Credit Risk Analyst - Dublin (Associate/Analyst - newly qualified)
We have an outstanding opportunity for an Analyst/Associate to join our credit risk team in Dublin, supporting the development of Macquarie's Commodities business. The role will be focused on assessing innovative financing/hedging solutions and analysing a diverse range of counterparties in the metals sector, but will also have exposure to energy and agricultural commodities.
You will use your knowledge and experience to assist with transactions early in the deal process, identifying key issues and co-ordinating the credit response. You will present complex structures in a concise and clear manner, including making recommendations to senior risk management staff. Additionally, you will contribute to the negotiation of suitable legal documentation and trading terms for counterparties, as well as responding timely to new trading requests and undertaking regular reviews of your existing portfolio of credit limits and counterparties.
You will also have active and collaborative engagement with the Business to identify and manage new risks as well as preparing accurate and rigorous written analysis, presenting and making recommendations to senior management.
You will be a motivated professional who has developed strong data analytics skills and ideally have a good working knowledge of credit analysis. Prior experience of working in a commodities environment is considered useful though not essential. Developed interpersonal skills will allow you to work well with various internal stakeholders and participate in client meetings. Lastly, you will be competent in self-direction and working within a fluid environment, with the ability to meet deadlines and thrive under pressure.
If this sounds like you, please apply via the link below.
Macquarie encourages its business units to be innovative and entrepreneurial within defined risk parameters. Risk Management Group (RMG) is an independent unit, responsible for assessing, quantifying and mitigating risks across the businesses. Credit is a division within RMG, alongside Prudential, Capital & Markets, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Compliance, Quantitative Applications and Internal Audit.
The Credit Risk division is responsible for analysing and assessing credit and equity exposures taken by Macquarie, to minimise the risk of loss arising from failure of counterparties to repay loans or honour contractual obligations. Credit is also responsible for undertaking reviews of counterparties and transactions and establishing appropriate limit frameworks.
RMG's principal responsibility is to take an independent view on all of the risk decisions made by the business and approves Macquarie's principal transactions, new businesses and new products. RMG is a key factor in Macquarie's success and is viewed as a valued partner in supporting the growth of all of Macquarie's businesses.
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