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Senior International Economist, Fixed Income

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Salary Competitive
Type Permanent
Location London
Sector Credit & Risk Management
Job Reference T55/TXH/29767
Contact Tim Holbrough
Date posted 07-09-2018

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

o Develop frameworks to track and anticipate change in economic activity (including growth, inflation, corporate profits). The tracking of the business cycle provides the foundation for developing and articulating views on monetary policy.
• Synthesize and summarize relevant high-frequency economic data into a framework to facilitate capital allocation.
• Build frameworks to anticipate changes in the key drivers of the intermediate-term (6- to 18-month) outlook.
o Perform topical research as dictated by economic and financial market developments
o Communicate views, forecasts and research results both orally in firm wide meetings and in written communication
• The economic team’s business is to develop views and to build conviction about economic outcomes against an inherent uncertain environment.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES / SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS
Required:
• Strong academic background (M.Sc, Ph. D) from a premier academic institution within a quantitative field (Economics, Finance, Maths or similar).
• Practical experience: Minimum 10 years of practical experience with economics/financial markets analysis from either an official organization (central bank, ministry of finance, supranational organization) (preferred) or from another financial markets institution.
• Strong understanding of data analysis
• Some programming skills a definite advantage (R, other).
• The role requires independent and original thinking. The successful candidate is self-motivated, has an entrepreneurial spirit and is intellectually curious.
For applications or enquiries, email Tim.Holbrough@BRUINFinancial.com

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