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Quantitative Analyst – Alliance Bernstein – NYC

The Quantitative Analyst will work in the Fixed Income quantitative analyst team in the Global Analytics department, focusing mainly on Fixed Income attribution and other related analytics.

The analyst will provide attribution analytics support and other ad-hoc analytics in the Fixed Income area to the investment team, marketing, RFP group and client reporting.

The analyst will be responsible for the time availability and quality of the attribution analytics, provide Fixed Income analytics support, and work on other quantitative projects. The person will be relied upon to help with a lot of coordination of day-to-day operation of the Fixed Income quant team and will be involved in a range of multiple projects quantitative, reporting and data related – both internal and external to the department.

This is a challenging position requiring both technical skills and business understanding.

As part of GA in addition to Fixed Income analyst has an opportunity of getting exposure to a variety of other AB products, and many investment instruments.

This role is on a very diversified, knowledgeable team that works well together and takes pride in the quality of its people.

GA supports variety of AB products and covers vast range of investment instruments, and special studies. With your interests and dedication, you get an opportunity to learn a lot about Performance, Performance Attribution and other post investment analytics through day-to-day real business cases, interaction with our other quant analysts, IT professionals, and Ops Analysts.

Qualifications, Experience, and Education:

  • Solid understanding of the US and Global Fixed Income markets
  • 3+ years of relevant industry and quant work experience
  • Ability to work well in a team as well as independently
  • Project management experience
  • Strong communication and inter-personal skills


  • Experience with relational database and SQL 
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel is required
  • General understanding of Fixed Income performance attribution from the US and global perspective is highly desirable.




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