PGIM Fixed Income - Senior Quantitative Analyst, Rates
PGIM Fixed Income is a global asset manager offering active solutions across all fixed income markets. The company has offices in Newark, New Jersey, London, Tokyo and Singapore. As of September 30, 2019, the firm has $838 billion of assets under management including $354 billion in institutional assets, $152 billion in retail assets, and $332 billion in proprietary assets. Over 600 institutional asset owners have entrusted PGIM Fixed Income with their assets.
Who We Look For:
In PGIM Fixed Income the Quantitative Modeling and Strategies group covers all major global public fixed income markets, we model credit, interest rate and foreign exchange risk. We work closely with PMs and traders as well as with colleagues in risk management, structured finance research, and the technology solution group.
We are looking for a Senior Quant Analyst to expand and enhance our new and existing analytics framework. Our ideal candidate will build strong partnerships with all our global business partners and will identify and resolve all potential issues in a concise manner. Our next hire will identify this challenge as a unique and valuable opportunity, so if this sounds interesting, then PGIM could be the place for you.
What You Will Do :
- Partner with groups across the organization to identify new initiatives or enhancements related to security and portfolio analytics, performance attribution, and risk management.
- Develop solutions to complex problems and assist in delivering them to the respective business units.
- Assist in ensuring platform quality and encouraging broad adoption across the enterprise.
Skills You Will Need:
- 3 years of professional experience in a Quantitative-based role.
- Broad securities knowledge, covering rates, credit, derivatives, FX and futures markets. Having experience with global markets, high yield or emerging markets is a plus but not required.
- Intermediate ability with at least one of the following languages: Python, R, Java or C .While not a strict developer role, development will be required. The ability to interface with multiple stakeholders from the trading desk to other development teams will be critical.
- Strong problem-solving skills are essential, encompassing technical/implementation issues, as well as quantitative/modelling approaches.
- Strong communication skills.
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