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Newton, Senior Quantitative Research Analyst


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Newton Investment Management is one of BNY Mellon Investment Management's specialists, and they are a global investment house with expertise in a range of disciplines, including global, regional and emerging-market equities, multi-asset strategies, absolute return investing and global bonds. A global, thematic approach to investment helps them achieve long-term perspective on global financial markets and economies and identify areas of long-term risk and opportunity. Their belief is that responsible investment is better investment for clients, and they consider ESG (environmental, social and governance) issues in relation to every company in which they invest. Newton is part of BNY Mellon Investment Management, one of the world's largest investment managers.

The Role:
  • Independently conduct detailed quantitative investment research that impacts multiple equity investment strategies and/or fundamental research groups.
  • Working with portfolio managers, fundamental analysts and Equity Quant Team leadership, the Analyst will identify and prioritize significant areas of value-added research.
  • The Analyst will leverage both standard and alternative datasets and develop and implement novel quantitative research techniques that further the overall research platform and portfolio management disciplines of the Firm.
  • The focus may be on the impact of the macro environment, industries or industry groups, thematic drivers of market returns, company-specific divers or the dynamic nature of systematic factor effects.
  • Analyses may focus on individual securities, classes or groups of securities (country, industries, thematic groups), portfolio management disciplines, trading strategies, and risk management.
  • Senior Analyst will also direct, mentor and guide more junior members of the team as needed.

  • A Bachelor's degree and significant work experience in Quantitative Research or a related field is required as are strong technical skills and experience using financial datasets, SQL, and Python (or R or other related statistical research platforms).
  • A Master's degree and/or CFA is preferred.
  • 10 years or more of total work experience preferred and 5+ years of investment experience preferred.

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London, United Kingdom