Senior Portfolio Manager, Multi-Asset

Role Summary

This role will report directly to Head of Multi-Asset. The selected candidate will be part of our Multi-Asset team and is an experience portfolio manager responsible for creating customized investment solutions to meet specific clients’ requirements with an aim to achieve top quartile performance.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manages multi-asset portfolios to specific portfolio objectives with a specific focus on the risk/return relationship among multiple asset classes (i.e. equity, fixed income, commodities and currencies, etc).
  • Generate positive return on an absolute return basis, within the framework of a defined risk constraint.
  • Monitor investment positions taken, with incorporation of take profit or stop loss decisions
  • Contribute to the investment process with a strong emphasis on research and risk management.
  • Design and structure robust portfolios to achieve the financial objectives of our clients.
  • Identify medium term trends and draw investment insights from sector and company level developments.
  • Customize investment solutions to meet specific clients’ requirements.
  • Work with other investment teams and clients regarding portfolio design, investment strategies and strategic and tactical positioning.

Education Qualification

  • Degree qualified.

Experience and Skills

  • Minimum 15 years of portfolio management experience, with proven track record.
  • Possess deep understanding of at least one major asset class and a passion in investing.
  • Good team player, embrace a collaborative and open working culture.
  • Willing to speak up and challenge status quo.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication, demonstrates ability to communicate effectively to all stakeholders.
  • Ability to work under pressure and timeline.

Remuneration

  • Competitive and reward for performance.

Register your interest for the position by writing to careers@fullerton.com.sg with your CV, resume and transcript (for internships only).