- Performance Data – Performance Attribution analysis, Return by Sector
- Shock Analysis – Interest Rate, Redemption, Credit Spread.
- Perform various sensitivity analysis, performance attribution, trend analysis, etc.
- Maintain and enhance analysis tool and tool package to identify and measure risk factors in various stages of the risk management
- Implement various run-time-reduction techniques for projection models
- 4+ years of experience in a quantitative role involving sensitivity analysis, risk management and/or mathematical modeling.
- A degree in a technical or quantitative discipline such as statistics, mathematics, physics, or computer science with strong academic record.
- Demonstrated analytical problem-solving skill and experience tackling in-depth research projects
- Strong computing and programming skills with experience in Python (strongly preferred), SQL, MATLAB, R, C++, etc.
- Ability to work independently
About Harvard Partners, LLP, Trusted Advisors to IT:
Harvard Partners is a management consulting firm focused on helping companies more effectively leverage their IT investment. We engage with the C-Suite and Technology Team to help them better understand their IT infrastructure and process in order to align the technology strategy and organization to reach the firm’s strategic business goals.Some of our practices include:• Program/Project Management and "PMO as a Service"• IT Assessments• Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery• Optimized Infrastructure• Concierge Managed Services• Data Center Strategy, Transformation, and Migration• Cloud Management Programs• Security Assessments and Remediation• Staffing, technical & tacticalWorking with the client’s staff, vendors, and consultants, we deliver supportive and collaborative engagements where direct dialog, simplified reporting, productive meetings, and clear responsibility and accountability encourage active participation resulting in consensus-based business outcomes.
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