What is the role
The Quantitative Analyst (Americas) role's primary stakeholders are commercial teams and risk managers located in T&S hubs of London, Houston, Rotterdam, Dubai, and Singapore, with global activities. The role focuses on providing pre- and post-deal quantitative analytics to support these teams, in particular covering businesses in the European and Americas' time zones.
The new Credit Stress Testing & Potential Future Exposure team (PFE team) focuses on the delivery of regular and ad hoc stress testing activities for the Commercial and Risk Management teams. The PFE team also partners closely with the wider Risk and Shell IT teams to contribute to the planning and delivery of risk systems/IT change projects - such as our credit transformation project Global Credit Solution (GCS).
As Quantitative Analyst, you will be responsible for the following duties:
- Provide ad hoc advanced analytics at a transaction level such as for the calculation of pre-deal exposures (potential future exposure, expected exposure, expected credit loss etc). Transactions can be long-dated and complex, often with embedded derivatives and may extend into illiquid parts of the curve.
- Collaborate with and support Commercial / Credit / Market Risk / Valuation teams with production reporting of complex modelled contracts e.g. complex LNG contract modelling, market risk price stochastic models, structured credit agreements, multi-variate options, as well as other ad-hoc requests from commercial senior management.
- Ensure analytics methods and tools have clear and appropriate documentation.
- Provide leadership and support to Risk colleagues, including the Shell Business Operation (SBO) teams based in Chennai and Manila that support with daily operational tasks.
- Contribute as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to risk analytics related projects as part of the transformation agenda within Risk
- Act as a centre of expertise for SME's across Risk, providing 'thought leadership' and helping them to interpret the quantitative drivers for the portfolio and specific transactions booked in T&S
- Interface with stakeholders in Shell IT, Commercial and broader Risk.
- Must have legal authorization to work in US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer.
- 5 or more years of experience in quantitative risk analytics within a trading organization (e.g. Gas, Power, Emissions, LNG or Oil desired)
- Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred
- Strong communications skills (both written and verbal), including an ability to concisely explain complex concepts to non-specialist stakeholders in terms of intent and application
- Proficiency with SQL, Python, SAS, or other programming languages is desirable
- Resilient when working under pressure, with the ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines and exercise good judgement when providing advice, questioning discrepancies, and escalating issues
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