Financial Data Associate
Job Description As a Financial Data Associate on the Ratings Desk Services you will work closely with various teams across Moody's, monitor and analyze bank loan data at initial and subsequent stage of the rating, conduct in-depth reviews of issuance/organizational documentation, identify market activity. Responsibilities:
- Ensure global regulatory controls (e.g., Dodd-Frank) and internal credit policy requirements are adhered to across the end to end ratings process
- Review, analyze and interpret critical legal, contingency or other provisions within deal documents (Credit Agreements, Term Sheets, Amendment documents, etc.)
- Monitor SEC filing, review and flag subsequent bank loan events (Refinancing, Amendment, Amend & Extend, Re-Pricing, Bifurcation, Add-Ons)
- Where appropriate, determine whether further analysis is required by rating analyst
- Develop in-depth understanding of Moody's credit methodologies, issuer financial instruments, issuer document packages and related business practices
- Gather all required documentation and regularly track news wires/vendors and appropriately flag relevant items / developments related to debt markets.
- Proactive outreach and engagement with Issuers and market participants to secure a comprehensive view of the issuance portfolio
- Promptly and efficiently escalate, identify and research issuance, discrepancies, conflicts, or otherwise and summarize findings for the analyst
- As part of the rating process, associate may interact with issuers, investors and intermediaries
- Provide professional and prompt resolution related to inquiries for both internal and external clients
- Continue to develop knowledge of financial instruments, policies, methodology updates and any related business practices and other tasks/functions as required
- Minimum undergraduate degree (e.g., Bachelor's degree)
- 1-3 years of experience required
- Familiarity with debt capital markets preferred (e.g. coursework and/or relevant work experience) with prior experience in reviewing financial/legal documentation.
- Willing to accept new challenges and demonstrates flexibility with last minute changes in commitments and deadlines and has the ability to prioritize tasks accordingly
- Demonstrates strong knowledge of MS programs including: Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Attention to details, solid verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills a must
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