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    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$130,000 - AU$200,000, per year, super + bonus
    • full-time
    Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.Fitch Ratings’ Corporate group provides public and private ratings of companies and their debt instruments, on both the international and national rating scale. Debt instruments include bank loans, senior and subordinated debt, commercial paper and preferred stock. The Corporate ratings analytical methodology addresses the legal, regulatory and market environments in over 100 countries in which Fitch Ratings operates, with particular emphasis on debt structure. Corporates group analysts continually expand and deepen their research, combining industry expertise with the finest analytical tools to offer well-informed and timely judgments. Analysts are readily available and responsive to investors. Through our structure, our people and our process, the Corporates group provides broad coverage and exceptional service. You will take lead analytical responsibility for a varied portfolio of corporate issuers primarily Australian, across Industrials, Property & Real Estate / Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified Manufacturing. You will take the lead in meeting and appraising debt issuers in the sector and then present and discuss your recommendations to a rating committee; you will also be responsible for presenting them effectively and in an incisive manner to external parties. Additional analytical focus will comprise ad hoc sector commentaries, detailed thematic sector research reports and rating actions to events of the day. The role also involves outreach meetings with investors and intermediaries and will entail some travel. The successful candidate will also be expected to support the team as and when required and support the maintenance of regional sector databases and financial models. The portfolio of primary coverage can be around 10-12 entities in total plus back-up analytical coverage on a similar number of rated entities. Experience, Qualifications & Skills:A minimum of 6 years’ experience in credit or analytical role is required in order to be successful; Specific experience within any of the following sectors is required for aspirational Director level candidates: Industrials, Property & Real Estate/ Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified ManufacturingRecent financial modelling experience is essentialFamiliarity in Fitch's criteria and methodology would be highly beneficialMust be experienced and comfortable presenting analysis to and liaising with C-suite executives; and also dealing with media queriesExperience with reviewing legal documentation associated with cross border capital markets issuance is preferredFinancial based professional qualification such as CFA/CPA/CIMA is essential for aspirational Director level candidatesFluent English, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills, are essentialExcellent communication skills, particularly in the context of report writing and oral presentationStrong team player and possess excellent inter-personal skills, with an ability to integrate quickly into an established team and to deal with colleagues and external parties across the Asia-Pacific region.Self-starter. The candidate will be expected to show initiative as well as managing and prioritising his/her time and work both independently and as part of a small teamTo enquire further, please submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our RANDSTAD website at www.randstad.com.au/apply reference 90M0468837. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.Fitch Ratings’ Corporate group provides public and private ratings of companies and their debt instruments, on both the international and national rating scale. Debt instruments include bank loans, senior and subordinated debt, commercial paper and preferred stock. The Corporate ratings analytical methodology addresses the legal, regulatory and market environments in over 100 countries in which Fitch Ratings operates, with particular emphasis on debt structure. Corporates group analysts continually expand and deepen their research, combining industry expertise with the finest analytical tools to offer well-informed and timely judgments. Analysts are readily available and responsive to investors. Through our structure, our people and our process, the Corporates group provides broad coverage and exceptional service. You will take lead analytical responsibility for a varied portfolio of corporate issuers primarily Australian, across Industrials, Property & Real Estate / Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified Manufacturing. You will take the lead in meeting and appraising debt issuers in the sector and then present and discuss your recommendations to a rating committee; you will also be responsible for presenting them effectively and in an incisive manner to external parties. Additional analytical focus will comprise ad hoc sector commentaries, detailed thematic sector research reports and rating actions to events of the day. The role also involves outreach meetings with investors and intermediaries and will entail some travel. The successful candidate will also be expected to support the team as and when required and support the maintenance of regional sector databases and financial models. The portfolio of primary coverage can be around 10-12 entities in total plus back-up analytical coverage on a similar number of rated entities. Experience, Qualifications & Skills:A minimum of 6 years’ experience in credit or analytical role is required in order to be successful; Specific experience within any of the following sectors is required for aspirational Director level candidates: Industrials, Property & Real Estate/ Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified ManufacturingRecent financial modelling experience is essentialFamiliarity in Fitch's criteria and methodology would be highly beneficialMust be experienced and comfortable presenting analysis to and liaising with C-suite executives; and also dealing with media queriesExperience with reviewing legal documentation associated with cross border capital markets issuance is preferredFinancial based professional qualification such as CFA/CPA/CIMA is essential for aspirational Director level candidatesFluent English, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills, are essentialExcellent communication skills, particularly in the context of report writing and oral presentationStrong team player and possess excellent inter-personal skills, with an ability to integrate quickly into an established team and to deal with colleagues and external parties across the Asia-Pacific region.Self-starter. The candidate will be expected to show initiative as well as managing and prioritising his/her time and work both independently and as part of a small teamTo enquire further, please submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our RANDSTAD website at www.randstad.com.au/apply reference 90M0468837. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • full-time
