• Senior Equity Analyst - US Consumer Discretionary

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    Jersey City
  • Overview

    We're looking to expand our global equity research team by adding a Senior Equity Analyst - US Consumer Discretionary. This Analyst will primarily support our US products.  

    What you’ll do:

    • Produce fundamental, differentiated research on US Consumer Discretionary companies that leads to actionable investment recommendations across Lord Abbett portfolios
    • Travel several times per year to meet with companies as appropriate
    • Collaborate with multiple sector teams and fixed income counterparts
    • Contribute to analyst-run research portfolios
    • Support and defend investment ideas with rigorous analysis

    You’ll need to have:

    • BA/BS degree with outstanding academic credentials
    • 7+ years of relevant US Consumer Discretionary research experience at buy-side or sell-side firms
    • Exceptional analytical and financial modeling skills
    • Excellent stock-picking ability
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • MBA or CFA preferred


    Personal Characteristics Required:

    • Team oriented
    • Belief in independent research
    • Critical thinker
    • Self-motivated
    • Strong work ethic


    Founded in 1929, Lord Abbett is a leading asset manager with approximately $160 billion in assets under management. We share a passion for excellence in serving our diverse range of clients – individuals, advisors, and institutions across the globe who rely on us to deliver innovative investment solutions that help them secure stronger financial futures. We are looking for candidates who value trust, intellectual curiosity, and teamwork as much as we do.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our firm. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


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