• Associate Analyst International Consumer Discretionary

    Job ID
    [2018]-1404
    Category
    Investments
    City
    Jersey City
  • The Role

    We are looking for an Associate Analyst to join our Consumer Discretionary team and support our Senior International Consumer Discretionary Analyst.

    We’ll trust you to:

    • Conduct primary research on companies in the international consumer discretionary sector including apparel, luxury, multiline and specialty retail, internet retail, hotels, restaurants, leisure, and diversified consumer services
    • Identify investment opportunities and support ideas with rigorous analysis
    • Build and update financial models
    • Develop relationships with company management teams, sell-side analysts, and industry contacts
    • Travel to meet with companies as appropriate

    You’ll need to have:

     

    • BA/BS degree with outstanding academic credentials
    • 2+ years of relevant equity research experience at buy-side or sell-side firms
    • Exceptional analytical and financial modeling skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Mandarin Chinese language skills preferred

    Personal Characteristics Required:

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

     

    Why Lord Abbett?

    Lord Abbett is a leading asset manager with approximately $170 billion in assets under management.  We seek to hire a diverse group of talented individuals who are committed to driving our vision to be the most respected asset manager in the world. We are looking for candidates who value excellence, responsibility, transparency, and collaboration as much as we do. Our employees 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.

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