Performance Analyst Intern

Claremont

Details

Closing Date
2021/03/31
Reference Number
COR201008-2
Job Title
Performance Analyst Intern
Job Type Classification
Permanent
Location – Country
South Africa
Location – Province
Western Cape
Location – Town / City
Claremont, Cape Town
Job Description
Introducing a fantastic opportunity for a newly qualified graduate to start a career in performance analysis at Coronation Fund Managers. This graduate needs to have a quantitative background and must have majored in subjects such as mathematics, statistics, actuarial science or quantitative finance. This is a great opportunity to join an established and high performing team in a leading asset management company.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Full involvement in the performance cycle • Responsible for daily and monthly performance procedure • Ad hoc performance queries • Ex-post performance and risk analysis • Compiling and evaluating performance data for business pitches • Responsible for the performance data sign off process • Maintenance of performance databases • Maintenance of performance systems
Ideal Experience
• Understanding of operational work-flow, performance and attribution methodologies and portfolio risk statistics. • An excellent understanding of investment strategies, financial instruments, and markets. • Understanding of detailed investment data sets and fund accounting data
Ideal Qualifications
• Financial mathematics or statistical orientation • BBusSci/ BComm (Actuarial, Quantitative Management) • BSc (Maths, Statistics)
Most Important Attribute
Analytical and incredible attention to detail.
Systems Knowledge
• Good systems knowledge and skills required • Excel essential • Statpro (Performance & Attribution, Interactive) an advantage • Morningstar Direct, INet an advantage • SQL knowledge an advantage
Job Specification
Intern Performance Analyst_Oct 2020.pdf (179.13 kb) – 10/8/2020 2:29:02 PM
Policy
*For South African roles only – Please note that in order to meet objectives set in our Employment Equity plan, preference will be given to suitably qualified candidates from designated groups.*