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Financial Analyst BSc - MSc Job

2024-06-25 06:05   Accounting / Financial Services   Lagos   27 views
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About the job

The ideal candidates will conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis on financial and non-financial institutions as well as prepare research reports on various sectors of the Nigerian Economy.
These candidates will also study and understand the macroeconomic environment of Nigeria, Kenya and Rwanda.

Scope of the Job

Prepare credit rating reports on different institutions as assigned.
Act as Industry specialist on the industry assigned to him/her. This will include preparing research report(s) on this industry within the timeline agreed with the Head of Research and keeping abreast of developments in this industry.
Conduct Client Specific Research as assigned.
Facilitating training sessions on financial management related courses
Prepare periodic articles for publication on Agusto Market Intelligence (AMI) portal.
Support client specific consulting engagements when required.

Qualifications and Requirement

Good Bachelor's degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, Finance or related fields
Relevant professional qualifications required (ACA, ACCA or CFA)
MBA or MSc and financial modelling skill will be an advantage.
Minimum 5 years of experience working as a credit/financial analyst in a reputable financial service organisation.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Excellent communication and business writing skills

Company Description
Agusto & Co. is the foremost Pan African Credit Rating Agency and a leading provider of industry research. Agusto & Co. started as a business information company with the long term view of gathering and providing information on economies and industries in select African countries as well as... read more assigning risk ratings to obligors. Agusto & Co. created the credit ratings industry in Nigeria when in 1992, we commenced assigning ratings to all Nigeria’s 120 banks on an unsolicited basis for a period of 5 years until 1997, after which we commenced solicited ratings for banks and other financial Institutions. At that time, the concept of credit ratings was novel in Nigeria and across sub Saharan Africa.
The scope of our ratings has expanded to include Discount Houses, Insurance Companies, Finance & Leasing Companies, Primary Mortgage Institutions, Securities Firms, Asset Managers, Funds, Industrial Companies, Municipal bonds, corporate bonds, structured bonds and Financial Institution bonds.