One of the world's most highly respected advisory franchises, J.P. Morgan's fundamental and quantitative research has earned top rankings in surveys by Institutional Investor. We provide thoughtful and differentiated fundamental analyses on sectors and companies, actionable ideas and thematic insights that empower our clients to make well-informed investment and strategic decisions, bringing clarity to complex situations.
You will work with our partners in both sales and trading to provide comprehensive client coverage, including fulfilling client requests for market updates and market intelligence. Research is fast-paced, demanding and intellectually stimulating. We look for candidates who possess strong accounting, finance, quantitative and business writing/communication skills, as well as modelling, forecasting, and valuation experience.
As an Analyst in Credit Research, you will help to conduct and facilitate industry analysis and company-specific coverage. Responsibilities
- Core research ranging from dissecting earnings releases and regulatory filings to assessing relevant news events;
- Modelling financial statements and industry dynamics;
- Performing detailed valuation work;
- Writing research notes and sector pieces, with a quick turnaround time;
- Speaking to internal/external clients and management teams about the companies/sector.
This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including:
- A passion for the markets and interest in industry specific coverage;
- Strong written and oral communication skills;
- Experience in buy-side or sell-side research, investment banking, accounting, financial journalism or another analytical role;
- Advanced level of proficiency in Excel;
- Basic level of proficiency using Bloomberg or a similar analytical tool;
- CFA/accounting qualification, or progress toward these are a plus;
- Some level of expertise on ESG-related issues/themes a plus.
This role encompasses the performance of regulated activity. The successful candidate will therefore be subject to meeting regulatory requirements in the assessment of fitness, propriety, knowledge and competence (as assessed by the Firm) and (where appropriate) approval by the relevant regulatory authorities to carry out such activities.