Our client is an international asset management firm, they are now seeking for a high calibre candidate to join them.
Responsible for creating written content, providing significant insight into portfolio management decisions. Content will reinforce the client's investment decision and carry investment management's voice to the client. Close working relationships with portfolio analysts / portfolio specialists to stay abreast of market developments and portfolio changes in real time for assigned strategies and broad asset class. Understand portfolio performance attribution, positioning and strategic purchases and sales or actionable insight in client reports for assigned strategies.
Responsible for researching and authoring a broad range of thought leadership outputs for the institutional and advisor. Investment perspectives on investment capabilities and its strategies. Collateral that addresses portfolio construction and other customized investment solutions. White papers providing original insight on investment/market trends. Marketing brochures and other sales collateral to augment prospecting. Project-manage the delivery of outputs to the distribution units, incorporating feedback from multiple sources where appropriate.
Creating or revising core content to reflect product launches or changes in existing strategies or competitive environment. Serving as the asset class point person, working with RFP Editors and Portfolio Analyst to ensure that content is persuasive.
To qualify for the position, you should be a Degree holder with a minimum of 5 years writing experience. Must be a self-starter and a strong communicator. Ability to write about complex concepts in an interesting and engaging style. Strong attention to detail and accuracy. Knowledge of financial markets, economics or finance. Knowledge of proposal content and marketing communications best practices.
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference eFC3303
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)