• Goldman Sachs
  • $205,500.00 -205,500.00/year*
  • Mount Vernon , NY
  • Executive Management
  • Full-Time
  • 208 S 4th Ave


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Add your resume and apply to jobs with your Glassdoor profile. Create Profile. Job. Vice President with Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC in New York, NY.. Work Schedule: 40 hours per week (9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.). RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS. Duties: Vice President with Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC in New York, NY. Responsible for sourcing hedge fund managers globally. Conduct due diligence on hedge fund managers. Maintain investment coverage on external hedge fund manager platform, with a focus on U.S.-based tactical trading and macro hedge funds. Contribute to a range of group-wide initiatives including various research publications, client-related activities and events, and other business development initiatives. Sourcing, diligencing, and monitoring external hedge fund managers and strategies requires the candidate to: conduct investment research and analyses into investment strategies across various asset classes, including equities, government bonds, emerging market debt, currencies and commodities; understand the use of sophisticated instruments, trade construction, portfolio management, and risk management techniques across asset classes and financial markets; evaluate hedge fund strategies on the basis of quantitative analytics and qualitative metrics using a robust framework as part of manager selection process; utilize quantitative metrics such as Volatility, Beta, Alpha, Sharpe ratio, Information ratio, Calmar ratio, Sortino ratio and Correlation Analysis to analyze investment strategy performance; actively participate in due diligence visits and calls with portfolio managers and research analysts and make investment decisions for client portfolios; write research and commentary on manager-level and industry-level performance and related topics; prepare detailed memos, synthesize due diligence process and final recommendation, and present investment decisions to Investment Committee; utilize economic and econometric framework in analyzing investment themes; utilize advanced Microsoft Office skills, including Excel (including data tables and regression analysis), PowerPoint and Word to conduct analyses, document, and communicate investment recommendations; and collaborate and coordinate across multiple teams globally.. Job Requirements: Bachelor's degree (U.S. or foreign equivalent) in Economics, Finance, Applied Mathematics, or related analytical field. Seven (7) years of experience in the job offered or a related financial due diligence role. Must have seven (7) years of experience with: conducting investment research and analyses across various fund strategies with exposure across multiple asset classes, including equities, government bonds, emerging market debt, currencies, volatility, and commodities; utilizing quantitative metrics (such as Volatility, Beta, Alpha, Sharpe ratio, Information ratio, Calmar ratio, Sortino ratio and Correlation Analysis) to analyze performance of strategies; utilizing knowledge of financial regulatory bodies, investment funds regulations and laws, as well as knowledge of the taxation applied to investor portfolios; utilizing knowledge of portfolio theory to understand portfolio risk and return profiles and to engage in portfolio construction discussions whenever appropriate; preparing research memos, synthesizing due diligence process and final recommendation and presenting investment decisions to investment committees; developing informed views on macroeconomic trends and markets to identify new investment themes used to help inform and create client portfolios; utilizing advanced Microsoft Office skills, specifically Excel (including data tables and regression analysis), PowerPoint and Word; collaborating and coordinating across local and global teams; demonstrating ability to explain complex ideas to senior management; and mediating discussions, meetings and presentations. FINRA Series 3 and Series 63 licenses required. Travel required 20% of the time to conduct on-site manager due diligence and monitoring of hedge fund managers located primarily within the United States, but also in Europe, Asia, and South America.
Associated topics: accounting, audit, cfa, chief finance officer, corporate banking, director finance, financial, invest, investor, risk

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