Assists in portfolio monitoring and credit analysis by working closely with the Ratings and Research (R&R) US Public Finance Group Local Government team.
The AA3 role provides an opportunity to make a significant contribution to the success of the Ratings & Research Support (RRS) and Ratings & Research teams, by providing a range of analytical support services that contributes to the overall credit analysis function performed by these teams. Those projects include preparing for Rating Committees and Portfolio.
Reviews by gathering data, preparing charts and financial models and applying Moody’s methodologies. The AA3 also helps with drafting press releases, credit reports and other research to form a holistic view on municipal credits in preparation for the AA2 role.
This AA3 role will focus primarily on the Public Finance Local Government Team and there is potential for cross-training in supporting varying asset classes and methodologies, in other LOBs, as part of career progression. The role provides the opportunity to build and maintain relationships with key contacts from various departments across the firm (e.g. press desk, production, financial writers, data analysts, etc.).
The role requires a solid accounting background with strong focus in financial analysis. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate their ability to work effectively in a team environment. The ideal candidate for this role will possess strong organizational skills, demonstrate attention to detail, and enjoy working in a collaborative team environment.
The AA3 position provides a unique opportunity to foster skills that are valuable to any future career in the financial services industry. This will be an internally facing role, reporting into the RRS Team Manager.
Perform preliminary credit analysis to support ratings, research, analytical outreach and presentations, with potential exposure to more high-profile subsectors or issuers, under the principle direction of the RRS Team Manager. Examples of analytical work include:
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Moody's Investors Service (MIS)
Line of Business
The Ratings & Research Support department is responsible for producing analytical inputs in support of Moody’s Ratings and Research function. In addition, this department will provide support for surveillance requirements and partner with R&R to provide the necessary support for issuer and investor interactions.
Credit Analysis & Research
Job Sub Category
Credit Rating Analysts
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