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Investment Analyst

Date Posted
10th November 2021
Reference
Star7022
Sector
Investment
Job Type
Permanent
Location
Bristol with agile working options
Benefits
£ excellent
Salary
Negotiable

Job Description Apply: Investment Analyst

Our client is seeking a part-qualified investment analyst (FIA/CFA) to support the transfer of assets between investment managers including opening accounts, arranging asset transfers, and reconciling trades.

You will produce periodic investment reports including analysis of effectiveness of hedging assets.

You will also help other parts of the business in the production of scheme annual reports, implementation statements, scheme returns and cashflow management.

In addition, you will conduct quantitative and qualitative research on investment funds and managers.

With a desire to work in a defined benefit pension scheme investment consultancy environment, the successful candidate will possess a good understanding of traditional and alternative asset classes, ideally including knowledge of liability-driven investment solutions and multi-asset investing.

In addition, you will have an awareness of relationship between defined benefit pension scheme assets and liabilities.

An excellent career opportunity.

Please contact us to discuss this vacancy or for an informal discussion regarding your career goals. We are very happy to perform bespoke research on your behalf.

Sarah O’Brien

Senior Consultant

M: +44 (0)7841025393

E: Sarah.OBrien@staractuarial.com


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