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The Quantitative Investment Analyst is an investment role within the Fixed Income division at T. Rowe Price. The role resides within the Fixed Income Quantitative Investments and Research (FI Quant) group as part of the Fixed Income Risk and Portfolio Construction Research team. The Fixed Income Risk and Portfolio Construction Research team is tasked with generating alpha via risk advisory and construction of efficient portfolios, capitalizing on market inefficiencies and risk premia. The team requires an experienced quantitative researcher to conduct rigorous analyses in the area of risk forecasting and portfolio construction techniques. The analyst will collaborate with the investment team to develop a research agenda, execute research, and communicate the findings to enhance the investment results. The analyst will engage the sell-side and academic research to keep current on new modeling developments and apply these methods to enhance the proprietary solutions.
Conduct rigorous quantitative research to enhance existing and develop new risk forecasting and portfolio construction methodologies for existing global fixed income portfolios. Review existing academic and practitioner research in these areas.
Work with investment teams and other quantitative analysts to develop systematic fixed income strategies by optimizing allocation to alpha signals, risk premia, existing strategies and factors. Work with Technology partners to productionize models
Contribute to broader Fixed Income platform by enhancing portfolio construction models for existing portfolios that capitalize on market inefficiencies and incorporate portfolio manager views
10+ years of prior investing experience
Master’s degree or Ph.D. in quantitative discipline. CFA designation preferred.
Comprehensive understanding of financial mathematics.
Prior experience in fixed income markets, securities, and complex derivatives instruments. Detailed knowledge of portfolio optimization and risk forecasting methods.
Proficiency with statistics, optimization, and numerical analysis
Evidence of conducting independent systematic research
Proficiency in R and SQL. Proficiency with git version control.
Experience with performance attribution and risk models
Self-motivated, independent, detail oriented and intellectually curious
Strong communication skills, with ability to influence others. Creative problem solver.
FINRA licenses are not required and will not be supported for this role.
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Competitive pay and bonuses as well as a generous retirement plan and employee stock purchase plan with matching contributions
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