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Senior Performance Analyst

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Job Title: Senior Performance Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Contact Name: Adam Small
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Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

You will be an expert in performance measurement, will understand from first principles, all calculations and methodologies pertaining to, and the calculation of, investment performance and attribution across all asset types used within the firm. Ideally, you will also should also have a working knowledge of basic risk principles.


Key Responsibilities

  • Production of the Department’s regular performance reports for both internal and external clients using both 3rd party software and manual calculations.

  • In-depth analysis of performance over-time for in-house funds and client mandates on the request of managers or on a proactive basis.

  • Respond to all internal and external client queries on all performance related matters in a prompt and comprehensive manner.

  • Continuously review and improve performance related processes within the department to enhance and advance the quality of output. Ensure output to end-users is meeting their requirements and improving the sophistication or reporting in relation to feedback.

  • Maintain all software and internally created performance databases and with the external relationships if applicable.

  • To help with risk-based queries where needed and provide cover for holidays and illness on regular production based work.


Skills & Experience

  • An extremely high level of Microsoft Excel and database ability (VBA).

  • Essential to have a thorough knowledge of performance measurement and associated ratios and statistics.

  • Must be an excellent written and oral communicator.

  • Must be able to integrate and participate in a Team.

  • Be able to solve complex performance related problems quickly and efficiently using all the tools available.

  • Should have exposure to a wide client base and all asset-classes

Ref: | Published: 16 Apr 2019