Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • Corporate Governance Senior Research Analyst, Italy

    Job Locations BE-Brussels
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  • Overview

    ISS is seeking a Senior Research Analyst for various European markets and with the specific focus on Italian corporate governance. You will analyze corporate governance and financial information and write research reports on publicly traded companies in Italy based on ISS' voting guidelines.


    • Analyze corporate governance and financial information to write detailed research reports on publicly traded companies
    • Review research reports drafted by analysts and act as a governance sounding board
    • Issue proxy vote recommendations for shareholder meetings
    • Engage with companies and institutional investors on shareholder meetings and corporate governance and also act as ISS' Italian market expert internally and externally. 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


    • Good understanding of finance/capital markets and corporate governance, preferably with 8-10 years of relevant experience in corporate governance/investment analysis/research with a focus on the Italian market
    • Relevant Masters' degree, e.g. law, economics, finance, business or political science
    • Fluency in Italian 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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