Investment Accountant - Asset Manager

  1. Permanent
€70,000 - €80,000 per annum + Bonus & Beneftis
BBBH162332

Dublin

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Investment Management Accountant - Dublin
With a sizable footprint in the domestic landscape and their business going from strength to strength driven by organic growth, our firm, a leading Manco is now keen to secure the services of a Qualified Investment Accountant to join their Investment Management team here in Dublin.

The role:

  • Tracking developments in financial markets to understand the implications for the businesses UCITS and non-UCITS fund ranges incorporating equity, fixed income, balanced funds and hedge fund strategies - Provide detailed Macro and Micro analysis and report on these findings.
  • Appraise the investment performance of all underlying client portfolios and issue recommendations to clients on the basis of that analysis.
  • Act as liaison with International Investment/Fund Managers to ensure they are kept abreast of developments.
  • Evaluating new fund proposals and highlighting the key factors to be considered when deciding whether these funds should be approved or altered to meet requirements.
  • Continuing to review fund-related reports provided by Investment Managers, Administrators and Depositories and analyse these reports to ensure best practice exists around decision making of portfolios.
  • Drafting documentation for monthly review by the Investment & Risk Committees
  • Undertaking Investment and Fund research across a variety of investment fund topics as requested by Senior Management



This is a unique role within the Irish market. The opportunity is one to join a leading Manco and take up an Investment Accounting position within their niche Investments team.


The successful applicant will be at least 1-2 years post qualified ideally coming from an Asset Management, Investments or Manco or background although this is not a prerequisite.


There is a sizable base salary and very attractive bonus on offer plus the opportunity to work with world leading Asset/Fund Managers on a daily basis.


For further information please contact Matt Fitzpatrick at Marks Sattin

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