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Supports the CIO and Investment Policy Committee ("IPC") in portfolio construction and the long-term strategic asset allocation decision process
Remains abreast of investment market and pension related developments and actively incorporates knowledge in the development of strategic initiatives
Supports the Integration of the asset allocation across DB and DC, as well as the liability hedging programmes into the portfolio construction process.
Supports the preparation of committee papers for the relevant boards, coordinating and liaising with Head of Strategy Solutions on content and other requirements.
Supports the Head of Strategy Solutions in the scheme valuation process
Supports the setting of the target allocation and actively assists in the development of the derivation process
Supports portfolio rebalancing/transition programmes with individual dealing/operation desks as appropriate.
Supports the scheme Portfolio Management Software and assists in its ongoing development.
Works with the Private Markets and Investment Risk teams to assist in the definition of funding sources, benchmarks and risk modelling approaches for new and existing private market positons.
Works to develop scheme hedging programmes across liability hedging and more broadly (tail risk etc.)
Continue to improve the consistency of market data used for analytics originated by the Strategy team
Be responsible for asset inventory and model compliance for all the internally developed models used by the strategy team
Skills and Experience
Excellent analytical skills – able to pick up new and challenging concepts and able to provide clear solutions
Intellectual curiosity – willingness and ability to investigate and develop new ideas and investment strategies
High level of structure and organisation and the ability to work across teams
Flexibility in approach – adaptability to different market conditions
Ability to communicate effectively in both written papers and oral presentations
Competent at prioritisation, process organisation, and management of multiple workstreams
Ability to influence, to fulfil investment decisions is key. The role would suit a strategic and collaborative individual with both a quantitative and qualitiative investment background, ideally already working in an institiutional asset manager.