My client is a high-quality hedge fund and private markets platform is looking to hire a senior product development manager to run their product division within the business reporting into the CIO of the business. This is an important new position for the strategic growth of the firm to the next level.
Responsible for the firms product development and management function
Co-ordinate the development of product ideas from inception to completion.
Oversee the launch of new strategies, including the drafting of business cases and partnering with investment and distribution team members to establish the investment and distribution strategy.
Own the product strategy in close connection with the sales and investment teams
Manage the business feasibility analysis and project management of product-related initiatives
Suggest, review proposals for, and oversee changes to existing funds with a view to ensuring ongoing suitability for clients, improving ability to meet client expectations, enhancing the profitability and competitiveness of the strategies
Own and manage the product development calendar and prospectus updates, and ensure timely regulatory compliance to comply with the business deadlines
Own the assessment of value for the fund range
Build end-to-end product development capability to comply with regulatory requirements
Responsibility for establishment of infrastructure and all internal processes and procedures in relation to governance and oversight functions
Excellent academic record
Strong, demonstrable experience in product within asset management including developing and delivering products.
Good understanding of asset management services, portfolio management, operational processes, and legal and regulatory requirements
Broad asset class knowledge, ideally with liquid alternatives or hedge fund experience, with private markets a bonus.
You are able to work on multiple tasks and manage unforeseen urgencies
You have high level of accuracy and attention to detail
Able to work with teams across a range of departments