Moody’s, the credit ratings giant, is looking for staff to support research on DeFi, CBDC, stablecoins, NFT and other cryptoassets.
Moody’s Investors Service, one of the world’s largest credit ratings companies, which a month ago rated El Salvador negatively based on – among other things – its adoption of Bitcoin , is now looking to hire expert crypto analysts to familiarize themselves with “the potential far-reaching impact of decentralized finance (DeFi) on the existing ecosystem,” according to a recent job posting on LinkedIn
Moody’s said the right candidate for the positions, advertised in London and New York: “Must have a deep understanding and working knowledge of Blockchain
and cryptoassets, in addition to DeFi to support research analysis on DeFi, CBDC, stablecoins, NFT and other cryptoassets.”
In terms of qualifications, applicants should have an “intermediate understanding of the Blockchain
and cryptoasset industry, especially DeFi,” according to the announcement.
Within the announcement, Moody’s explains that it recently created an MIS Blockchain Center for Enablement (C4E) team to focus on “translating Blockchain and cryptoasset-related business needs to define use cases and requirements, support Blockchain analytics and engineering to develop production-grade applications, as well as build the required technology infrastructure and increase dialogue with institutional companies and Blockchain service providers for potential opportunities to apply Blockchain
More job postings
addition to the one outlined above, other job openings include
the followingbelow related to crypto from Moody’s include a Crypto-asset Analytical Framework Designer, which also mentions DeFi; and Senior Blockchain Analyst, who should have “1-3+ years of hands-on experience with crypto analytics, building Blockchain applications, crypto, stable coins and/or DAO.”
Also, it’s worth noting that Moody’s Investors Service, the bond credit rating business of Moody’s Corp., is one of the big three credit rating companies, along with Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Group .
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