Vice President, Portfolio Analytics & Risk

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We are looking for a Vice President of Portfolio Analytics & Risk to will play a critical role in supporting and overseeing risk management functions within our firm. You will be responsible for developing and implementing effective risk management strategies, models, reports, and procedures across client portfolios, market research, and technology solutions.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide consultative solutions to support the unique needs of our clients and think outside of the box to manage risk factors of highly diversified and hybrid portfolios
  • Model private investments and asset allocations, and simulate NAVs and portfolio growth
  • Proactively monitor market conditions and portfolio exposures, and recommend necessary adjustments to mitigate portfolio risks and enhance risk-adjusted returns
  • Implement risk models (using Excel, VBA and MATLAB) and other tools to identify and monitor portfolio risk factors, stress test portfolios, and ensure compliance with risk management guidelines

Desired Profile:

  • 5-10 years’ experience in a risk management, analytical, or quantitative role, particularly within the asset allocator and wealth management space
  • Demonstrates a strong interest in working on a wide range of problems related to diverse asset classes and investment strategies. Understanding or interest in learning about alternative asset classes.
  • Highly proficiency in VBA and MATLAB for quantitative research, data analysis, and model implementation
  • Strong ability to access, manipulate, and clean large data sets from various databases and sources
  • Familiarity with risk measurement methodologies (e.g., VaR, stress testing, factor analysis) and risk management frameworks (e.g., risk budgeting, risk-adjusted performance metrics)
  • Knowledge of financial derivatives, options pricing models, and portfolio optimization techniques
  • Excellent problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, with the ability to analyze complex data sets and draw meaningful insights
  • Strong communication and presentation skills, with the ability to explain quantitative concepts to non-technical stakeholders
  • Bachelor's degree in finance, economics, mathematics, statistics, or a related field. Advanced degree (e.g., MBA, MSc) with a focus on quantitative finance or risk management is preferred
  • Professional certifications such as FRM, CQF, or CFA are desirable.

Compensation Range: $170k-$200k Base (approximately)

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