Analyst / Associate, Markets Regulation
- London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
- Permanent, Full time
- Alternative Investment Management Association
- 21 Jun 18 2018-06-21
AIMA is a membership organisation for the alternative investment industry (including hedge funds and private credit funds); we exist to serve the interests of hundreds of firms around the world who have signed up as members of AIMA and who pay us a membership fee to support our work. Specifically, we provide them with written guidance to help them in their day-to-day work, as well providing updates on new rules on regulations that will impact their business.
We are seeking an Analyst/Associate for our Markets Regulation team. The position holder will report to the Global Head of Markets Regulation in London. The role will give you first-rate exposure to the issues that are affecting the hedge fund industry globally, whilst allowing you to develop your expertise in a number of these, as well as the broader regulatory environment at UK and European level.
- Monitoring regulatory developments
- Preparing updates for members
- Helping to run working groups of AIMA members to develop positions on proposals from regulators
- Helping to draft responses to regulatory consultations
- Supporting the delivery of AIMA events and training for members
Required skills and experience:
- Recent graduates or those with up to 3 years’ experience in a relevant role
- Strong academic credentials, including a degree. We are particularly interested in candidates who have studied law or politics
- An interest in policy-making in the UK and Europe
- A willingness to learn about financial services regulation and/or the hedge fund industry
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills, with the ability to summarise complicated issues succinctly and accurately
- Strong attention to detail
- Strong analytical capability
- A desire to learn and pursue additional study
If you are interested in this opportunity and fill the requirements, please apply here submitting a copy of your CV.
Deadline for applications is 1 July 2018.