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Firm: Orbis Investment Management (Hong Kong) Limited Position: Investment Analyst (Emerging Markets) Location: Hong Kong
Firm Profile: Orbis manages several performance-driven equity funds in both long-only and absolute return strategies. The firm, which was founded in 1989, employs a long-term, fundamental, and contrarian investment philosophy. Orbis has over $35 billion under management today. The firm is headquartered in Bermuda and employs approximately 400 people globally, with investment teams located in Hong Kong, London, and San Francisco. The firm is privately owned by its executives and the founding family's charitable foundation. Orbis partners with Cape Town-based Allan Gray Limited, sharing the same founder and investment philosophy.
Orbis in Hong Kong: Orbis currently has approximately $10 billion invested in Emerging Markets securities globally. The Hong Kong office has an international and diverse team of 13, including 8 Investment Analysts.
The Opportunity: As an Investment Analyst you would conduct fundamental, bottom-up research and identify investment opportunities based on long-term return prospects. Orbis' investment philosophy is to buy and hold shares when they are priced substantially below our assessment of their intrinsic value. We believe that owning attractive but out-of-favour businesses for the long term is the best way to generate returns for our clients.
Responsibilities: An Investment Analyst's key role is to generate primary research that results in investment recommendations for our funds. As such, your responsibilities will include, but may not be limited to:
Performing rigorous, bottom-up analysis, using both quantitative and qualitative approaches
Developing an independent, fact-driven perspective on individual stocks
Meeting with senior management teams of the companies under research
Authoring written reports that clearly articulate an investment case, including the appropriate supporting evidence and quantitative analysis
Recommending stocks for consideration in the funds and debating stock recommendations with other Orbis investment professionals
2-5 years of work experience in a leading private equity, investment banking (M&A), or management consulting organisation
Strong interest in business and investing
Track record of high achievement
Application Instructions: Please apply with cover letter and resume in one combined PDF file. We regret that we are only able to respond to successful candidates.
Deadline: 22 February 2018. Early applications welcome.