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Credit Analyst Emerging Markets issuers #202191
N/A - pending TWWW agreement
We offer you a challenging position in our growing team of Fixed Income Credit Analysts, which focuses on key issuers of debt globally. Your focus is on the smaller, less thoroughly researched Emerging Market issuers with credit ratings mostly in the non-investment grade space.
Your work identifies compelling opportunities to buy or sell securities, which you expect to show meaningful price or spread movement in the near- to medium-term. Fundamental analysis, ESG risks and peer group comparison (relative value) form the basis of your investment opinions. Your analysis will have a direct impact on the issuer selection of portfolio managers. Meetings with issuers, internal and external clients will test your knowledge and ability to analyze and serve the need of various stakeholders.
Your future colleagues
We are looking to expand our team of dedicated credit analysts. You are part of Asset Management Fixed Income, which provides portfolio management services to institutional clients, family offices and UHNWIs. You will be integrated in an international and dynamic working environment. 55 investment professionals of which 13 have global sector coverage or regional market coverage are organized in 7 investment teams and manage about CHF 49bn of assets. Your future team colleagues have on average 18 years of experience as investment professionals, ranging from career starters to senior analysts and portfolio managers.