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MASECO Private Wealth, a London-based, independent wealth management firm which specializes in looking after American clients with multi-jurisdictional wealth management issues, is looking for a Junior Analyst to join its investment team.
The ideal applicant would be a graduate with one to two years of experience in performance measurement and analysis.
The role will involve maintaining data integrity, supporting wealth pods and the wider investment team, with ad hoc and client-specific analysis.
What we’re looking for is someone with strong numerical and analytical skills, who is accustomed to paying close attention to detail, to ensure the highest level of quality is maintained. A degree education, to a minimum 2:1 standard, is required, ideally in a subject requiring mathematics and/or financial knowledge.
Excellent interpersonal skills are also required, as is a high standard of written and verbal communication.
In return, the successful candidate will enjoy an annual salary plus a discretionary bonus plan and a competitive benefits plan.
The closing date for applications is open-ended. For more information about the role, click here.
MASECO Private Wealth was founded in London in 2008 by three partners who had recently left Citi Smith Barney, which at the time was said to be the largest private client team in Europe.
Today the company has around US$1.9bn under management, and an outpost in Hong Kong. It is headquartered on the Strand in central London.
MASECO Private Wealth was an early advocate of the ethical investing and business philosophy, and in January 2014, became the first wealth manager in the UK to be awarded "B Corporation” certification.
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