• Competitive package
  • Hong Kong
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Recruitment Intelligence Consultants Limited
  • 30 Sep 16

An international financial institution is looking for top calibre candidates to join as Hedge Funds Research Analyst. The position is based in Hong Kong.

  • International Financial Institution
  • Excellent Opportunity

Our client is an international financial institution renowned for its diversified investment management services and products.  They are now seeking for top calibre candidates to join them in Hong Kong.

Provide support on research and monitoring of hedge fund and equity long only investments in Asia. Prepare various research documents for the Investment Committee on investments in underlying hedge fund and long only strategies.  Maintain strong communication with the market and identify and evaluate hedge fund talent at an early stage. Supervise and assist in improved organization and management of databases on the Asian desk. Contribute to client interaction via analysis and preparation of client presentations and newsletters. Conduct research on bespoke market opportunities and thematics, as required. Operate within a dynamic, intensive, market focused, and globally oriented research and investment team set-up.

To be considered, you will be a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with around 3 to 7 years’ of direct investment experience in fund management or trading, or in hedge fund research and investment. Natural interest in financial markets and various hedge fund strategies. Statistical/mathematical orientation, with advanced skills on spreadsheets, would count towards preferred attributes. Excellent communication and presentation skills.         Proficiency in Mandarin is a plus.    Excellent command of written and spoken English. Impeccable credentials on integrity and work ethic. High quality references are a must.

Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to mho@ric.com.hk or by fax to (852) 2838 3323 quoting reference eFC2633.

(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)