The Role: Quantitative Consultant
The Location: New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Denver, San Francisco, and Chicago
The Team: The Investment Management Quantitative Consultant will be expected to identify, analyze, and propose solutions specific to the quantitative capabilities offered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
The Impact: The Quantitative Consultant becomes a knowledge expert in the ClariFI Platform, and in the quantitative/”quantamental” products offered through Market Intelligence. This role drives revenue growth and client retention by working with Sales, Relationship Management, Product Management, and Product Operations to promote Market Intelligence’s quantitative solutions to the Investment Management segment.
What’s in it for you:
• Act as a regional Investment Management market feedback consolidation source for regional product, content, and delivery enhancements. Work closely with Product Management to provide feedback and rank enhancement requests.
• Provide product training to Sales, and document technical client interactions in Salesforce to share with the broader organization.
• Learn and understand new datasets as they are deployed through the Xpressfeed loader, ClariFI, or other mechanism, and communicate the advantages of these datasets effectively to clients and prospects.
The Investment Management Quantitative Consultant is a client-facing representative for S&P Global Market Intelligence. Their responsibilities include:
• Possess a firm understanding of the diagnostic sales process and employ its principles and techniques when engaging with a prospect or client. Understand the commercial pricing model and the client’s use of platforms and data to inform pricing.
• Advise users on financial modeling, numerical analysis, and process efficiencies. Responsible for all quantitative engineering, account management and pre-sales activity for clients of our institutional products and services, particularly the ClariFI Platform, and the quantitative/”quantamental” products offered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
• Assist the trial process with a thorough understanding of the client’s workflow, and how Market Intelligence’s content; feed and platform solutions (including ClariFI and various enterprise delivery platforms) may enhance that workflow.
• Conduct product demos as needed and help to design the best solution to fit a prospect’s or client’s needs.
• Act as a product specialist for the ClariFI Platform by understanding the application of ClariFI for complex buy side workflows, conducting training, troubleshooting problems, answering product questions, and providing complex daily product support to a client base of equity research analysts, portfolio managers, and Risk Management professionals.
• Develop a complete understanding of competitors’ products and be able to articulate Market Intelligence’s relative capabilities.
• Facilitate a positive experience for the client by bringing together the appropriate resources within Market Intelligence and the client’s organization
What we’re looking for:
Backgrounds vary among Investment Management Quantitative Consultants, but a mixture of Finance and Technical skills are necessary. Market data specialists from the buy-side, technical and content experts at other market data vendors, and equity Portfolio Managers/Research Analysts are actively being sought for this role.
• Thorough understanding of the equity investment process (with a focus on quantitative security analysis)
• Degree in a numerate discipline such as Finance, Accounting, Economics, or equivalent experience is required.
• A strong understanding of fundamental data is necessary.
• Familiarity with industry-leading financial data and delivery platforms.
• Excellent communication, training and presentation skills.
• CFA Charter holder/candidate or Masters in Financial Engineering (or related discipline) is a plus.
• Mastery of various scripting languages (Python, R, Matlab, etc) is a plus.
• Knowledge of Compustat or Capital IQ products (data, software, or feeds) is a plus.
About S&P Global Market Intelligence
At S&P Global Market Intelligence, we know that not all information is important—some of it is vital. Accurate, deep and insightful. We integrate financial and industry data, research and news into tools that help track performance, generate alpha, identify investment ideas, understand competitive and industry dynamics, perform valuation and assess credit risk. Investment professionals, government agencies, corporations and universities globally can gain the intelligence essential to making business and financial decisions with conviction.
S&P Global Market Intelligence is a division of S&P Global (NYSE: SPGI), which provides essential intelligence for individuals, companies and governments to make decisions with confidence. For more information, visit, S&P Global Market Intelligence
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