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LDI Investment Risk Manager

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Date Posted

13 September 2022



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£70,000 - £90,000


Our client is a leading investment manager. Due to continued business success, they are now looking to recruit an Investment Risk Manager to join their high performing Investment Risk team.

The Investment Risk Manager will take responsibility for the following duties:

  • Responsible for collating quantitative data and performing analysis to support the lead Investment Risk Manager.
  • Design and advance risk frameworks and controls for new and existing portfolios.
  • Actively carry out ad-hoc analysis and reviews across portfolios.
  • Collate reports and provide recommendations to committees across the business, where appropriate.
  • Proactively keep up to date with changes in the regulatory environment and impacts on portfolios.

The Investment Risk Manager will meet the following skillset:

  • Minimum 5 years’ investment risk experience in an investment management environment.
  • Experience with Liability Driven Investment (LDI) is
  • Degree educated or equivalent.
  • Strong knowledge of risk measures and methodologies.
  • Able to demonstrate solid analytical and quantitative abilities.
  • Positive attitude towards problem-solving and excellent attention to detail.

If you believe your experience meets the criteria of Investment Risk Manager, please apply with a copy of your CV.

Note, this is a highly competitive position. We receive a high volume of applications and are unable to respond to each CV.

“Mason Blake acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers Mason Blake is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, marital status, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religious belief or age.”

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