Global Research - Fixed Income Research - Analyst
The opportunity is to join the European Rates strategy team as a Research Analyst, with a focus on fixed income markets. Day-to-day, strategists follow the markets closely and identify macro and relative value trading opportunities, ideas, and themes. Underlying this is a constant development process of new models, analytics and valuation approaches. This role will be based in Paris. Our team
The Fixed Income Strategy Team seeks to deliver best in class client-facing research across rates, structured products, municipals and short-term fixed income. We support risk takers and other groups across the CIB, CIO, AWM and CCB as well as a wide range of external clients including the world's leading hedge funds, asset managers, insurance companies, pensions, central banks, and others. We also work closely with partners in technology to incorporate the latest computational and data analysis techniques. Key responsibilities could include:
- Keeping abreast of market developments and assist senior strategists in developing research publications and trade ideas in European rates markets with a focus on inflation and cash markets;
- Acting as rates strategy point person in Paris for the business;
- Implementing statistical modeling and developing/supporting analytics;
- Understanding the macro picture and developing market views;
- Handling client requests;
- Assisting with preparation and writing of research publications and presentations.
- Bachelor or masters/graduate degree in Economics, Econometrics, Finance, or other quantitative field;
- Experience with and/or a strong interest in financial markets and macroeconomics;
- Strong quantitative skills;
- Strong presentation, writing and communication skills;
- An ability to work independently as this role will be based in Paris whilst the rest of the rates strategy team is based in London;
- Some basic/intermediate programming skills (C, C++, VB or Matlab) would be useful;
- Foreign language skill would be an advantage but are not required.