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State Street has multiple openings for quantitative analysts in its Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) division. ERM is responsible for providing global risk management services covering the areas of credit risk, market risk, operational risk, and asset management. State Street is a global company with approximate 29,000 employees and is looking to add to its quantitative staff in Boston, MA.
Quantitative analysts within ERM build models, or conduct independent model validations, in the following general areas: wholesale credit risk, including probability of default, loss given default, exposure measurement, and loan loss reserving; market risk, including daily value at risk, pricing models, counterparty credit risk, ALM risk, and term structure models; and operational risk. ERM quantitative analysts are also responsible for building the Basel II regulatory and economic capital models. Supervisory and non-supervisory positions are available.
Quantitative analysts will work in one or more of the areas listed in the overview section. Typical duties include the following:
- Conducting financial, econometric, and statistical analysis of data
- Developing models to quantify risk or price assets, including derivatives
- Managing large and/or complex data sets using statistical tools and database technologies
- Reviewing external studies and adopting methodologies in those studies to State Street risk areas
- Critically reviewing U.S. Basel and other financial regulations and developing quantitative methods that meet regulatory requirements
- Performing backtesting, sensitivity testing, and stress testing of models
- Identifying and critically evaluating external market data, e.g., credit spreads, for use in ERM models
- Working with staff in the business areas to gain an understanding of business issues and to reflect that understanding in the risk models and methods
- Conducting independent validations of models created by ERM staff or staff in the business areas (independent validations are typically done by staff working in ERM’s Model Validation Group)
- Writing technical documentation
- Presenting results of work to senior management
- Working with the information technology group to document business requirements and to ensure methodologies are accurately implemented in production systems
- Completing ad hoc assignments in the general areas credit risk, market risk, and operational risk
ERM is recruiting for several quantitative modeling positions. The list of qualifications below is long and we do not expect that any single candidate will have expertise in all of the listed areas. If you are interested in working for State Street in a quantitative modeling role and your skills are well aligned with many of the areas listed below, you are encouraged to apply.
oVP-level qualifications: 6+ years of relevant work experience and an advanced degree in one of the above areas (relevant Ph.D. degree can substitute for some of the work experience)
- Degree in mathematical finance, economics, statistics, physics, or a related field
oAVP-level qualifications: 3 to 5 years of relevant work experience and an advanced degree in one of the above areas (relevant Ph.D. degree can substitute for some or all of the work experience)
oOffice-level qualifications: none to 2 years of relevant work experience (Master’s degree is preferred)
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- In-depth understanding of multivariate statistics
- Detailed understanding of a broad range of financial instruments
- Hands on experience in the methods used for pricing of financial instruments, curve construction etc.
- Knowledge of finance and capital markets, particularly for market risk positions
- Experience conducting quantitative modeling for a financial institution
- Knowledge of a statistical or analytical modeling language such as SAS, Matlab, Stata, or S+
- Programming skills in one or more of C++, Java, Perl, or Visual Basic
- Experience working with large and complex data sets
- Familiarity of quantitative risk management methodologies including VaR, stress testing, credit value adjustment, and exposure measurement, e.g., PFE or EPE
- Ability to identify problems where they exist and propose solutions
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Good project management skills and a demonstrated ability to work independently on complex projects
- Experience managing teams of people on technical projects (for management positions typically associated with VP-level hires)
State Street Job ID: 57118
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