Fixed income Analyst/Assistant to Portfolio manager (Hong Kong Branch)
Bank Of China (Hong Kong) Limited
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 14851934
Bank of China limited first opened its branch office in Hong Kong in 1917. After the listing of BOC Hong Kong (Holdings) Limited, a subsidiary of the Bank, on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2002, Bank of China maintained the branch in Hong Kong which continued to hold a full banking license granted under the Banking Ordinance (Cap. 155) and was registered as an authorized institution under the Banking Ordinance. Bank of China uses this branch primarily to conduct financial markets businesses, which include foreign-currency denominated debt security investment management, issuance of CDs (Certificates of Deposit)/MTN/senior debts, investment of on-shore RMB debt securities, bond underwriting and sales, asset management, off-shore RMB trading, and risk management of the above-mentioned businesses.
Assist the team in daily G3 bond investment, fixed income portfolio management, as well as preparing statistics and reports. Responsible for carrying out risk assessment.
Conduct research based on quantitative analysis, methodology selection, data collection and analysis, back-testing, execution and performance monitoring, with a focus on global rates market, asset-backed securities market, credit bond market and derivatives market including futures, Swaps.
Bond recommendation and investment strategy generation, through relative value analysis, forecast model, credit analysis, implied rating assessment etc.
Forecast market direction and identify market opportunity.
Conduct credit analysis and assess credit risk equipped with knowledge of company developments, including keep tracking of earnings, corporate actions, industry dynamics and other corporate events on portfolio holdings and potential investments.
Bachelor's or above degree in Statistics, mathematics, Physics, computer science, or other quantitative major.
Speaks fluent Mandarin and English. Speaks Cantonese which is a plus.
Advanced PC computer skills and industry software familiarity preferred. VBA application skill is a plus.
Programming skills in any of the following: C++, Java, C#, MATLAB, R, Python or Perl are pluses.
Prior experience developing, researching or implementing quantitative models for relevant product areas is a plus.