Description de l'offre
The successful candidate will be a recent mathematics/finance/accounting graduate looking to build a career within financial services. An analytical mind and an ability to complete tasks to deadlines are pre-requisites.
Investment analysis entails searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack, and so candidates must be driven and enthusiastic about finance.
You will support a team of analysts in completing administrative tasks, while at the same time developing your reach and analytical skills. You’ll spend half of your time assisting the research process through administrative duties and the other half dealing with third parties, including financial advisers and asset managers.
Procuring and organising financial data
Undertaking administrative duties, such as onboarding processes for new clients (billing, invoicing and contract handling)
Conducting qualitative and quantitative analysis of investment and retirement products
Managing relationships with clients (advisers and providers) and other third-parties (journalists)
Working with the team to enhance the firm’s content and social media activities
Contributing to relevant team projects and ongoing development of the firm
Is this role for you?
If you are qualified, driven and looking to get a 'foot in the door' in a growing financial consultancy firm, then the position may be right for you.
A competitive salary
Non-contributory pension scheme
25+ days holiday
Cost of professional qualifications and memberships of CII/PFS/CISI
Send a CV and covering letter on why this is the right role for you.
Degree in a quantitative subject (Essential)
Advanced Excel skills (Essential)
MATLAB, R or other programming languages are a plus
Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise work
Financial/ Accounting Certificate/ Part Designation a plus (ACA, ACCA, Diploma in Financial Planning, IMC, etc.)