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Equity Research Analyst, Chinese Equities, Global Asset Manager
May 18, 2018
London, United Kingdom
Our client is a leading global asset management firm with a $multi-billion portfolio of assets.
They are now looking for an Equity Analyst to join them, who will focus on Chinese markets. The role will be based in London.
The focus of the role will be conducting Chinese equity research and analytical studies for the EM Equity team, focusing on specific industry/sectors and countries. You can also expect to supports the company's portfolio management, client servicing and marketing activities within specified limits
Day you day you will work on:
Research – Production of high quality country, industry and stock investment research within Chinese Equities. These responsibilities include specific industry/sectors and countries;
Decision making – translating research contributing towards investment decisions that are appropriate to each product type
Implementation – work with Implementation Team/Senior Portfolio Managers to implement investment policy; backup other investment professionals as necessary within specified limits.
They are looking for someone with a background as follows:
Buy or sell side equity analyst with excellent research experience
Possibly, we will consider an outstanding ACA/ CFA with a real interest in financial markets
Fluent in Mandarin
Knowledge of or an interest in Chinese securities and sectors
Active contribution to the decision making process of fund allocation and investment strategy resulting in improving fund performance