Please submit a Cover Letter with your CV and state which department you would be interested in joining.
London – UK Consultant Relations
London – Operations
London – Funds Client Services
The Funds Client Service team covers a multitude of functions and manage significant global relationships with both internal and external stakeholders such as administrators, external asset managers, distributors, private banks, etc. The successful candidate will participate in the team’s day to day processes, such as investor onboarding, fund launches, distributor oversight and investor query management. We have also identified three key projects for this program which cover a wide range of the roles and responsibilities within the team:
London – Fund Oversight
We will decide on a main project for them nearer the time (it might be around transaction cost exceptions) but we will focus on teaching them:
London – Private Equity
London – Information Technology
London – Insurance Analytics
London – EMEA Sales
The EMEA family office team is responsible for managing relationships with single and multi-family offices across EMEA. This complex group has different needs and requirements with regards to the strategies in which they invest and the day-to-day client servicing. The internship will be a good opportunity to gain exposure to a broad and varied client base that invests widely across equities, fixed income, and alternatives. Responsibilities will include assisting with:
London – Multi Asset/Equity
London – Risk
London – Product Strategy
Assist in ongoing SFDR/ESG research as the market and peer group develops Deep dive on key peers Research into private markets, in particular “democratised” products: ELTIF, semi-liquid solutions Joint projects between Market Intel and Marketing
Assist in the preparation of annual product reviews New products: support in the drafting of product proposal papers including investment process description, fee analysis Participation in new product launch onboarding meetings Template review; product specification documents, MIFID II Target Market Analysis matrix, Benchmark matrix Maintenance of regional Product Development Pipeline
London / Netherlands – Emerging Markets Debt
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