Country Risk Analyst - Sub-Saharan Africa Country Risk Analyst - Sub-Saharan Africa …

Fitch Ratings
à Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Stage, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 04 juil. 20
Fitch Ratings
à Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Stage, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 04 juil. 20
Country Risk Analyst - Sub-Saharan Africa
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Fitch Solutions, a leading emerging markets analysis firm, is recruiting for an experienced Country Risk Analyst , who will focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. You will be contributing to our market intelligence service, providing analytical research for senior decision makers in banks, consultancies, multinational corporations, investment funds and government agencies.

Responsibilities include :

  • Being analytical lead for a portfolio of countries, taking full ownership of all forecasts and historical data
  • Writing research notes on a daily basis, as well as contributing to monthly and quarterly analysis produced by the team
  • Collaborating with relevant industry analysts across global offices to ensure sophisticated, ahead-of-the-curve analysis
  • Thinking creatively, with an ability to formulate forward looking, high conviction views

  • Being client-facing, with the ability to represent the team and deliver views and forecasts in a concise and articulate manner during client engagements as well as at industry events.
  • Being commercially minded and understanding how research and data is used by our clients

  • Helping mentor younger analysts on the team through editing and discussion of forecasts and views
  • Modelling excellence in analytical work and client engagements

Qualifications and experience:

Key skills and experience requirements include:
  • Relevant experience working as a macroeconomic/sovereign risk analyst, including experience writing on GDP, fiscal and monetary policy, foreign exchange etc.
  • Ability to work with and analyse large data sets
  • Familiarity analysing connections between political and macroeconomic risk
  • Experience analysing Sub-Saharan African political and economic risk highly desirable.
  • Ability to cope with time pressure and deadlines
  • Fluent spoken and written English
  • Strong public speaker
  • Excellent and proactive communicator



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