Analytical Associate Analyst (Graduate) - September 2017 Start
Fitch Ratings is one of the World's leading Ratings agencies and we are inviting applications to our Associate Analyst programme from recent graduates who have a flair for financial analysis with an interest in credit, fixed income and industry analysis.
We have a number of openings across our analytical functions: Structured Finance, Corporates, Financial Institutions, Insurance, Sovereigns, Global Infrastructure and International Public Finance within their respective development programmes.
As an Associate Analyst at Fitch you can expect rapid exposure within a challenging environment. Fitch offers first class training in the form of the Fitch Credit Academy; delivered by our highly experienced analysts as well as internal and external training courses. You can also expect support in attaining further professional qualifications such as the CFA subject to performance. We will train you in the fundamental skills of credit analysis and develop you into an effective credit ratings analyst.
Model Development Team
The recently formed Model Management Team within the Global Ratings Policies and Publishing Group advises the Corporate and Public Finance Groups on model and tool governance. The Model Management Team works closely with the Credit Policy Group to ensure that model and tool use within these groups meets internal and regulatory requirements.
You will have a strong academic track record and be a recent graduate in a numerate subject, ideally related to finance or economics. However, we also welcome applications from candidates from other disciplines such as engineering and sciences. You must have excellent communication skills and be able to deliver clear and concise analysis. Additional fluency in another European language would be an advantage but is not essential.
Rewards & Benefits:
• Competitive salary
• 25 days annual leave
• Medical cover
• Subsidised gym membership
Please complete your application with your CV as well as answering the additional questions.
Due to the volume of response we may only be able to respond to successful applicants.