The position reports to the Chief Investment Officer. This position is responsible for managing portions of the Society’s more than $2 billion investment portfolio as assigned. The selected candidate will work closely with the Chief Investment Officer and the Investment Analyst in all aspects of portfolio management.
The foundation is looking for an investment analyst to help manage a $2.4 billion global portfolio of marketable investments, including long-only equity, long/short equity, absolute return, credit, and fixed-income securities.
Our team is seeking a Content Associate to assist with the weekly production, distribution, and promotion of the podcast and associated content channels. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, researching future guests, assisting with the editing of audio transcripts and other pre-production elements, supporting our social media strategy, and podcast data management, among other ad hoc projects. Experience in the financial services and/or podcast industry is a plus. Passion for financial markets and investing is preferred. This role will be a 1099 employee. Our ideal candidate will be contracted for three months with the option to convert to full-time if there is mutual interest.
Reporting to the Managing Director, Operational Due Diligence (ODD), the incumbent’s main role will be to conduct ODD, mainly evaluating the quality of CDPQ’s external managers by managing business risk, including operational, reputational and fraud risks.
The Investment Analyst supports the Investment Office through a wide variety of functions including research, quantitative analysis, due diligence, preparation of presentation materials, and management of key systems and databases. The Investment Office spends considerable time identifying and cultivating relationships with firms and managers that can add value to Cedars-Sinai's portfolio and help achieve targeted return objectives. The office's due diligence efforts focus on qualitative and quantitative research at both the asset class level and the individual firm/manager level. Your primary duties include:
As a Principal Stakeholder Engagement and Strategic Investments, you will be responsible for developing and executing stakeholder engagement strategies tailored to the Investment Subcommittee, Finance Committee, Executive Leadership, donors and various other internal and external stakeholders. This role requires someone who has a passion for investments, the securities markets and macroeconomic information. In addition, the successful candidate will be able to synthesize substantial amounts of information for a diverse set of stakeholders, assembling reports and presentations that represent the Investment Office.
The Investment Analyst is an integral part of a small team investing Cook Children’s approximately $4 billion foundation with a focus on public equities, hedge funds, commodities, bonds, private equity, venture capital, natural resources, and real estate opportunities across the globe through active managers. The firm anticipates hiring a candidate that has achieved an excellent academic record, displays intellectual curiosity, and has a strong work ethic. The team consists of eight members based in Fort Worth, TX.
This is a two-year program with a third year earned based upon strong performance. After two or three
years, analysts have numerous career avenues including graduate school, buy-side investment firms such
as hedge funds or venture capital firms, or continuing their careers at an endowment or foundation. This
program typically begins in June or July.
With current assets under management valued in excess of $500 billion, CPP Investments is a professional investment management organization that globally invests the funds of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) to help ensure long-term sustainability. The CPP Fund is projected to reach $3 trillion by 2050. CPP Investments invests in all major asset classes, including public equity, private equity, real estate, infrastructure and fixed-income instruments, and is headquartered in Toronto with offices in Hong Kong, London, Luxembourg, Mumbai, New York City, San Francisco, São Paulo and Sydney.
CPPIB is currently recruiting for a Senior Associate to join the Growth Equity team which sits within the Private Equity Department. This role will primarily be focused on evaluating, executing, and managing venture capital and growth fund investments. The position will be based in San Francisco, with travel expected.
The Dallas-based fund is seeking an Associate Portfolio Manager to lead the research and asset allocation activities for all Target Date Funds and Target Risk Funds under the Director of Public Investments.
Ellen Ellison is looking for an investment analyst to join the HICO Investment Team. This person will be instrumental in constructing a green-field endowment model portfolio over the next five years.
The J. Paul Getty Trust is the world’s largest cultural and philanthropic organization dedicated to the visual arts. The Trust’s Investment Office manages a diversified portfolio of $9 billion in investment assets. Analysts will join a rotational program that provides the unique opportunity to work across asset classes by spending a year as an integral member of each of our three teams: Private Equity and Venture Capital, Public Equity and Real Assets, or Absolute Return and Credit.
LPPI manages £18.5bn of pension assets for local government pension schemes and is looking to bring on a Senior Analyst for Global Equities.
Single Family Office looking for an experienced Chief Investment Officer to oversee and grow a diversified portfolio of assets. We are looking for someone who will have independent authority to act on investments without a laborious approval process. We would like to find a partner that is completely aligned with the office and its objectives. Therefore, we will offer co-investment options to the CIO. The family is interested in doing unique deals that don’t rely on the old structures of the past while taking a very long-term approach to investing.
The $3 billion backer of alternative asset managers is looking to bring on an Investment Analyst focused on hedge funds.
The $3 billion backer of alternative asset managers is looking to bring on a Director focused on hedge funds.
$3.5 billion community foundation is bringing on an Investment Director to assist with the oversight of the various investment functions of the trust and their intersection with NYCT’s charitable work.
The Office of Investments is looking for someone with a thirst for knowledge, a strong work ethic, a passion for investing, and that is a team-oriented individual. The Investment Manager will focus on the university’s private investment portfolio and will report to the Head of Private Investments.