Investment Analyst, Debt Investments 

Investment Analyst, Debt Investments 

Major Australian Financial Institution- Permanent Role- CBD Location | Exceptional opportunity for high-performing; early-career macro-economist. Must have passion for macro strategy & research.

Attractive Remuneration Package + Bonus

This is an outstanding opportunity to join one of Australia’s premier institutional fund managers supporting the Chief Economist and asset class teams with the provision of timely, relevant and perceptive information and macro and micro analysis. 

The role of Analyst is to assist in researching the macro economic outlook and the key asset allocation decisions requiring an enquiring and astute intellect; a strong analytical skills set; and the ability to gather economic data. Tasks include: 

  • Building and streamlining databases, and produce high level presentations & reports for internal and external stakeholders
  • Continuing to develop the Economics team capability by providing economic insights and analysis across all asset classes
  • Supporting the Chief Economist’s industry presence with strong presentation and research skills at a global macroeconomic level 

To apply, you will be degree qualified with an Econometrics or Finance at honours level, and 1-3 years’ experience as an economist in either public or private sector. You will have a strong interest in financial markets and show an understanding of investment principles and instruments, in particular how they affect the pension/superannuation industry.  Critical is your strong eye for detail, your drive, quantitative skills, ability to work within a fast paced yet collaborative environment and your ability to solve problems using strong critical thinking.  Advanced MS Office skills essential and familiarity with major economic databases and statistical software is key.

For more information please contact Emma O’Donohue on (03) 9604 0200 


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