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Manager Research Analyst - Fixed Income

  • Location:

    City of London

  • Sector:

    Investments

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    bonus + benefits

  • Contact:

    Hannah Burgess

  • Contact email:

    Hannah.Burgess@oliverjames.com

  • Job ref:

    JOB-092022-181461_1666770337

  • Published:

    10 Minuten her

  • Expiry date:

    2022-11-25

Leading partner led Pensions Consultancy with a dedicated research team seeking a Manager Research Analyst with a focus on fixed income, to join any of their UK offices | Competitive and negotiable salary + bonus

Oliver James are pleased to be working with a leading partner led Pensions Consultancy with a dedicated research team seeking a Manager Research Analyst with a focus on fixed income, to join any of their UK offices.

As a Senior Researcher within the team, your research responsibilities will include Public Fixed income, Private and infrastructure debt (working alongside private market specialist) and Property debt. You will work to support client facing consultants and in addition to working with clients directly and take responsibility for ESG evaluation as part of fund research, propose ESG ratings and determine how it affects the overall fund rating.

Role requirements:

  • Part or qualified CFA/FIA
  • Experience of working within an investment consultancy or research role for institutional clients (DB or DC pension funds, endowments, charities)
  • Practical experience in manager research, preferably within fixed income

This is an excellent opportunity to be in a dedicated manager research role with a business that prides themselves on their training and development. Plenty of progression on offer as part of a meritocratic environment.

For further details on this role or for a confidential discussion around how your role compares in the market, please don't hesitate to reach out on 0203 861 9173 or hannah.burgess@oliverjames.com.

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