Diversified Fixed income Credit Analyst (Investment Grade, High Yield, Emerging Markets)

Boston, Massachusetts (US)
Oct 06, 2017
Nov 05, 2017
Industry Sector
Asset Management
CFA Charterholder
Employment Type
Full Time

Basic Purpose:

To analyze global corporate fixed income securities. Coverage universe will include significant amount of high yield and emerging market issuers. Incumbent will handle complex research and provide fundamental and technical advice to PMs.  Responsible for analyzing and evaluating the creditworthiness of highly complex corporate credit issues using qualitative and quantitative skills.  Incumbent will make recommendations on investments to PMs by means of written evaluation, verbal presentation and discussion.  The incumbent will be given assigned industries on which to focus his/her research and communications with peer group professionals. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for other fundamental and quantitative analyses to support various product and business development initiatives within the group.




Primary Responsibilities:


  • Conduct fixed-income credit-based evaluations independently with minimal oversight by the Head of Investment Grade Credit Research.  Analyses may focus on individual securities, classes of securities and even the development of quantitative decision-making models.  Maintain surveillance of assigned credits through evaluation of periodic financial reporting, monitoring various electronic and written news sources and communication with peer group professionals, external industry analysts, and corporate management.
  • Makes buy, sell, and hold recommendations in the context of current market conditions and portfolio strategy.
  • Prepares insightful written credit evaluations on primary and secondary money market, senior unsecured, and subordinated credit issues as well as preferred equity.
  • Provides input to the portfolio team on top-down credit strategy.
  • Develops and maintains information on credit ratings of global fixed income issuers.
  • Provide quantitative and analytic support to other projects related to current operations as well as new initiatives.



Job Requirements:


  • Bachelor’s degree. CFA designation essential.  Master’s degree also a plus.
  • Minimum of 3 - 5 years relevant investment and analytical experience required.
  • Superior understanding of securities analysis, valuation methods, qualitative, and quantitative techniques.  Experience with structured securities (convertibles, hybrids, etc.) and emerging markets are desirable.
  • Excellent research knowledge, analysis, and decision making skills.
  • Strong math orientation and quantitative aptitude.
  • Advanced PC computer skills and industry software familiarity preferred.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills are essential.  Ability to work well independently and as a member of a team which includes the ability to be flexible and adaptable.


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