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Vice President, Financial Instruments and Technology

Posted 19 days ago

  • The Borough, Greater London
  • Any
  • External
  • Expires In 2 months
Kroll’s Alternative Asset Advisory practice is seeking a Vice President to join a growing team of financial instruments experts that assist our clients with the valuation and modelling of complex financial instruments. Our quantitative analytics professionals work with hedge funds, private equity funds, credit funds, and corporate finance groups to provide valuation clarity over derivatives and illiquid financial instruments which require advanced financial modelling. We are seeking an experienced quantitative finance expert to leverage advanced analytical tools and mathematical processes in support of this high-growth team’s robust asset class expertise.Preferred candidate backgrounds include buy-side and sell-side derivatives desks, quantitative finance groups at banks, investment banking, and financial instrument consultancy.Responsibilities:Designing and implementing financial models for the valuation of derivatives, options, structured products, and bespoke financial instrumentsPerforming valuation analyses on a wide range of illiquid financial instruments, with a particular focus on swaps, employee incentive schemes, embedded derivatives, hedging instruments, and public and private structured credit investmentsLeveraging technology in applied mathematics, statistics, computer science, and economics to implement Monte Carlo simulations, binomial trees, option pricing models, and securitisation waterfall modelsLeading all aspects of client engagements and managing a team of junior quantitative finance professionalsWriting technical reports and delivering analyses to fund investment and finance teams, corporate management groups, and board committeesRequirements:Bachelors, Master’s, or PhD in Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, or a related quantitative discipline4+ years of relevant experience at a fund, investment bank, consultancy, or related financial services institution (Fewer years of relevant experience will be considered for candidates with higher academic qualifications, such as a PhD or a second Master’s degree)Expertise in financial valuation theory, methodologies, applications, and the fundamentals of constructing and reviewing valuation models for complex financial instrumentsExperience leading client engagements from scoping through delivery of analysisStrong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as strong verbal and written communication skillsModelling and programming experience with Excel/VBA, Python, C# or C++ strongly preferredExpertise in Bloomberg, Intex, Numerix, and PowerBI is beneficialAbout Kroll:Join the global leader in risk and financial advisory solutions – Kroll. With a nearly century-long legacy, we blend trusted expertise with cutting-edge technology to navigate and redefine financial industry complexities. As part of One Team, One Kroll, you’ll contribute to a collaborative and empowering environment, propelling your career to new heights. Ready to build, protect, restore, and maximise our clients’ value? Your journey begins with Kroll. Kroll is committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants regardless of gender, gender identity, race, religion, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, age, or disability.In order to be considered for a position, you must formally apply via timePosting Date: 2024-07-05