Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • Senior Research Analyst - Eastern Europe & Russian markets

    Job Locations BE-Brussels
    Job ID
    2018-1677
    Category
    Research
  • Overview

    ISS is immediately seeking a Senior Research Analyst for the Eastern Europe & Russian markets. You will analyze corporate governance and financial information and write research reports on publicly traded companies in Eastern Europe and Russia based on ISS' voting guidelines.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Analyze corporate governance and financial information to write detailed research reports on publicly traded companies
    • Issue proxy vote recommendations for shareholder meetings
    • Engage with companies and institutional investors on shareholder meetings
    • Answer internal/external queries on research reports
    • Contribute articles to regular ISS publications
    • Assist with policy formulation
    • Participate in various projects and development opportunities
    • Develop market expertise in corporate governance, investment and shareholder issues

    Qualifications

    • Good understanding of finance/capital markets and corporate governance, preferably with 3-5 years of relevant experience in corporate governance/investment analysis/research with a focus on the Eastern Europe & Russian markets
    • Relevant Masters' degree, e.g. law, economics, finance, business or political science
    • Fluency in Russian and English is required.
    • Very strong oral and written communication skills
    • Very strong analytical ability, with the ability to assimilate large quantities of information
    • Excellent eye for detail
    • Ability to work independently and take initiative while also working successfully in a team environment
    • Organized and structured mind, with excellent time management skills: able to deal with large quantities of work and strict deadlines, particularly during the season of general meetings.

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