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Head of Equities

Ref #: 905
Location: UK
Salary: Highly Competitive
Type: Permanent
Leading buy side firm is looking for an experienced Head of Equities person to manage a small team. Ideally you will have a background within fund management / wealth management environment.  Your main duties will include


Ensuring compliance within Investment Mandates with focus on Global Equities
Due diligence on equity securities
Equity risk management 
Client presentations/meetings
Equity product management including basic duties such as trade inputting and sign off supply of marketing support materials 


Daily duties 


Implement / enhance the in-house Equity investment process
Carry out fundamental bottom-up and analysis on equity holdings
Quantitative Analysis: Equity Screening and Scoring Models
Investment philosophy biased towards high-quality Income approach
Work closely with other analysts and with PMs in identifying ideas
Represent Equity Unit in front of Clients and Media
Ensure that portfolios are within constraints that have been established 
Fund Management: Maintain and enhance risk management procedures 
Fund Management: use of derivatives for tactical overlay risk management
Participate in various Investment Forums and enhance asset allocation process
Monitor and Validate Investment Performance
Contribute to regular Investment Desk reports
Work with the Client Relationship team as required to support AuM growth 
Staff Training


Qualification:


CF-30- Controlled Function
Regulatory requirement IMC or equivalent


Please only apply if you have suitable experience and we will only contact those applicants we believe are suitable.
 
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