    This leading financial services institution is a world class brand, whose success is derived from providing strategic advice and products to the world's most prominent corporations, governments, wealthy individuals and institutional investors. Their "first-class business in a first-class way" approach to serving clients drives everything they do and they strive to build trusted, long-term partnerships to help their clients achieve their business objectives.This opportunity sits in the Credit Risk team, which focuses on execution of transactions across acquisition & leveraged finance, vanilla and structured loans, derivatives and liquidity and cash management products for a diversified portfolio of institutional and corporate clients as well as ongoing credit monitoring and review work for all client facilities.Key Responsibilities:Proactively manage exposures on a portfolio of institutional and corporate clients;Prepare forward looking credit memoranda, along with necessary financial modelling, to provide risk assessment views on both new transactions and for existing clients and their industries;Track market and industry developments and their impact on clients;Recommend and monitor internal credit ratings;Support senior team members with completing due diligence, structuring and documentation on new transactions;Interact with key stakeholders including client coverage and product bankers; andPrepare and monitor various credit and regulatory reporting requirementsYou will bring:At least four years' experience gained in a credit risk or credit analysis role within institutional, investment banking, or corporate banking;Strong credit risk analysis skills covering both qualitative and quantitative analysis;Good understanding of products across Australian debt markets and derivatives as well as related documentation;Ability to take an active role in identifying key issues/ concerns relating to clients, their industries and transaction structures;Strong written and verbal communication skills;Able to demonstrate good time management and clarity in thinking when dealing with multiple work streams in a fast paced environment;Ability to foster relationships and confidently interact with business lines and other internal stakeholdersUndergraduate degree or post graduate qualifications in accounting, business, finance or a quantitative related discipline.To enquire further, please CLICK on the APPLY icon or contact Kate Breslin in our Sydney office on (02) 8298 3865 or submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our website at www.randstad.com.au/apply. When responding, please quote 90M0468809. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    This leading financial services institution is a world class brand, whose success is derived from providing strategic advice and products to the world's most prominent corporations, governments, wealthy individuals and institutional investors. Their "first-class business in a first-class way" approach to serving clients drives everything they do and they strive to build trusted, long-term partnerships to help their clients achieve their business objectives.This opportunity sits in the Credit Risk team, which focuses on execution of transactions across acquisition & leveraged finance, vanilla and structured loans, derivatives and liquidity and cash management products for a diversified portfolio of institutional and corporate clients as well as ongoing credit monitoring and review work for all client facilities.Key Responsibilities:Proactively manage exposures on a portfolio of institutional and corporate clients;Prepare forward looking credit memoranda, along with necessary financial modelling, to provide risk assessment views on both new transactions and for existing clients and their industries;Track market and industry developments and their impact on clients;Recommend and monitor internal credit ratings;Support senior team members with completing due diligence, structuring and documentation on new transactions;Interact with key stakeholders including client coverage and product bankers; andPrepare and monitor various credit and regulatory reporting requirementsYou will bring:At least four years' experience gained in a credit risk or credit analysis role within institutional, investment banking, or corporate banking;Strong credit risk analysis skills covering both qualitative and quantitative analysis;Good understanding of products across Australian debt markets and derivatives as well as related documentation;Ability to take an active role in identifying key issues/ concerns relating to clients, their industries and transaction structures;Strong written and verbal communication skills;Able to demonstrate good time management and clarity in thinking when dealing with multiple work streams in a fast paced environment;Ability to foster relationships and confidently interact with business lines and other internal stakeholdersUndergraduate degree or post graduate qualifications in accounting, business, finance or a quantitative related discipline.To enquire further, please CLICK on the APPLY icon or contact Kate Breslin in our Sydney office on (02) 8298 3865 or submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our website at www.randstad.com.au/apply. When responding, please quote 90M0468809. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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