New York

Investor Relations


  • Assist with managing relationships with select current investors in different jurisdictions. Involves arranging regular update meetings/calls, responding to inquiries, and serving as a day-to-day point of contact.
  • Manage pitchbooks, newsletters, and risk reports for dedicated products.
  • Be acutely involved in the coordination of investor events, including the Global Volatility Summit, as well as smaller scale events, dinners, and webcasts.
  • Update firm wide pitchbooks and maintain presentation management software, Templafy.
  • Assist in completing investor and prospective investor standardized and ad hoc reporting.

Desirable Candidates:

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least 1-3 years of financial services experience preferred
  • Strong Computer / Analytical skills. CRM experience would be preferred
  • Motivated and proactive. Able to work independently within a team
  • Extremely organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize among many time-sensitive demands


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