Fixed Income Portfolio Manager

  • Negotiable
  • Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Azon Capital Markets
  • 26 Feb 19

Portfolio Manager with responsibility for managing the fixed income and credit allocation across a number of total return funds, This encompasses analysing the Macro Environment, recommending appropriate investment strategies and investing across a broad range of fixed income asset classes including but not limited to sovereign, corporates and hybrids securities.

Duties

The management of internal fixed income portfolios , including investment grade and non-investment grade credit, sovereign bonds (both nominal and index-linked), agency and covered bonds,

Contribute and help define the monthly fixed income strategy document covering duration, credit, country and sector outlooks

Quantitative and qualitative analysis of macroeconomic environment with the aim of generating a top down view

  • Employ portfolio hedges of related macro risks as necessary.
  • Implement trades and generate orders as required by the business across various asset classes, not solely limited to fixed income, including derivatives, futures, and fx.
  • Prepared and comfortable in presenting to internal and external stakeholders in relation to market outlooks, product overviews or investment reports.
  • To support the Investment Committee's evaluations and decisions with ad hoc analysis related to the current or prospective products and to assist with the drafting of appropriate investment guidelines when required.
  • Assist with the coaching, development and mentoring of less experienced colleagues, whilst supporting the senior fixed income portfolio manager in all aspects of their role.

Fit

  • 10+ years in investment management with emphasis on fixed income and credit plus macro analysis with a solid track record in multiple asset class
  • Experience in managing other asset classes an advantage.
  • Flexibility in managing across multiple regions.
  • Demonstrate an ability to work within a structured, repeatable investment process.

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