Quantitative Analyst - Investment Strategy

  • £EXC
  • London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Meredith Brown Associates
  • 13 Aug 18 2018-08-13

This leading, independently owned, investment manager who provide services for private clients, charities and institutions, currently have a high-profile role available within their Investment Strategy Team:

Role & Responsibilities

Provide direct support to the Partner and Fund Managers

  • Produce quantitative indicators on the global equity market
  • Experience of building and analysing quantitative equity models
  • Construction of the economic and technical frameworks for the committees that are responsible for setting asset allocation weightings.
  • Provide commentary on latest economic and political news and its potential impact on the markets.
  • Direct the output of sector specialists in conjunction with other senior Fund Managers
  • Provide the data analysis and assist with the preparation of strategy reports for fund managers
  • Where applicable provide strategic advice on asset allocation to institutional and private client fund managers
  • Able to build relationships with third parties providing them with clear and accurate information on which to base their decisions


Background & Experience

  • Educated to at least degree level.
  • Relevant professional qualification(s) e.g. CFA or CISI is desirable
  • Demonstrable knowledge with appropriate industry experience, buy side or sell side
  • Extensive experience of building and producing quants models
  • Strong numerical and spreadsheet skills, including regression, econometrics etc.
  • Preferably able to use Datastream, Eikon, Bloomberg.
  • Ability to interpret complex economic data and their impact on markets across a range of countries and make appropriate recommendations.
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) with experience as a financial journalist an advantage.
  • Be able to do ad hoc projects in a timely manner

Please note that due to the high volume of applicants responding to our adverts we are regrettably not able to feedback on all applications; only successful candidates will be contacted