst

3+ months agoNewark, NJ

PGIM Fixed Income is a global asset manager offering active solutions across all fixed income markets. The company has offices in Newark, New Jersey, Amsterdam, London, Tokyo and Singapore. As of, 9/30/2020, the firm has $946 billion of assets under management including $402 billion in institutional assets, $187 billion in retail assets, and $357 billion in proprietary assets. Over 863 institutional asset owners have entrusted PGIM Fixed Income with their assets.

As a member of our Rotational Cohort, you will be part of a program that is designed to develop the firm's future Investment Professionals and prepare the next wave of Investment Management, Research and/or Product Management talent for PGIM Fixed Income. This Investment Analyst off-cycle role is a three-year assignment designed to rotate among several analytically and quantitatively challenging areas within Fixed Income such as Portfolio Analysis, Quantitative Modeling, Risk Management, CLO Analysis and Structured Product Research. Your first assignment will be in our Leveraged Relative Value sector. In addition, you will participate in our signature learning & development program, PGIM Fixed Income University (PFIU), a classroom and interactive project-based curriculum designed to prepare first year Analysts for their careers in fixed income.

Job Responsibilities:
Build and utilize modeling tools, develop frontier investment technology, hone research techniques and develop data analytics practices across multiple disciplines

Collaborate with senior analysts, risk managers, and portfolio managers to analyze performance drivers, evaluate portfolio positioning and risk exposures, model benchmarks, and analyze technical market data

Gain greater insight and execute on a multitude of investment products and processes, including Portfolio Management, Fixed Income Trading Strategies, Economics and Investment Strategy, Quantitative and Structuring Analysis, and Hedge Fund Management

The role offers growing responsibility as the Analyst's experience and confidence grows

0-3 years of experience in Fixed Income Investments and a demonstrated passion for Fixed Income Analytics

Bachelor's degree with concentration(s) in Finance, Quantitative Finance, Business, Economics, Mathematics or Engineering or commensurate work experience

Strong demonstrated quantitative skills (project experience involving data analysis a plus)

Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment while working on multiple tasks both independently and within a team construct

Maintains high levels of productivity

Demonstrated skills as a team player and is also able to work independently

Experience with MS Excel and other technical data analysis / modelling tools Sql and Python a plus

Excellent verbal and written communications skills Embraces and encourages change and development

Job ID: Prudential-POR00096

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