About MJ Hudson
MJ Hudson is an asset management consultancy, listed on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange.
Specialising in alternative assets, we work with both well-known and emerging teams, helping launch new firms, new funds and new services. Once they are launched, we provide flexible support to help them operate more efficiently and deliver better returns to their stakeholders. MJ Hudson has invested heavily in data, technology, and analytics, allowing us to provide real time insights to our clients, helping them optimise everything they do.
From our London headquarters and our offices across Europe and North America, our team of over 250 professionals works for many of the world’s most significant investors and managers.
We started as a law firm, but now our services include law, regulation, fund administration, ESG (responsible investing), investor relations, investment consulting, research, and analytics.
Working at MJ Hudson, you will get more exposure, more quickly to one of the world’s most significant and fast-growing industries.
At MJ Hudson, we recognise that diversity makes for good business as it stimulates more ideas, opinions and perspectives. We are committed to the maintenance of a professional inclusive environment that recruits, retains, develops, remunerates, and promotes all of our people. We embrace diversity as fundamental to the promotion of our company’s values and understand that diversity and inclusion has an invaluable influence on MJ Hudson and all that we aspire to be.
About the role
The Associate will be a core member of the research team and will assist with a variety of high-impact projects for institutional clients. The team covers all asset classes with the focus being on alternative investments, specifically alternative risk premia, hedge funds and private markets.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities
Candidates must have an upper-second level degree from a good university, ideally in finance, mathematics, engineering, sciences or business.
Candidates must be physically located and eligible to live and work in the United Kingdom.