A well established private bank is looking for a high calibre candidate to join as Investment Strategist. The position is based in Hong Kong.

Recruitment Intelligence Consultants Limited - Hong Kong - Full time

Salary: competitive package

  • Excellent Career Opportunity with Private Bank

Our client is a well establish private bank with an unparalleled reputation across the Asia Pacific region. With the continued growth of the organization, the need has arisen to recruit a high calibre candidate to join them.

The Strategist will focus his/her research on Greater China and will be responsible for generating investment ideas for portfolios, and for contributing to the management of the portfolios.  As an active member of the Investment Platform, this individual will be expected to provide themes and investment recommendations to Portfolio Managers by producing research and inputs to a range of investment processes.

Macroeconomic expertise - Monitoring, interpreting, and anticipating key trends and inflection points for economic growth, inflation, profits, currency, and economic policy. The Strategist will have a deep understanding of the macro economy, as well as political developments and governance trends. The role will include analysis, forecasting and assessment of key factors impacting global economies. In addition, the ability to bring unique perspectives on both cyclical and structural factors is essential. Identifying key thematic trends in the economy is also important.

Investment acumen and passion - Supporting the mission of Strategy by focusing on global financial markets to translate macroeconomic research into investable ideas that are applicable across asset classes. To generate investment ideas to support the firm's tactical and thematic investments.

To be considered, you should be a degree holder with a minimum of 8 years of relevant professional experience, Buy or Sell-side, ideally gained in a macroeconomic analysis role(s), e.g. Economist/Strategist. Strong economist, with an appetite to overlap macro theme with market outcomes. An understanding of, and some experience within, the APAC region (economies, politics and history) is desirable. Demonstrable analytical skills, and knowledge of economics and financial markets. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, both oral and written.

Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to quoting reference eFC3564.

(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)