Research Analyst

  • The Bank for International Settlements
  • Hong Kong SAR
  • Asia
  • 5 days remaining

The Bank for International Settlements is a global forum for monetary and financial cooperation and a bank for central banks

Promoting global monetary and financial stability

Application Deadline: 30/05/2018

We are recruiting a Research Analyst at our representative office for Asia and the Pacific in Hong Kong. We seek candidates with a master’s degree in economics, statistics, finance or related subjects, with at least one year of job experience.

You will support BIS economists’ research by collecting and processing data from a range of sources and conducting statistical and econometric analysis. You will create graphs and tables for use in BIS publications and at meetings of central bank officials.

You will maintain databases for internal and external use, and work with large sets of macroeconomic, financial and firm-level data. You will also conduct data quality control. You will keep abreast of technical developments, and help test and implement new statistical applications.

You are a skilled user of econometric software packages and have experience with statistical concepts applied in finance and economics. Experience in retrieving financial data from Bloomberg and Datastream and firm-level databases such as SNL, Fitch or S&P Capital IQ would be an advantage.

Are you interested in contributing to the important global mission of promoting global monetary and financial stability?

This is your opportunity to work in an international environment alongside colleagues from more than 60 countries. We offer competitive conditions of employment and can recruit globally regardless of nationality.

The BIS’s head office is located in Basel, Switzerland, with representative offices in Hong Kong SAR and Mexico City. We are able to recruit globally, regardless of nationality, and offer competitive employment packages. The BIS employs staff on both open-ended and fixed-term contracts, however, all new entrants are recruited on a fixed-term basis. The BIS is fully committed to equal opportunity employment and strives for diversity among its staff. We encourage applications from female candidates.

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