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Being the first point of call for clients and investors when they require fund/portfolio reporting, data, analytics and any other quantitative or qualitative information.
Providing accurate timely reporting externally:
Monthly Fund Reporting: produce fund newsletters for distribution to clients. Production of these newsletter requires the understanding of complex ratios and formulae to calculate risk and performance statistics such as sharpe/sortino ratios, standard deviation, drawdowns, up/down capture etc.
Monthly and Quarterly Portfolio Reporting: produce portfolio manager's reports for the firm's segregated managed accounts. Production of these manager's reports requires the understanding of complex ratios and formulae to calculate risk and performance statistics such as sharpe/sortino ratios, standard deviation, drawdowns, up/down capture, contribution, attribution, exposures (country, sector, instrument, counterparty) and portfolio and cash reconciliations.
Weekly Fund and Portfolio Reports: Provide weekly updates to investors, which range from providing net performance estimates, to more complex reports such as net position appraisals, daily cumulative TWR reports and portfolio holdings summary.
Preparing Fund and Portfolio Presentations: Each strategy has a marketing presentation which is used to update existing investors and to also market to prospective investors. The presentations are a combination of quantitative or qualitative information, which the Investor Relations Associate collects from his/her monthly reporting packs and with the input of the Head of Research and investment team (when company data, financials and case studies require updating).
Maintaining a register of the firm's investors/clients.
Managing investment and operational due diligence processes. The requirement is for the Investor Relations Associate to organize meetings, draft/coordinate/collate responses to questionnaires and RFIs for existing clients, prospects, allocators/consultants.
Monitoring global consultant database and platforms and ensuring the firms' data (performance and AUM statistics) is kept up to date.
Providing sales support by organizing roadshows, sourcing new clients, providing research notes on prospective new clients (AUMs, allocations, investment preferences, RFIs, team profiles etc.), providing analytics requested by prospective investors, adding investor profiles and preferences to ensure future delivery of newsletters/reports and macro updates, maintaining a record of the 'investor pipeline'; recording correspondence and ensuring follow-ups are delivered.
Maintaining detailed records of client communications and ensuring data and information recorded on the firm's CRM system (Backstop) is timely and up to date, carrying out data cleansing, data analysis, and working with the sales team to ensure pipeline and meeting notes are added to the CRM.
Preparing client meeting packs for all client/investor meetings (eg. up to date presentations, current portfolio holdings, history of correspondence with the client and client profile).
Assisting with all ancillary tasks including:
Peer group and competition: working with the sales team to provide a competitor's update; running periodic performance/risk analysis and collecting competitor newsletters.
Daily AUM analysis: run a consolidated daily AUM report for the firm's management.
Review and reconcile investor statements with those of the firm's internal records.
Report AUMs and performance to the firm's shareholders and board of directors (quarterly).
ESG reporting (quarterly and annual UNPRI reporting).
Prepare fund analysis/updates/positioning ahead of meetings/calls with the Fund Board of Directors.
Work with the fund/portfolios custodians/administrators to ensure client records are kept in good order to ensure compliance with the legal and regulatory framework around KYC and AML.
Support clients in any processes such as subscriptions, redemptions, top-ups, reporting for their annual financial audit, regulatory reporting, transparency reporting, tax reporting etc.
SKILLS and Qualification Requirements:
Bachelors/Master's degree in a mathematical or social science discipline; e.g. mathematics, economics, engineering, law, finance, accounting etc.
5+ years' experience working in an asset management firm, or financial services firm
CAIA qualification is a plus
Knowledge of public equities, fixed income and real estate
Strong Excel and PowerPoint is a must
Must be a clear and professional communicator
Must be detail oriented
Internal Number: 6491653
About NGS Global Partners
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