Operational Due Diligence Analyst -Singapore

Albourne Partners (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Singapore, Singapore
6,000 to 12,000 per month
13 May 2022
12 Jun 2022
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time

Evaluate assigned alternative investment fund managers. Particular focus would include an analysis of operational risk and internal controls, examine documentation, review of staff and structure, and inspect information systems/technology infrastructure.

Ongoing monitoring of assigned funds and updating written reports to reflect changes to the operations for those funds.

Prepare clear, accurate, concise reports and recommendations to clients, in line with client and management deadlines.

Liaise with clients and fund managers with respect to operational due diligence inquiries.

Develop and implement company "best practices" with respect to operational due diligence. Stay current on industry standards and help to facilitate knowledge transfer within the ODD group and company.

Support business development activities

Participation in project work to support the due diligence process and broader company initiatives.

Act as an ambassador for Albourne at industry events.

Ensure information within internal database is kept up to date and current

Active idea contribution for client newsletter and intranet. Production of white paper research for distribution to clients.

Mentoring ODD Associate Analysts in Albourne's ODD process

Report potential conflicts to compliance and work with compliance to ensure that conflict disclosures appear on research reports

Other Requirements:

University graduate

Relevant prior work experience, with knowledge or experience of one or some of the following areas - fund operations, fund administration, prime brokerage, audit, legal, compliance, technology & information security

Strong written communication skills

English and Chinese language fluency - must be able to run meetings in Chinese and review documents/websites in Chinese, write reports in English, and communicate with the team and clients in English

Possession of or advanced progression towards relevant professional qualifications (e.g. CFA, CAIA, CPA), or significant industry experience

Proactive self-starter, proficient time management and multi-tasking

Professional demeanor and strong interpersonal skills.

Systems literacy (excel, ppt, word, Outlook)

Travel (frequent)

Comply with terms of Albourne Compliance Manuals

Abide by the Albourne Group's policies and procedures including but not limited to IFFM; compliance reporting; HFDB filing; Information, Communications & Cyber Security Policy; Expense & Travel Policy, etc.

Attend company Offsites

Regulatory registration (dependent on regional requirements)


Professional development support

22 days' annual leave

Discretionary bonus scheme

Private medical and dental insurance

Business travel insurance

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