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The Associate Analyst is responsible for supporting the team's efforts to analyze and invest client assets in smaller, exchange-listed U.S. growth companies. Additionally, Associate Analysts construct valuation models for stock-listed U.S. companies and perform in-depth industry analysis and research.
Conduct supporting due diligence on smaller U.S. based companies by communicating with industry participants and tracking domestic business news.
Model and analyze financials of U.S. domiciled companies.
Support Equity Analysts as they advise portfolio managers on relative attractiveness of individual U.S. equities.
Monitor and help Equity Analysts cover and predict various industry trends over time, across growth sectors such as health care, technology, consumer, financials, etc.
Follow legislative and political developments that may bear on portfolio companies and the macroeconomic environment, gathering relevant data as appropriate.
Give analytical help to Equity Analysts as they identify promising investment themes.
Bachelor's degree (showing a high level of academic achievement), in a subject that provides skills and context for supporting Equity Analysts in analyzing investments within the U.S.
Minimum of 2 years experience as a Financial Analyst or Management Consultant.
Quantitative and qualitative analytical skills to perform company, industry, and economic analysis.
Proficiency with research tools, such as Microsoft Excel and database management.
Eligibility to work in U.S. without company sponsorship.
Fluency in English.
Strong math orientation and numerical aptitude.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to work well independently and as a member of a team which includes the ability to be flexible and adaptable and take initiative on one's own.
High level of organization.
Dynamic and confident personality with ability to make a persuasive argument.
Progress toward the CFA designation.
Experience with R, Python, SQL, or similar data mining tools preferred. *Demonstrated track record of Academic success