PICTET

Pictet is an investment-led service company, offering wealth management, asset management and related services. We are a partnership of seven owner managers and our principles of succession and transmission of ownership have remained unchanged since foundation in 1805. Our purpose is to build responsible partnerships with our clients, communities, and the companies in which we invest, in order to safeguard and transmit wealth, of all kinds, in the service of the real economy. With more than CHF 698 billion in assets under management or custody at 31 December 2021, Pictet is today one of the leading Europe-based independent wealth and asset managers. The Group is headquartered in Geneva, where its activities began, and employs more than 5000 employees. With 30 offices, it is also present in Amsterdam, Basel, Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Lausanne, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Montreal, Munich, Nassau, Osaka, Paris, Rome, Singapore, Stuttgart, Taipei, Tel-Aviv, Tokyo, Turin, Verona, Shanghai, New York and Zurich.
24/05/2024
Full time
PICTET Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Your team Pictet Asset Management   manages the assets of some of the world’s largest institutions, financial intermediaries and their clients. Our culture welcomes independent thinkers and centres on investment excellence, a long-term perspective and dedication to client service. We are seeking to recruit an Impact Data Analyst for our Thematic Equities team to help further develop industry-leading thematic impact measurement tools. The successful candidate will work closely with our Thematic Impact and Thematic Investment teams. Your role Working with teams across the organisation to develop the models, tools and data underlying our thematic investment process, and ensuring they are kept up to date. Ensuring a strong link between bottom-up company fundamentals and top-down modelling. Helping the growth of institutional client solutions through advanced reporting. Providing tools, support and training for investment teams...