Portfolio Manager, Infrastructure EMEA

London, United Kingdom
Jul 12, 2017
Jul 15, 2017
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time

Your Role

Are you keen to join a dynamic team that is seeking to generate attractive risk adjusted returns from equity investments in infrastructure?

Are you a self-starter that works both well in a team and independently?

We are looking for a portfolio manager / investment manager to join Direct Infrastructure Equity. The candidate will

• analyze infrastructure investment opportunities across OECD Europe and potentially further abroad
• originate and execute investments including due diligence, contract negotiation, financing and decision-making
• manage portfolio assets
• evaluate and monitor asset and portfolio performance and asset valuations

Your Team

Direct Infrastructure Equity is an institutional infrastructure manager providing acquisition, asset management and portfolio management expertise for its clients. As a professional fiduciary, we identify, acquire and manage infrastructure assets varying in size from $50 million to over $300 million. These assets are typically held through closed-end funds. We focus on raising funds, sourcing and executing transactions and managing assets held in funds.

Your experience and skills
• You have at least 6 years' experience in a banking / principal investment roles / engineering
• You have infrastructure investing / advisory experience
• You have strong technical skills (research, deal structuring, valuation, working knowledge of tax strategies)
• You have a network that you can leverage to originate deals
• You have proven ability to successfully lead and co-ordinate transaction teams
• You have financial modelling and forecasting skills
• You are able to research and evaluate opportunities 
• Degree educated, ideally with a post-graduate qualification; investment management qualification and/or the CFA designation are a plus
• You have excellent communication skills, both spoken and written
• European languages (e.g. German, Spanish etc.) are considered a substantial advantage