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Google Inc Sunnyvale, CA, USA
23 May, 2018
Experienced Hires
Google's Treasury team is on a mission to optimize the return on Google's financial assets. As a member of this team, you're always looking for innovative ways to help Google invest for the future while limiting volatility and material surprises. In addition to risk busting and asset management, you work collaboratively to administer business insurance programs and stock programs, and provide financial analysis support to our internal teams. You make creative yet calculated decisions that are backed by both experience and your extensive knowledge of the economy and financial industry. The name Google came from "googol," a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business. Responsibilities Conduct fundamental credit research of investment grade corporate debt securities; analyze individual credits as well as trends and themes within assigned industry sectors Make investment recommendations based on relative value assessments and perform ongoing monitoring and analysis of investments Help establish and execute procedures and processes to support the in-house investment grade credit research platform and other Google Treasury teams on projects requiring credit expertise Assist in the implementation of portfolio management tools and systems to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of managing our portfolios Provide ad hoc in-depth analytical and quantitative support for the overall Google portfolio management team Qualifications Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Economics, Accounting or other related field or equivalent practical experience. 5 years of credit research experience with a focus on investment grade corporate strategies Preferred qualifications: MBA and/or CFA Experience covering the financial sector, including banking, insurance, and REITS Excellent spreadsheet, analytical/quantitative and organizational skills, as well as a demonstrated capability of handling multiple ad hoc requests simultaneously Ability to present clear and concise recommendations to senior management Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Google Inc Sunnyvale, CA, USA
23 May, 2018
Experienced Hires
Google's Treasury team is on a mission to optimize the return on Google's financial assets. As a member of this team, you're always looking for innovative ways to help Google invest for the future while limiting volatility and material surprises. In addition to risk busting and asset management, you work collaboratively to administer business insurance programs and stock programs, and provide financial analysis support to our internal teams. You make creative yet calculated decisions that are backed by both experience and your extensive knowledge of the economy and financial industry. Google Treasury has been building a world class global portfolio management organization to efficiently manage and optimize the investment returns on its growing cash balances. You will be a key contributor to the strategic development and growth of this portfolio team. As a Portfolio Manager, you will report directly to the Director of Global Credit. You'll be responsible for overseeing the investment grade corporate portfolio and any external managers. You will be responsible for all portfolio related duties including asset allocation, portfolio construction, portfolio management, performance attribution and trading. You will also contribute to our global asset allocation decisions and participate in Investment Advisory Committee meetings. The name Google came from "googol," a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business. Responsibilities Manage the internal investment grade corporate portfolio. Collaborate closely with in-house credit research team to position the portfolio to reflect Alphabet’s fundamental credit strategy. Collaborate with our internal risk and strategy team to continually develop investment guidelines and strategy. Provide key input and contribute to tactical asset allocation strategies across all fixed income asset classes, and communicate key strategies to senior management. Be responsible for all daily portfolio management activities including portfolio construction, performance attribution, trading, compliance and reporting. Qualifications Minimum qualifications: 9 years of direct portfolio management experience with a focus on investment grade corporate strategies. Experience as a people manager - leading teams and developing junior personnel. Experience with credit analysis/research. Preferred qualifications: MBA degree. CFA certification. Ability to present clear and concise recommendations to senior management. Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Google Inc Sunnyvale, CA, USA
07 May, 2018
Experienced Hires
Google's Treasury team is on a mission to optimize the return on Google's financial assets. As a member of this team, you're always looking for innovative ways to help Google invest for the future while limiting volatility and material surprises. In addition to risk busting and asset management, you work collaboratively to administer business insurance programs and stock programs, and provide financial analysis support to our internal teams. You make creative yet calculated decisions that are backed by both experience and your extensive knowledge of the economy and financial industry. As a Fixed Income Portfolio Analyst on the Liquid Products team, you'll be responsible for sourcing, evaluating and recommending new investment opportunities. Additionally, the team monitors and reviews existing risk exposures, recommends trades, and assists with the operations, accounting and other risk monitoring activities in the various rates-related portfolios. The name Google came from "googol," a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business. Responsibilities Identify value and risk in the rates portfolios (US Treasuries, US Agencies, TIPs, Bunds, Gilts and Canadian and Australian government bonds) at the security and portfolio level. Support the senior rates Portfolio Managers to formulate and manage investment theses and strategy related to duration and curve. Build and maintain business relationships with investment banks, brokerage firms and issuers. Maintain accurate analytics, modeling and valuation of securities. Work with Risk, Compliance and Accounting groups to ensure accurate portfolio information. Work with members throughout Treasury to employ relevant expertise. Collaborate in preparing timely and accurate risk management and investment related reports for senior management. Qualifications Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Economics, Math, Computer Science, Engineering, Liberal Arts or equivalent practical experience. 3 years of fixed income investment experience. Preferred qualifications: MBA degree and/or CFA certification. Excellent credit, finance, economic and technical skills. Self-starter who is team-oriented with an ability to work well with diverse groups. Effective written and verbal communication and organizational skills. Excellent analytical, quantitative and programming capabilities.