We are Southern California’s hometown bank, focused on delivering personalized, relationship-based banking to its customers. The bank has 75 retail branches conveniently located throughout Southern California to serve consumers and businesses, small and large. With total assets of over $25 billion and over $14 billion in deposits, we have the size and strength to offer a wide array of banking products and services and the stability to protect its depositors. IndyMac Mortgage Services, one of our divisions, services mortgage loans on behalf of third parties and offers loan modifications pursuant to Home Affordable Modification Program ( “HAMP ) guidelines. We are an FDIC-insured institution and funds deposited in the bank are insured up to the FDIC’s insurance limit of $250,000 per depositor.
We began operations as a newly formed Pasadena, California-based federal savings bank on March 19, 2009 with its acquisition of certain assets and certain limited liabilities of IndyMac Federal Bank, FSB from the FDIC. The newly-formed bank opened its doors with 33 branches and approximately $16 billion of assets.
Since its formation, we have grown through acquisitions from the FDIC of certain assets, loans, and deposits of other California-based financial institutions. On December 18, 2009, we completed the acquisition of the banking operations of First Federal Bank of California, including $6 billion in assets and $5 billion in deposits. On February 19, 2010, we acquired all of the deposits and certain assets of La Jolla Bank, FSB, including $4 billion in assets and $3 billion in deposits.
As of December 2012, we have been recognized as the 43rd largest among US banks and thrifts by SNL Financial. While growing in size and strength, we continue to focus on our commitment as a regional bank dedicated to personalized, relationship-based customer service, One Person at a Time.
Come join a highly visible multidisciplinary fixed income analytics group. Our group focuses on pricing residential and commercial assets and solving financial problems with technology. The candidate will help build C#/SQL applications used to price $13B in whole loans. This is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure to fixed income cash flow modeling, whole loan valuation methodologies, and fixed income risk metrics.
Degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics
Interest or experience in quantitative finance
Strong communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills
Experience with C#, Java, C++, Python, Ruby or similar
WPF / MVVM experience a plus
Eligible to work for any employer in the US
7+ yrs experience