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CIO oversees a team of professionals who have responsibilities such as managing and monitoring investment activity, and maintaining good investor relations.
Develop short-term and long-term investment policies.
Establish effective and well-organized investment processes.
Identify potential strategic investment trends and opportunities.
Identifies sources of debt financing relationships.
Write clear and well-informed investment recommendations based on thorough research and analysis.
Organize regular investment reports and reviews, including quantitative and qualitative portfolio studies.
Attend annual meetings, review quarterly financial statements and remain up to date with any important valuation or policy changes.
Lead the investment strategy unit within the company.
Help manage and uphold current client relationships.
A degree in finance or a relevant field from an accredited institution.
Experience must be in leading an investment management team, writing strategic plans, locating, structuring, negotiating, and financing transactions.
Should have proven experience in managing people, programs, and processes.
A very strong proficiency in fixed income and equity investments.
Strategic thinker and proficient in decision-making.
Ability to communicate effectively and in a professional manner and in making presentations to groups with varied levels of finance and investment knowledge.
Considerable knowledge of investment concepts, terminology, styles, models, and strategies, including portfolio theory, asset liability studies, asset allocation and performance measurement, and a solid understanding of capital markets.
Ability to analyse and evaluate risk and performance of investment managers across equity, fixed income, hedge fund, private equity and real asset strategies.
Extensive knowledge of statistical concepts, methods, and models, and their application to investments.