Manager - Portfolio Management

Location Riyadh
Discipline: Private Equity
Job type: Permanent
Salary: 480000 to 500000
Contact email:
Job ref: 3407319
Published: about 1 month ago

Job Responsibilities:

  • Measure and assess performance against asset level business plans and fund level strategic plans.

  • Review and analyze annual operating budgets and quarterly reforecasts prepared by Asset Management.

  • Help develop fund-level strategy and support new initiatives.

  • Work across portfolios with other portfolio analysts/associates to develop best practices and design and implement efficiency measures.

  • Work closely with portfolio analyst and portfolio associate, providing oversight and coaching; cover workload as needed. 

  • Assist portfolio team with, and in certain cases take lead role, on property level and fund level financings.

  • Assist Transactions colleagues with analysis and presentation material on all fund acquisitions and dispositions 

  • Represent the portfolio and asset management teams in firm-wide projects and create executive level relationships.

  • Present portfolio level analysis and presentation material to the fund Investment Team, the Investment Committee and the fund level Board of Directors.

  • Cross train all responsibilities of portfolio analyst and portfolio associate, perform quality control reviews of the team’s work products.

Qualifications, Skills & Experience:

  • BA/BS degree in real estate, finance or economics with strong record of academic achievement

  • Minimum of 8+ years of experience working within Investment Banking, Asset Management or Private Equity

  • Highly skilled in modeling investments in Excel

  • Advanced knowledge of DCF, NPV and cash flow models

  • Strong financial and analytical ability with solid organizational skills and ability to multi-task

  • Highly-developed verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Proactive thinking with detail-oriented and creative problem solving approach