Quantitative Investment Risk | Asset Management

Position
Quantitative Investment Risk | Asset Management


Recruiter
Selby Jennings


Location
Singapore


Salary
Competitive


Date
17 July 2017


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Our client is a leading Investment Management firm with strong Investments across Asia Pacific. We are hiring a Quantitative Analyst & Investment Risk professional to be based in the Singapore office.

Our ideal candidate for this role should have at least 8 to 9 years of experience in Performance, Investment Risk, Quantitative Analysis, an Investments role or a related position. We are keen to see Quantitative and Risk candidates who have an understanding of the Investment Life Cycle.

The main responsibilities for the Performance & Investment Risk role with the Asset Management firm in Singapore:

Work on developing and implementing Performance Analysis, Performance Measurement and Benchmarking for the Investment firm

Enhance and develop frameworks to monitor Performance of portfolios and implement measures to identify drivers of the Investment Portfolios

Performance Attribution

Backtesting and expected returns calculations

Work with Investments Teams on portfolio and asset allocation

We invite all experienced Quantitative Risk, Performance or related candidates who are keen on this Quantitative Investment Risk role with the Asset Management firm in Singapore to please call Natasha at +65 6589 4410 for a confidential discussion or click on apply below with your applications.
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