Assistant Vice President/Analyst
Job Description This is a challenging role where you will provide insightful credit analysis, publish thought leading research, and represent the company in a variety of external venues.
You will be a lead analyst responsible for research and analysis for new ratings as well as monitoring of a specific portfolio of higher education and not-for-profit organization ratings. Responsibilities include: quantitative and qualitative analysis of credit quality, including an assessment of operating, financial, regulatory, governance and management risks. Financial analysis notably includes liquidity, debt and other long-term obligations, historical financial performance and the assessment of future debt repayment abilities.
Key responsibilities include:
- Maintain an in-depth understanding of not only the sector, but also the broader public finance market
- Conduct initial and on-going credit analysis on a dedicated portfolio of higher education and not-for-profit issuers
- Present in-depth fundamental credit analysis on a regular basis to rating committees and other internal analytical meetings to assign and maintain credit ratings.
- Write high quality research on individual issuers as well as on credit trends and other topical issues.
- Participate in regular outreach events such as investor briefings, teleconferences, industry conferences and other third party events.
- Maintain strong relationships with issuers, investors and intermediaries.
- Train and mentor junior analysts.
- Embody Moody's culture of excellence behaviors, including integrity, responsiveness, respect, collaboration, and passion.
- Demonstrated experience of credit analysis or related sector experience, particularly in the higher education, not-for-profit or healthcare sectors
- General understanding of accounting, investment management, and financial analysis. Prefer someone with good understanding of both FASB accounting for nonprofit organization as well as GASB standards.
- Knowledge of the municipal debt markets and an understanding of the key issues affecting these markets.
- Strong quantitative aptitude and proven analytical skills.
- Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
- Master's degree, such as an MBA or MPA , in a related area strongly preferred.
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