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Redburn is one of Europe's largest independent equities brokers. It provides institutional investors with research and trading in European equity markets. It is renowned for its focus on quality and premium client service, while our independence avoids the potential conflicts of interest prevalent in the equity research market. Redburn has a partnership ethos, with an inclusive culture and strong entrepreneurial spirit. There are over 170 people based in the City of London, Paris and Madrid and a further 25 based in Manhattan.
You may have recently qualified with an ACA qualification, or you may have done so previously and may now be early in your sustainability career. This job is intended to support and deliver the roll out of ESG research coverage on our multi-sector universe. The successful candidate will work in collaboration with Redburn's fundamental research teams and provide additional thematic research looking specifically into human capital and social impact. It is our intention that within a year, this candidate will take on dedicated ESG stock coverage, opening up the opportunity to influence both investors and companies. The candidate will also have the opportunity to mentor, and aid the development of, other members in the team. Initially the role will involve:
Supporting Redburn Research teams to build up full coverage of our ESG universe
Building ESG models, collecting and analysing new ESG data
Creating, maintaining and updating client presentations
Monitoring ESG news flow
Contributing to and distributing ESG Research and the ESG Newsletter
Developing a working understanding of UK, European and US companies
Responding to client requests and contributing to client meetings
Attending company meetings and industry conferences
Talking to companies about their ESG credentials
Using all of the above to build experience and understanding of the financially material sustainability factors that drive value and risk.
Only candidates who provide both a CV and Statement (see below on how to apply) will be considered.
The ideal candidate will have:
Passion for, and commitment towards, sustainability topics and financial markets
A university degree or equivalent qualification
An ACA qualification
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong Excel and analytical skills
Intellectual flair, ambition, independent thinking, initiative and self-sufficiency
The ability to think outside the box, solve problems creatively and embrace challenges
Market rate salary plus discretionary cash bonus. Private Medical, Life and Income Protection Insurance. 9% company contribution to pension scheme. 25 days' holiday per annum rising to 30 days after 5 years' service.
Successful applicants can look forward to:
Stimulating work in a fast-paced, intellectually challenging environment
Accelerated exposure and responsibility
A culture of collaboration, integrity, and high performance
Contributing to the creation of truly sustainable financial markets.
If you share a passion for sustainability and high performance, value a collegiate and collaborative culture, and approach everything with the highest integrity, we look forward to hearing from you. Please send/attach:
A 'Statement', between 250-500 words, explaining why sustainable finance matters to you.
Only candidates who provide both a CV and Statement will be considered.
Successful candidates will be contacted for interview.