FUND RESEARCH, ASIA - VP / AVP / SENIOR MANAGER

  • competitive package
  • Hong Kong
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Recruitment Intelligence Consultants Limited
  • 15 Nov 18

An international asset management firm is looking for high caliber professional to join the Fund Research, Asia. The role is based in Hong Kong.

  • International Asset Management Firm
  • Excellent exposure

Our client is an international asset management company with an unparalleled reputation across the Asia Pacific region.  With the continued growth of the organization, the need has arisen to recruit a high caliber professional to join them in Hong Kong.

Act as senior researcher to conduct in-depth fund and investment strategy due diligence and assessments that require meeting with portfolio managers, on the investment capabilities of investment managers.   Regional responsibilities to the local and regional fund platforms. Provide analysis and opinion required to perform due diligence and appointment of new investment managers. Manage on-going oversight of Asia-based investment managers on all investment platforms. Recommend fund terminations or manager changes to local business units and investment platform owners. Develop a center of expertise that adds value to the businesses through excellent fund research and investment manager analysis. Coordinate and maintain a consistent yet locally applicable approach and process with the manager research analysts in the global team.

To be qualified, you should be a Degree holder with a minimum of 8 years of investment manage, fund research, assessment and analysis experience. Good relationships within the investment management industry. Highly developed leadership, communication, writing, interpersonal, analytical and presentation skills. Team player. Knowledge of wealth, retirement or investment-linked insurance scheme platforms preferred.

Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to mho@ric.com.hk or by fax to (852) 2838 3323 quoting reference eFC2960.

(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)