- Raleigh, NC, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- Credit Suisse -
- 24 May 19
Portfolio Analytics Analyst # 131739
A challenging opportunity in a function with the responsibility to build and maintain financial models, and then driving their use and integration of results into the Banks core Planning, Strategy and Capital Allocation processes. Fundamental to this will be driving a more detailed level of transparency and analysis around the core resource constraints within the Group (Capital - regulatory and economic, Liquidity, entity structure etc).
- You will maintain and develop financial models, design scenario and what-if analysis on ad-hoc and regular deliverables.
- You will have financial projects in support of internal plans, top down scenario development including review and challenge of plans. The results of the analyses will be incorporated in senior business partner deliverables including decision support material for board-level meetings and Finance heads.
- You will liaise with business partners across the bank, especially the Risk Division and finance units of the businesses and legal entities.
- You will gain deep insights into the global banking business, understand the financial and strategic positioning of Credit Suisse and become part of a global dynamic team.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
- You have 5+ years of working experience in the Financial Services or Consulting industries.
- You have strong analytical thinking and experience in dealing with complex spreadsheets or quantitative financial models, with knowledge in Microsoft VBA or similar programming a strong preference.
- You are able to communicate well in the verbal or written format, with skill in creating documentation and presentations through the use of Microsoft Office.
- You are agile to deliver a quality product, even with tight turnaround times.
- You are flexible, adaptive and an excellent teammate.
- You have above average university degree, ideally in either finance, economics, business administration or mathematic.