• Competitive
  • New York, NY, États-Unis
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Moody's
  • 22 sept. 17

Vice President – Senior Accounting Analyst

Lieu de travail : New York, NY, États-Unis

?Produce timely and relevant research for Moody's fixed-income investor clients.
?Updates on credit implications of accounting and regulatory developments.
?In-depth comments on broad accounting and financial reporting topics of most interest to fixed-income investors.
?Comments on credit implications of financial reporting practices in specific industries.
?Actively participate in the rating process for financial institution debt issuers by providing Moody's lead analysts and rating committees with analysis on accounting and financial reporting practices and implications for ratings.
?Support Moody's lead analysts in assessing the implications for individual ratings of accounting issues and complexities.
?Analyze financial reporting practices of select high-risk/high-profile companies and assess credit implications.
?Lead interviews of senior corporate officers and directors on accounting and financial reporting issues.
?Contribute to Moody's company-specific credit research.
?Participate and the development and delivery of training for Moody's credit analysts.
?Represent Moody's views in various external forums and with various external constituents, including investors, standard setters, regulators and the press.

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?A minimum of 9+ years of professional experience in accounting / auditing function. Big 4 experience preferred. National office experience desirable.
?Detailed and extensive understanding of current trends in accounting, particularly related to insurance companies and other financial institutions.
?Demonstrated ability to write/publish and to present before professional audiences.
?BA/BS in accounting or finance and CPA/chartered accountant certification required. Advanced degree and CFA certification desirable.

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