Innovate and think analytically by providing internal and external stakeholders with current views on the Asia-Ex Japan corporate credit universe, supporting them in their investment decisions. Keep pace with the market and publish thematic research on issues like the regulatory impact on industries and the implications of shifts in drivers of economic growth.
Barclays Global Research provides a wide range of unique ideas to help clients make the best investment decisions. Our Research vision is best described as “differentiation and integration” – we produce proprietary products, differentiated market analysis and actionable investment ideas to sophisticated investors around the globe, integrated across research disciplines, asset classes and geographies.
What to expect
You will provide internal and external stakeholders with updated views on the USD Asia-ex Japan corporate credit universe. In particular, engage proactively with investors to support them in their investment decisions.
How you’ll develop
You will not only sharpen your analytical and quantitative skills in producing differentiated research, be it proprietary product, market analysis or ad-hoc investment strategy; but more importantly, you will liaise with all stakeholders in the financial markets, building the bridge from corporates to investors, communicating with all Global Markets functions. On one hand you’ll learn to react swiftly to market movements at any minute and provide quick but thorough analysis to sales, traders and institutional clients. On the other hand, you will take time to think analytically and innovatively, in order to generate investment ideas that empower our business and drive the most ambitious strategies for our clients.
Who thrives here
A number cruncher who enjoys financial modelling and company analysis would thrive in Research. Ability to articulate and convey succinct, accurate and insightful messages is also crucial in Research. Proficiency in spoken and written Mandarin and a strong understanding of China’s business culture would be a plus, as the hired analyst will be covering corporates domiciled in China.