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Credit Risk Analyst | Commodities and Global Markets

Employer
Macquarie Group Limited
Location
Sydney, Australia
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 17, 2024

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Job Function
Accounting/Audit/Tax
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
Join our Commodities and Global Markets Central Business Credit team as a Junior Credit Risk Analyst, supporting various trading businesses across commodities, equities, fixed income and currencies, and listed futures.

At Macquarie, we are working to create lasting value for our communities, our clients and our people. We are a global financial services group operating in 34 markets and with 54 years of unbroken profitability. You'll be part of a supportive team where everyone - no matter what role - contributes ideas and drive outcomes.

What role will you play?

You will be responsible for all aspects of credit risk management for a diverse portfolio of counterparties trading with us, including the initial and ongoing assessment of the creditworthiness of counterparties. This will involve high quality written analysis, financial analysis, internal credit rating and loss given default determination and making recommendations on the size and tenor of credit limits to approves.

You will also perform annual credit reviews for counterparties in your portfolio, timely recommendations on new trade requests and build strong working relationships with internal stakeholders in the business, legal, middle office and Line 2 Credit Risk.

You will work with these teams to negotiate trading agreements to ensure adequate credit risk mitigants are in place, undertake regular exposure analysis and monitoring, including investigation of any credit limit excesses and perform portfolio risk analysis to ascertain trends and changes in a business portfolio and aggregate risk profile.

What you offer
  • 1-2 years experience in Credit Risk or related experience in a banking or finance environment supporting trading or markets-facing businesses
  • Strong interest in financial markets
  • An analytical mindset and intellectual curiosity, with the ability to manage competing priorities
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Tertiary qualifications in Finance, Accounting, Economics or Law.

We love hearing from anyone inspired to build a better future with us, if you're excited about the role or working at Macquarie we encourage you to apply.

Benefits

Macquarie employees can access a wide range of benefits which, depending on eligibility criteria and location, include:
  • Hybrid and flexible working arrangements
  • Wellbeing and service bonus leave
  • Up to 20 weeks paid parental leave as well as benefits to support you as you transition to life as a working parent
  • Paid volunteer leave and donation matching
  • Range of benefits to support your physical, psychological and financial wellbeing

At Macquarie, we are working to create lasting value for our communities, our clients and our people. We are a global financial services group operating in 34 markets and with 54 years of unbroken profitability. You'll be part of a supportive team where everyone - no matter what role - contributes ideas and drive outcomes.

What role will you play?

You will be responsible for all aspects of credit risk management for a diverse portfolio of counterparties trading with us, including the initial and ongoing assessment of the creditworthiness of counterparties. This will involve high quality written analysis, financial analysis, internal credit rating and loss given default determination and making recommendations on the size and tenor of credit limits to approves.

You will also perform annual credit reviews for counterparties in your portfolio, timely recommendations on new trade requests and build strong working relationships with internal stakeholders in the business, legal, middle office and Line 2 Credit Risk.

You will work with these teams to negotiate trading agreements to ensure adequate credit risk mitigants are in place, undertake regular exposure analysis and monitoring, including investigation of any credit limit excesses and perform portfolio risk analysis to ascertain trends and changes in a business portfolio and aggregate risk profile.

What you offer
  • 1-2 years experience in Credit Risk or related experience in a banking or finance environment supporting trading or markets-facing businesses
  • Strong interest in financial markets
  • An analytical mindset and intellectual curiosity, with the ability to manage competing priorities
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Tertiary qualifications in Finance, Accounting, Economics or Law.

We love hearing from anyone inspired to build a better future with us, if you're excited about the role or working at Macquarie we encourage you to apply.

Benefits

Macquarie employees can access a wide range of benefits which, depending on eligibility criteria and location, include:
  • Hybrid and flexible working arrangements
  • Wellbeing and service bonus leave
  • Up to 20 weeks paid parental leave as well as benefits to support you as you transition to life as a working parent
  • Paid volunteer leave and donation matching
  • Range of benefits to support your physical, psychological and financial wellbeing

About Commodities and Global Markets

In Commodities and Global Markets you will be part of a global business offering capital and financing, risk management, market access, physical execution and logistics solutions to its diverse client base.

Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for a role regardless of their identity, including gender, race, ethnicity, cultural identity, nationality, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex status, marital or family status, neurodiversity, religion or belief, disabilities, or socio-economic background.

If you require adjustments to your working arrangements or the recruitment process, please let us know when applying.

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