Project Manager - Fund Launch

Position
Project Manager - Fund Launch


Recruiter
Bruin


Location
City of London


Salary
Competitive


Date
24 July 2017


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Our client is recruiting for a Project Manager. The candidate will be asked to lead all operational aspects of the fund Launches, this includes middle, back office and Fund administrator impacts. The candidate should have experience of managing external Fund Administrators for both UCITS and Hedge funds.

Key Responsibilities:
Project planning and monitoring

Assisting business Operational workstream leaders to construct and monitor plans

Act as a cross Operational workstream contact

Present solutions to external parties

Construct full businesses cases

Design and construct business operating models

Key Skills:

Proven track record on Fund Launches both European and US (private and 40 Act)

Management of external partners and suppliers

Exposure to derivatives instruments and market practice / processes

Excellent communication skills – verbal, written and presentation

Independent of thought – able to work independently yet judge when to consult

Construct business operating models

Ideally the candidate will have a minimum 5 years hands-on experience project manager experience –
delivery of derivatives project is an advantage

Experience fund launches, including dependences and risks

Experience of operational support for launching UCITS funds

Experience of operational support for launching Hedge funds (AIFMD)

Experience of US fund vehicle launches an advantage (40Act, Collective Trusts and private funds)


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