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TD Securities
 

Global Counterparty Credit Analyst

Overview

TD Securities provides a wide range of capital market products and services to corporate, government and institutional clients. The firm works with clients around the world, focusing selectively and strategically on the key financial centers: Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, New York, London, Singapore and Tokyo.

 

At TD Securities, the Global Counterparty Credit (GCC) function is involved with the origination process for trading and credit analysis and recommendation for the credit/derivative facilities. The GCC group enables the various trading desks to transact with counterparties. The group also performs ad hoc reporting and monitoring of the credit risk profile of TD Securities’ clients that are users of a wide variety of capital market trading products.

 

TD Securities offers its U.S. based employees the advantage of working in a highly focused boutique-type operation, while being part of a major global investment dealer. Confidence in our U.S. operations systems stems from the recognition of our in-depth industry knowledge and from our outstanding credit, structuring, research and distribution capabilities.

 

At TD Securities, you will learn the financing business and gain a competitive advantage of your own. You will be exposed to a wide variety of clients, industries, financing structures and products. You will also work in a team environment, honing the analysis skills and experience necessary to be successful in the industry.

 

In This Capacity You Will

  • Assist in the preparation and recommendation of high quality credit submissions relating to new business proposals
  • Conduct appropriate market, industry and client credit analysis with clearly articulated recommendations on credit decisions and appropriate borrow risk ratings
  • Work closely with other product groups, including TDS Treasury Sales and Trading, TD Securities Cash Management, TDS Trade Finance and other business areas of TD to ensure that credit needs are being met
  • Ongoing monitoring of counterparty’s performance and credit exposures, including compliance with authorized credit limits and terms, as well as reporting requirements
  • Identify potential problems requiring attention and recommend appropriate actions to best manage the risks in deteriorating credit situations
  • Contribute to a strong credit culture of the Credit team by raising issues on credit, reputational and operational risks
  • Ensure that credit arrangements adequately balance the risk and return

Qualifications

Undergraduate degree preferably in Business (Accounting or Finance) or Mathematics/Economics, a solid understanding of capital markets and treasury products. Candidates should also exhibit a combination of strong financial/analytical skills and excellent verbal and written communication abilities. Other undergraduate majors will be considered if the candidate demonstrates the necessary skill set. Successful candidates must have the capacity to become adept at financial modelling and be able to work effectively in a team environment.

    December 15, 2017
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