Emerging Markets Analyst - Financial Markets & Institutions
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
NY-New York City
Full-time / Part-time
Target Start Date
Jan 29, 2013
Target End Date
Mar 31, 2013
The Emerging Markets & International Affairs Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of
supports two of the Bank’s key objectives: fostering international financial stability and expanding international relationships.
Financial Markets and Institutions Function (FMI)
The Financial Markets and Institutions function (FMI) is responsible for analyzing international financial sectors, including such issues as: banking sector condition and performance; credit and funding conditions; systemic risks; supervision and regulation; and associated financial reform and policy issues.
FMI also analyzes debt and equity market developments in countries under coverage, and works on projects encompassing a wide range of international financial issues.
FMI analysts maintain extensive external relationships with members of the financial and official community, and regularly brief and inform senior management on international financial sector developments and policy issues.
-Monitor and evaluate developments in international financial sectors, including the evolution of banking sector condition and performance, systemic risks, supervision and regulation, and associated financial sector and policy issues, with a view toward informing, supporting, and executing Federal Reserve policy and operating decisions.
-Provide analytical support within the Bank and System on international financial sector issues, including via written reports, oral briefings, and financial system reviews in support of the supervision of foreign banking organizations in the U.S.
-Analyze international capital market developments.
-Undertake projects and long-term research on international financial system issues.
Maintain active contacts, including through periodic travel, with financial market participants, analysts and policy makers.
-Master’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Economics or Public Policy with strong training in international economics and finance.
-Advanced analytical and quantitative skills, including the ability to analyze complex international financial, economic and political developments and associated policy issues, and develop sound conclusions in a timely manner.
-Candidates must be able to obtain U.S. Security Clearance.
-Proven ability to provide effective verbal and written analysis on a regular basis, including superior presentation skills.
-Proven ability to balance multiple assignments and meet strict deadlines.
-Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact well with senior management and to develop and maintain market and governmental contacts.
-Advanced proficiency in MS Office Suite and Bloomberg.
-Foreign language skills, familiarity with country risk analysis, and regional expertise strongly preferred.
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