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Senior/Lead Analyst - Asset Backed Securities - NPL Investments - BFSI (3-10 yrs)
We are looking for resourceful candidates to join our Financial Research team based in the firm's office in Hyderabad, India. This role involves working closely with the firm's Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) team.
WHAT YOU'LL DO DAY-TO-DAY:
- Build and maintain end-to-end financial models, including financial statement/corporate restructuring modeling and liability waterfall/granular portfolio pool modeling
- Undertake financial forecasting, capital structure analysis, covenant analysis, peer group, and industry analysis
- Provide support during live deals and investment research for live opportunities by interacting directly with the onshore Investment team
- Execute credit analysis of European credit markets
- Generate credit investment ideas across products (direct lending, NPLs, structured credit, corporate credit, FIG investing)
- Work closely with internal technology teams in building underwriting platform and supporting and participating in automation projects
WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
The ideal candidate will have:
- A finance degree or equivalent qualification along with four to eight years of work experience in managing distressed corporate debt or ABS/structured credit
- Experience with modeling significant financial transactions, managing data in Excel or python, and data operations
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills; and attention to detail is a must
- Robust analytical skills, the ability to lead a project while working independently with limited direction and guidance, and self-motivation
- Working knowledge of ABS securities, European Non-Performing Loans (NPL), the European high-yield market, or the direct lending markets will be an advantage.
Candidates with the relevant experience looking to restart their careers after a break are encouraged to apply for this position.
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