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Global Associates

Our client, a well established and large financial group in Hong Kong

HK Stocks Research Analyst - Wealth Management & Brokerage

Job Ref.CT3113171-01#0030

Required by a well established large financial group, a high calibre credit professional is to fill the below opening:

HK Stocks Research Analyst 

  • Prepare high quality, concise and critical industry/company analyses, IPO reports and commentaries covering HK stocks and A-shares.
  • Conduct investment seminars in HK.
  • Handle stock enquiries from HK and Mainland sales teams and press.
  • Assist in preparing materials for internal and external seminars, press conferences and media interviews.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Business. Finance, Economics or related discipline.
  • min. 6 years' relevant research experience in financial services industry with knowledge in accounting and finance, and working knowledge of financial ratio analyses.
  • Possess SFC Type 4 license.
  • Proficient in word processing, spreadsheet and financial modelling, as well as MS Office applications.
  • Good commend of both written and spoken English and Chinese.  Fluent in Mandarin preferred.  

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