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Bank of Singapore offers private markets and alternative investment opportunities to clients. This role requires due-diligence, execution, marketing and client-servicing of private markets funds as well as co-investment transactions, structuring and referrals. As a member of the Private Markets & Alternatives team, the candidate will work closely with relationship managers to meet clients' investment objectives as well as collaborate with other departments of the Bank. The candidate should ideally have a minimum of 8-10 years of work experience, preferably at least 5 years in an established private equity firm with co-investment and structuring background. Relevant experience in investment banking or law firms dealing with private equity transactions and structuring could be considered. Responsibilities Originate and structure private markets funds and co-investment opportunities for ultra-high net worth (UHNW) clients. This entails design, implementation and management of investment vehicles/structures, which may include:
Performing and leading various product launch workstreams, for example, financial, commercial, tax and legal due diligence.
Reviewing and negotiating agreements, offering memoranda and documentation relating to investment structures.
Managing and liaising with legal, compliance, tax advisors and other service providers for the negotiation and drafting of legal transaction documentation.
Representative projects, for example working with external providers for the establishment of investment vehicles.
Strengthen existing Private Markets & Alternatives platform. The new hire will assist the team in the build-out of private markets and hedge funds from:
sourcing, reviewing and due diligence on global private markets and hedge fund opportunities; to
managing the approval process, internally and externally with the relevant regulatory bodies ; to
bank-wide marketing and advisory of alternatives offering to front office staff and making presentations to clients; to
leading private markets related projects and working closely with other departments of the Bank to optimize the client's private markets portfolio; to
monitoring of existing alternatives products and required follow up with relationship managers.
8-10 years of work experience, preferably at least 5 years in an established private equity firm with co-investment and structuring background. Relevant experience in investment banking or law firms dealing with private equity transactions and structuring could be considered.
Knowledge of partnership documentation, accounting, as well as investment vehicle/structures tax efficiency and structuring is preferred.
Strong analytical and interpersonal skills.
Able to work independently with strong project & task management skills to manage multiple projects at any one time.
Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.