Investment Manager Research Analyst - Technical Writer

Employer
Bank of America Corporation
Location
New York, NY, USA
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Mar 20, 2018
Closes
Mar 22, 2018
Job Function
Other
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
Job Description:

Bank of America-Merrill Lynch is currently seeking an Investment Manager Research Analyst to be in charge of writing analyst commentary and communications for our Traditional and Alternative Investments Due Diligence teams which select investment strategies for client investment. The candidate must have strong investment knowledge and communication skills, an ability to develop and articulate investment insights, and a strong understanding of global financial markets. This is a Vice President level position based in lower Manhattan.

Responsibilities Include:
Primarily responsible for the successful design, writing, editing , delivery, management, communication and/or administration of the due diligence team's marketing documents and analyst communications. Communications maybe in the form of electronics, print, face-to-face, video or writing.
Preparing insightful and opinionated communications in a timely manner regarding material manager events, implementation ideas, market developments, performance issues, whitepapers etc. to internal advisors and business partners
Participating in project management implementation
Traveling (approximately 10%)

Qualifications:

5+ Years of experience in financial services (such as asset management, investment bank, endowment/pension fund, rating agencies, manager due diligence, etc)
A team first approach that wants to meaningfully contribute to a collaborative working environment
Significant knowledge of global capital markets, fundamental valuation analysis, financial modeling, asset allocation, and market research
Demonstrated analytical skills who can build and defend well supported investment opinions based on insights drawn from interviews, intellectual curiosity, data analysis and peer group awareness. Additionally, the individual must have an ability to concisely deliver these insights both verbally and in professional written form with little required editing.
Organizational and time management skills in order to meet deadlines
Strong quantitative skills and knowledge of investment-related statistics
Working knowledge of Excel, Word, Power Point
Bachelor's Degree Required
MBA, MS, JD, or other relevant advanced degree preferred
CFA Charterholders or candidates preferred, or willingness to work toward CFA designation
Series 7, 63 and 65 (or Series 7 and 66) required (may gain licenses after start - unlicensed candidates may be considered if willing to obtain licenses after start date).

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

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