Modelling Analyst Job in DMGT

Trepp’s Quantitative Finance Team is looking for an Analyst to assist the team with research and modeling. The Quantitative Finance team builds and maintains predictive and explanatory models, such as Trepp’s loan default model and its bank capital adequacy model. The team also explores new and existing data sets that form the basis for analysis or new models. In addition to quantitative and analytical skills, strong communication skills are desired.


Analyze real estate and economic data to find trends and produce graphic and written research.
Build and deploy models using Trepp’s data on commercial real estate property and loan performance, as well as third-party economic and market data.
Produce documentation for models and other products.
Locate and explore new data sets.
Drive the growth and build-out of our business capabilities (expand product lines, business process enhancements / automation, new business initiatives).
Participate in sales calls, client support calls, and industry calls as necessary.
Complete ad hoc analyses and projects as needed.


Quantitative analytical and modeling skills.
Experience with time series analysis, modeling and forecasting.
Ability to construct new complex models and enhance existing models.
General understanding of finance and economics. Commercial real estate market knowledge is desirable, but not required.
Ability to maintain a high level of productivity, manage multiple competing priorities, and work effectively under the pressure of time constraints in a complex, collaborative, and team-oriented environment.
Ability to summarize, present and advocate complex findings to internal and external audiences.


Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (or foreign equivalent) in Finance, Business Management, Economics or related quantitative discipline.
Ability to retrieve, analyze and model data using Python, R, SQL and/or SAS.
Proficiency with MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Experience with business intelligence reporting tools such as Microsoft Power BI or Amazon QuickSight is a plus.

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