Hedge Funds, Research Analysis: currently 44 jobs.The latest job was posted on 16 Aug 17.
Hedge Funds, Research Analysis
Hedge funds deal with accredited investors with sophisticated needs. The goal is to generate high returns through speculative investments. Research analysis is a core function in this industry as they have to work in high risk scenarios and deploy advance strategies like long-short position, global macro, derivative positions, statistical arbitrage etc. Anyone looking for a job as a research analyst in hedge funds can peruse the opportunities listed on efinancialcareers.com.
For success in this job area, trade ideas and strategies across multiple asset classes, strong qualitative analytics, and strong written and verbal communication skills are some of the basic requirements.
The market for hedge funds has revived since the economic recession and has shown a marked improvement. The year 2013 witnessed the estimated size of the global hedge fund industry as being $2.4 trillion.
Research analysts help senior analysts and portfolio managers in building investments into the fund’s portfolio. A junior-level analyst for a hedge fund based in New York City will require an under-graduate degree and a minimum of one year of work experience.
While London and Toronto have research analysis jobs, the market for it in the United States supersedes all others. Reputed companies such as Mesirow Financial and Michael Page International in Chicago as well as Mizuho Bank and Analytic Recruiting Inc. in New York are brimming with opportunities.
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