• CIMD, GSAM, Fixed Income - Emerging Market Corporate Credit Analyst, Analyst/Associate - Singapore

    Location(s) SG-Singapore
    Job ID
    Schedule Type
    Full Time
    Investment Management
    Asia Except Japan
    Consumer and Investment Management Division
    Business Unit
    Fixed Income & Currencies
    Employment Type

    Consumer and Investment Management (CIMD)

    The Consumer and Investment Management Division includes Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM), Private Wealth Management (PWM) and our Consumer business (Marcus by Goldman Sachs). We provide asset management, wealth management and banking expertise to consumers and institutions around the world. CIMD partners with various teams across the firm to help individuals and institutions navigate changing markets and take control of their financial lives.



    Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) is one of the world’s leading investment managers. GSAM provides institutional and individual investors with investment and advisory solutions, with strategies spanning asset classes, industries, and geographies.  We help our clients navigate today’s dynamic markets, and identify the opportunities that shape their portfolios and long-term investment goals. We extend these global capabilities to the world’s leading pension plans, sovereign wealth funds, central banks, insurance companies, financial institutions, endowments, foundations, individuals and family offices



    GSAM’s Emerging Market team manages over US$45 billion of dedicated EM Fixed Income assets and has been investing in EM Fixed Income for over two decades with strong performance. 


    The EM Corporate Credit research team is seeking a Corporate Credit Analyst (Analyst or Associate level) to join the team in the Singapore office. The EM Corporate credit research team is responsible for making investment decisions in a variety of accounts and contributes its ideas to both emerging market and global fixed income portfolios.  The investment approach relies on a foundation of fundamental research conducted by a team of analysts.


    The credit analyst will work closely with portfolio managers and senior analysts to develop and support investment recommendations across a range of portfolios with a focus on high-grade companies in both financial and non-financial sectors. A successful candidate must demonstrate commitment to a team-oriented culture and a strong enthusiasm for investment research. Financial modelling, communication and research skills, as well as and outstanding critical thinking mindset are also essential for the role. The analyst will be responsible for performing due diligence; building and maintaining financial models; monitoring companies on an ongoing basis; assessing relative value based on risk-reward for a range of different portfolio strategies; communicating with management teams; and presenting recommendations to others on the team.



    • Performing detailed bottoms-up credit analysis on companies including financial modeling, accounting review, covenant analysis, assessment of management quality, review of third-party research, and interacting with management and sell-side analysts, among others.
    • Undertaking comprehensive ongoing research coverage for companies and sectors in Asian credit and communicating updates in a timely fashion (both orally and written) to team members across the globe.
    • Building and maintaining financials models and other investment-related infrastructure that supports our credit recommendations and investment.
    • Working with economists on the Emerging Markets team to assess the relevant economic and political risks the companies may face.
    • Working with the Global Corporate Credit teams to identify global relative value and share investment ideas.
    • Identifying & Recommending investment ideas for a range of portfolios with different risk mandates and restrictions, while supporting those recommendations in both oral and written communication.
    • Engaging in ad-hoc research, thematic and analytic projects


    • Pre or Post MBA with relevant experience in financial sector is required
    • Prior experience in investing or credit analysis or a related discipline (accounting, banking, financial modeling) is strongly preferred
    • Solid accounting and finance knowledge with a keen ability to analyze financial statements
    • Strong financial modeling skills with good mathematical grounding
    • Strong communication and presentation skills (oral and written)
    • Fluency in spoken and written Mandarin language skills strongly preferred
    • Self-starter and resourceful with a passion for investing and investment research
    • CFA study (at any level) a plus


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