Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • Mandarin Research Analyst - FTE

    Job Locations SG-Singapore
    Job ID
    2018-1649
    Category
    Research
  • Overview

    Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. (ISS) is currently seeking a full-time Mandarin-speaking Research Analyst. This position will be permanent and based in Singapore, covering China, Taiwan and other Asian markets.

    Responsibilities

    • Analyze corporate governance and financial information to process data and write research reports on publicly traded companies in China, Taiwan, and other Asian countries.
    • Issue proxy vote recommendations for shareholder meetings of the companies listed in stock exchanges in mainland China, Taiwan, and other Asian markets.
    • Develop market expertise in corporate governance, investment, and shareholder issues gathered through research and engagement with company executives, institutional investors, and government/regulatory/listing authorities.
    • Research and develop thematic research reports covering Asia companies.

    Qualifications

    • University graduates holding a Bachelor's degree in related fields such as finance, law, economics, business, accounting, political science, and international relations, or equivalent experience
    • Strong oral and written communication skills in Chinese (both simplified and traditional) and English
    • Able to work independently and in a team environment, as well as under tight deadlines
    • Analytical and detail-oriented, have a keen sense of judgment, and be goal-oriented
    • Strong organization skills and ability to prioritize multiple tasks
    • Proficiency in the use of web-based and Microsoft Office applications
    • Passion for corporate governance research
    • Experience and knowledge of financial analysis, corporate governance and proxy voting issues is preferred
    • Eligible to work in Singapore is required (Singaporean nationals/PRs)

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