2nd Year Analyst

  • Negotiable
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong HK
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Michael Page
  • 22 Aug 18 2018-08-22

Our client is looking for a top tier 2nd year investment banking analyst to join their team

Our client is an is an American global asset management firm specializing in alternative investment strategies. It is one of the largest credit investors in the world. Our client focuses on distressed debt, high yield debt, private equity, real estate and equities. Their current AUM stands at over 100billion USD.

Description


The entry-level research analyst is responsible for the monitoring of strategy performance and portfolio holdings, including data collection and analysis. The entry-level analyst supports the senior and director-level research professionals with investment manager and strategy research and with client portfolio development and monitoring. The entry-level research analyst may work on special projects related to the firm's proprietary research efforts, focusing on topics such as macro-economic events, valuation analysis, and market efficiency.

Provide investment research analysis and assist in managing portfolios.

Draft market strategy and research analysis and produce investment reports on request.

Perform portfolio optimization and analysis of strategies to identify portfolio building blocks.

Profile



Candidates should be a 2nd year analyst at tier one investment banking firm. Candidates should be top academic performers who are willing to work hard in an unstructured environment which values initiative, creativity, maturity, and enthusiasm for learning. Academic backgrounds may vary, however candidates must be comfortable with financial concepts and enjoy quantitative work.

Must be capable of producing high quality work products independently and as part of a team.

Excellent communication skills (both in written materials and verbally)

Demonstrated problem solving abilities and judgement

Job Offer

  • 6 months bonus
  • International relocation opportunities