Quantitative Finance Analyst

Bank of America - Atlanta, GA3.9

Job Description:
Bank of America is looking for an experienced Quantitative Finance Analyst to join the Global Risk Analytics (GRA) team. GRA is responsible for developing models and analytical tools for the facilitation of Risk and Capital measurement, management, and reporting.

Responsibilities to include, but not limited to, the following:

Provides ongoing monitoring reports for critical consumer credit models for Mortgage, Card, Consumer Vehicle Lending, Deposit Overdraft, etc.
Analyze and summarize results of ongoing monitoring of model performance
Understand and able to provide proactive diagnosis to the model input and output
Evaluates and Analyzes processes and program procedures to identify issues and opportunities
Be able to work independently on projects with strict deadlines.
Interface with a wide audience including peers, senior management, Model Risk Management, model developers, model implementation group, Forecast Administrators, Risk Technology, project managers, Lines of Business.
Other functions the candidate may participate in directly or indirectly are:

coordination and management of key projects
business continuity
Required Skills & Experience

2 years of quantitative finance role
Strong intuition for financial markets and risks
Strong attitude for independent critical thinking
Very hands-on and detail oriented, “can-do” attitude
Analytical ability and problem-solving skills
Ability to liaison with internal team members and other stakeholders in order to enhance current ongoing model monitoring process
Excellent written and oral communication skills at all levels (i.e. colleagues to senior management) and situations (i.e. one-on-one to presentations)
Coding Skills & experience in SQL, Python, LaTeX
Advanced proficiency with Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
Master's Degree or PhD in a quantitative field is required
Desired Skills & Experience

Experience in a quantitative environment and large data is preferred
Risk Management - operations, procedures, and controls
Experience interfacing with audit and compliance professionals
Familiarity with CCAR, CECL, BASEL

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: