Converting Data into Market Trust
European DataWarehouse (EDW) is a Securitisation Repository designated by the European Securities and Markets Authority and established in 2012 to facilitate the collection, validation, and download of standardised loan-level data for Asset-Backed Securities and private whole loan portfolios. Developed, owned and operated by the market, EDW helps to facilitate risk assessment and to improve transparency standards for European ABS deals.
Structured Finance Data Analyst (m/f/d)
Native Level Speaker in German
ARE YOU A TRAILBLAZER?
EDW’s team is made up of a diverse mixture of colleagues from around the world. We work as a team to identify and meet the needs of our clients. We strive to build trust in the market and to do so we often go the so-called "extra mile".
Our team is revered for its professional expertise and highly valued by our clients. While English is our official operating language, our international team enables is to be able to advise our clients in more than 16 languages.
We appreciate each other’s unique perspectives, contributions, experiences, and ideas and are all treated equally, regardless of age, gender, religion, or professional experience.
At European DataWarehouse all employees are involved in the decision-making process and team members are encouraged to express their opinions freely. Due to the collaborative nature of the company, we operate with flat hierarchies and an open-door policy.
Great Place To Work 2020
EDW is proud to announce that, following the judgment of its employees in an internationally proven certification process, it has been certified by Great Place to Work® for its experienced employer attractiveness.
The award stands for credible, fair leadership and active employee development. Respect, trust, pride, and team spirit are largely part of the corporate culture.
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Ready to start?
Then join us and send us your complete application including your salary expectation and your possible earliest start date to the following email address:
For any further inquiries please contact Kerstin Krause at:
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 50986 9322