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Mercer Investments is seeking a senior consultant to lead its Responsible Investment (RI) business in the United States. This person will be experienced in the fields of finance and Responsible Investment, and bring enthusiasm, leadership and industry knowledge to the position.
Senior Responsible Investment Consultant
- Build Mercer’s RI business, including developing and delivering tailored and structured investment consulting and delegated solutions
- Undertake research and investment consulting assignments using Mercer’s Framework for Sustainable Growth (see www.mercer.com/ri) across a range of RI topics (such as ESG integration, divestment/reinvestment, stewardship and engagement, thematic investing, stakeholder engagement)
- Conduct research into RI-specific investment management products and the extent to which mainstream US-based investment managers vote, engage and assess environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) considerations
- Help to build Mercer’s external profile in the US through participation at industry events and in the press
- Work with range of internal and external clients
Senior Responsible Investment Consultant: Qualifications
- Minimum five years’ experience in responsible investment with at least ten years’ experience in financial services, preferably fund management or investment consulting
- Qualitative and quantitative analysis skills (including strong technical competencies); Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder preferred
- Strong knowledge of and experience with the US pension, investment and consulting industry, including personal network of contacts
- Highly developed writing, editing and communication skills; ability to present concepts with clarity to all levels
- Highly motivated with ability and experience in business development and delivery of first-rate consulting advice
- Ability to multi-task, manage resources and perform in a deadline-oriented environment
- Excellent attention to detail and high level of professionalism
- Strong team player eager to help make growing business a success
- Capable of working effectively with colleagues and clients in remote locations
Apply online. The ideal location for the position is New York (Boston is also possible).