Head of Investment (Fintech)

Location Singapore
Discipline: Accounting & Finance
Contact name: Karthik Balakrishnan

Contact email: karthikb@caliber8.sg
Job ref: 499
Published: 24 days ago

About the job

Head of Investment (Fin-tech)

Our client is a leading Fin-tech brand who have grown exponentially in the last decade and are on the verge of an IPO. To further strengthen their investment team they are looking for a dynamic Investment Lead to be based in their regional HQ in Singapore.

Background:

The Head of Investment will provide insight and direction to lead the investment and asset management team.

To excel in this position, you will need to possess and constantly further develop your understanding of NPL portfolio investments and the drivers of their returns. Maintain a very strong professional work ethic and demonstrate excellent communication skills (written and verbal).

Responsibilities:

  • Establish and maintain an effective and well-organized investment processes.

  • Drive the vision of the investment database for underwriting and asset management follow up.

  • Write clear and well-informed investment recommendations based on thorough research and analysis from the team.

  • Organize regular investment reports and reviews, including quantitative and qualitative portfolio studies.

  • Attend and present at the investment committee meetings.

  • Lead the investment strategy unit within the company.

  • Establish and maintain a well-organized post purchase investment management process through regular reviews and follow ups; driving IRR’s and reducing the risk of investments.

 Successful Applicant

You must be a CFA/MBA with at least 8 years with a top tier consulting firm in the corporate finance or investment space. You are capable of running financial models, make sense out of numbers and present a best possible investment plan to the Founders and the Board.

Experience in an unstructured environment, start-up will be a great value add within Fintech, Consulting and other leading investment banks.