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Firm Overview Cambridge Associates is a leading global investment firm. We work with non-profit institutions, pension plans, and private clients to build investment portfolios that help them meet their philanthropic goals, pensioners' obligations, or personal endeavors. Our goal is to meet clients wherever they are in the investment process. We offer a variety of services to complement those needs, from acting as an outsourced investment office to providing access to our world-class research platform. Committed to independence since our founding more than 40 years ago, we are motivated only by what is best for our clients. Our clients trust the experience, leadership, and integrity of our investment professionals. We have a global team of outstanding investment advisors and an extensive research platform to support them. With more than 1,200 employees in nine locations around the globe, we are constantly looking to discover new ideas for our clients' portfolios. This extensive network helps us to identify and access the best global investment opportunities all over the world.
Job Responsibilities Each Investment Director generally is responsible for multiple clients, in addition to being a resource to other Investment Directors with other clients, which requires them to handle several projects at once. Investment Directors oversee and participate in all aspects of client PI-related projects, which include performing analytical tasks, developing investment manager recommendations, supervising investment associates, preparing presentation materials, and making presentations. Investment Directors work directly and closely with the owners and/or fiduciaries of the investment assets, which may be the Investment Committee of a Board of Trustees or the Chief Investment Officer of an institution. Investment Directors also spend a significant amount of their time on investment manager research. This includes meeting with managers presenting in our offices; visiting managers in their offices (either with or without clients present); attending annual meetings; and attending managers' presentations to clients. Investment Directors may also support more tenured colleagues in business development efforts.
MBA or CFA strongly preferred
Three to five years of appropriate knowledge and experience preferred, gained from work in a similar capacity at a large institutional investor (such as a pension fund or endowment) or fund-of-funds, or as an analyst at a private equity investment firm
Demonstrated qualitative and quantitative analytical skills