Green Court Capital Management (GCCM) is one of the leading China-focused asset management companies, with over US$12.8 billion in client assets under management (as of 31 March 2021). With offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore, the company focuses on fundamentally driven, bottom-up stock-picking in publicly listed Chinese companies wherein the investment team’s pedigree traces back to 2004. The team’s long track record, deep-conviction investment style, and robust operating model has attracted high quality clientele worldwide, including pension plans, endowments and foundations, sovereign funds, retirement plans and other world-class allocators of capital. A strong culture permeates the company, emphasizing integrity, partnership and long-term results. This culture, coupled with our flat organizational structure, makes it an ideal place to work for entrepreneurial, self-motivated individuals. The company is committed to being recognized globally as a preeminent investment organization.
GCCM has forty-two team members across three offices (Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore) and we are looking for an individual to join the non-investment side of our business as an Associate in the Legal and Compliance (L&C) Function. The L&C Function at GCCM covers a range of specialist business functions that support our investment and business operations such as regulatory, investments and AML/KYC matters of an investment management firm, driving regulatory initiatives and promoting a good compliance culture within the firm. Your main responsibilities will be supporting the L&C Function including the following:
We are looking for candidates that possess a strong work ethic and have an inquisitive mindset, who excel in an open and collegial working environment. Applicants should have the following qualifications and attributes:
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