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About the position

TITLE: Investment Associate (Quantitative Management Associates LLC – Newark, NJ; Full-time)

DUTIES: Manage equity and fixed income portfolios, participate in formulating portfolio strategy, and conduct financial and macro research. Serve as lead portfolio manager for the Emerging Market selection fund and co-manager for the Asia portfolio and UBI EM Debt Portfolio. Support portfolio managers for other funds. Assume responsibility for the Healthcare and Utilities sector for the Global portfolio. Contribute to the monthly investment outlook and strategy documents, including macro research on China, Taiwan, and Korean economies. Build, maintain, and further refine macro and investment strategy models including Equity strategy model, global sector model, and Emerging Markets Equity model used as input into QMA’s portfolio management and strategy services. Build and maintain several of the sector models used in QMA’s portfolio management service. Build and maintain new investment models as needed. Quantitative Management Associates LLC is EOE.

Qualifications

REQTS: Master’s degree or foreign equivalent in Finance, Investment Management, Financial Engineering, or a related field plus five (5) years of experience in the position offered or as a Senior Financial Analyst, Financial Analyst, Research Assistant or related position. Must have five (5) years of experience with: portfolio construction and management; following and analyzing asset classes; risk analytics tools for equity & fixed income portfolios; econometrics including econometric statistical packages; utilizing Excel to build, maintain and update models and portfolios; financial modeling including developing and maintaining models; financial analysis including cash flow analysis and forecasting; data collection and maintaining databases; Bloomberg; Factset; EM Sovereign & Local Credit markets; credit analysis of EM corporate credits; monitoring exposures and risk analysis of corporate credit in local EM credit portfolios; and programming languages including MATLAB/R.

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