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Monitoring Analyst

£30000 - £45000 per annum


Job Duties:

Portfolio Monitoring Reporting

  • Ensuring the monitoring of all IMA/Regulatory/client guidelines for funds under individual responsibility are captured in Portfolio Monitoring systems
  • On-going maintenance and improvement of the portfolio monitoring processes with a focus on standardisation and automation
  • Timely daily review of all breaches and accurate interpretation
  • Timely escalation and resolution of portfolio breaches and fund manager warnings.
  • Timely and complete production and distribution of breach reports
  • Ensuring the Head of Portfolio Monitoring is kept informed of all progress and issues
  • Question and challenge contradictory/inappropriate guideline proposals/amendments with IB/CRM’s etc.
  • Liase with relevant business areas to agree and maintain timetables for specific desk reviews of current guidelines.
  • Forming and maintaining effective working relationships with Portfolio Monitoring team members and other Risk analysts
  • Maintaining an open and effective dialogue with Fund Managers in relation to monitoring issues, reporting and client changes.

Skills Required

  • A solid understanding of the investment process
  • Knowledge of markets and products
  • Good asset type knowledge
  • Intermediate to advance Excel knowledge
  • Good interpersonal skills - including verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong communication skills – especially in relation to fund managers and client teams
  • Determined, self-motivated and resourceful to achieve objectives
  • Ability to absorb, interpret, apply and communicate information effectively
  • Problem solving ability

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.

 

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