AMD, Private Credit, COO Team, Analyst, Dallas

Location(s) US-TX-Irving
Job ID
2021-77564
Schedule Type
Full Time
Level
Analyst
Function(s)
Business Finance & Accounting/Financial Planning - Early Career
Region
Americas
Division
Asset Management
Business Unit
MBD Resources
Employment Type
Employee

MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

 

Job Summary & Responsibilities

GS Asset Management is the firm’s investing platform across public and private side investing. Our Private Credit platform is one of the world’s largest credit alternatives investing businesses based on AUM, investor team and unmatched global footprint. 

 

COO Team analysts will work with Private Credit leadership and the rest of the COO team to implement strategic initiatives; manage investing processes alongside other internal stakeholders; engage with external investors; drive technology initiatives designed to increase business efficiency and information sharing; execute processes designed to comply with regulatory and reporting requirements; perform analytics to assess business performance and portfolio condition; and work closely with deal teams on the execution and ongoing monitoring of investments. The role will involve significant time on systematizing processes and mapping technology solutions and data capture strategies to business needs.  

 

The COO Team analyst role is at the locus of a number of workflows and processes. COO team analysts will work closely with stakeholders both within and outside of Private Credit – Private Credit leadership, deal teams located around the world, the Funds and Administration and CFO teams, Engineering, Credit, Operations and other Control areas of the Firm -- in order to facilitate efficient business processes and operations, provide highest quality information to our investors, ensure compliance with regulatory standards and provide support to Private Credit leadership.

 

This is a broad-ranging role with a dynamic mandate, depending on the business’s needs at any given time.

 

Responsibilities include:

Supporting Private Credit leadership: executing on key business priorities; drafting strategy presentations that communicate key messages effectively; implementing reporting processes to enhance Private Credit leadership’s ability to monitor the business in real time

Running portfolio analytics including regular weekly reporting and ad hoc analyses to support business decision-making

Creating marketing and fundraising materials and other presentations designed to communicate business objectives and capabilities both externally and internally

Engaging in data capture and validation exercises

Working with Asset Management Engineering to design, test and implement business planning and workflow technology solutions

Working with Control side teams to design, implement and execute processes necessary to ensure compliance with regulatory and/or Firm requirements

Working with Private Credit deal teams and other stakeholders to ensure that investment execution and monitoring are carried out in accordance with required processes

Working closely with Asset Management Engineering and deal teams to ensure investment-level data is accurate and up-to-date

Coordinating regularly-scheduled Asset Management Credit meetings

Preferred Qualifications

Very strong analytical skills and high degree of detail orientation

Strong writing skills and ability to create engaging, dynamic presentations

Proactivity; must be a self-starter with deep sense of ownership of work product and ability to drive projects independently

Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)

Excellent multi-tasking abilities and ability to prioritize

Problem solving nature and ability to operationalize conceptual objectives

Ability to identify and implement solutions that appropriately balance business needs and a control perspective

Ability to be responsive outside workday hours (including weekends) given global nature of role and deal timelines

Prior experience in debt products appreciated but not required

 

Please note division and function examples are representative of opportunities common for this skill-set. The list is not exhaustive, and availability of open roles is determined based on business need. Specific roles will be confirmed through the interview process.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS

Job Summary & Responsibilities

GS Asset Management is the firm’s investing platform across public and private side investing. Our Private Credit platform is one of the world’s largest credit alternatives investing businesses based on AUM, investor team and unmatched global footprint. 

 

COO Team analysts will work with Private Credit leadership and the rest of the COO team to implement strategic initiatives; manage investing processes alongside other internal stakeholders; engage with external investors; drive technology initiatives designed to increase business efficiency and information sharing; execute processes designed to comply with regulatory and reporting requirements; perform analytics to assess business performance and portfolio condition; and work closely with deal teams on the execution and ongoing monitoring of investments. The role will involve significant time on systematizing processes and mapping technology solutions and data capture strategies to business needs.  

 

The COO Team analyst role is at the locus of a number of workflows and processes. COO team analysts will work closely with stakeholders both within and outside of Private Credit – Private Credit leadership, deal teams located around the world, the Funds and Administration and CFO teams, Engineering, Credit, Operations and other Control areas of the Firm -- in order to facilitate efficient business processes and operations, provide highest quality information to our investors, ensure compliance with regulatory standards and provide support to Private Credit leadership.

 

This is a broad-ranging role with a dynamic mandate, depending on the business’s needs at any given time.

 

Responsibilities include:

Supporting Private Credit leadership: executing on key business priorities; drafting strategy presentations that communicate key messages effectively; implementing reporting processes to enhance Private Credit leadership’s ability to monitor the business in real time

Running portfolio analytics including regular weekly reporting and ad hoc analyses to support business decision-making

Creating marketing and fundraising materials and other presentations designed to communicate business objectives and capabilities both externally and internally

Engaging in data capture and validation exercises

Working with Asset Management Engineering to design, test and implement business planning and workflow technology solutions

Working with Control side teams to design, implement and execute processes necessary to ensure compliance with regulatory and/or Firm requirements

Working with Private Credit deal teams and other stakeholders to ensure that investment execution and monitoring are carried out in accordance with required processes

Working closely with Asset Management Engineering and deal teams to ensure investment-level data is accurate and up-to-date

Coordinating regularly-scheduled Asset Management Credit meetings

Preferred Qualifications

Very strong analytical skills and high degree of detail orientation

Strong writing skills and ability to create engaging, dynamic presentations

Proactivity; must be a self-starter with deep sense of ownership of work product and ability to drive projects independently

Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)

Excellent multi-tasking abilities and ability to prioritize

Problem solving nature and ability to operationalize conceptual objectives

Ability to identify and implement solutions that appropriately balance business needs and a control perspective

Ability to be responsive outside workday hours (including weekends) given global nature of role and deal timelines

Prior experience in debt products appreciated but not required

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