Operations Analyst Operations Analyst …

Winton
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
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highly competitive + excellent benefits
Winton
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
highly competitive + excellent benefits
Winton
We are looking to hire an Operations Analyst to support a wide range of operational tasks to support the growth of the private fund business in China.

Responsibilities:  

  • Perform daily reconciliations of the private funds/investment advisory accounts.  Promptly liaise with counterparties to resolve any discrepancies.
  • Maintain clients’ data at fund dealing periods, liaise with different stakeholders (e.g. custodians/service providers) when necessary. 
  • Prepare Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Quarterly reports for management information, and for various regulatory purposes.
  • Provide support in account openings/onboarding processes. 
  • Provide operational services and support to internal teams in different business areas. 
  • Identify, measure and minimise operational risks.  Participate in system enhancement/process improvement projects.
  • Work within team shift system where necessary and provide occasional ‘on-call’ support to cover out-of-hours business or public holidays as required.

 

Requirements:

  • 1-3 years’ experience in fund administrations/operations, ideally with a fund administration service provider/mutual fund manager.  
  • Basic understanding of onshore futures & equity markets.
  • Knowledge of general fee structures in the fund industry is highly desirable. 
  • A team player but must also be comfortable working independently.
  • Meticulous, diligent and attention to detail are a must.
  • AMAC/CSRC practice qualification acquired or eligible.
  • Fluent in English and Mandarin.
Company Overview

Winton is a research-based investment management company with a single-minded focus on statistical and mathematical inference in financial markets. Founded in 1997 by CEO David Harding, the firm manages approximately $20 billion of assets for many of the world’s largest pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, banks and fund platforms.

The global financial markets are the world’s most highly evolved computational process, receiving a continual deluge of inputs, synthesising them into a huge matrix of fluctuating securities prices, and retransmitting the signals back, nearly instantaneously, to every corner of the planet.

We use technology and mathematics to investigate this process and to uncover abstract patterns and order that can be used to forecast the probability distribution of outcomes within it. We then develop and implement algorithms designed to profit from this order, to help invest and grow the money people are saving for their future.

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