Oxford Economics is a leading global provider of economic forecasts, research, and consulting solutions and, since 2017, Global Strategy research and asset allocation advice.
You will be a key member of a team responsible for a strategy research product, which has been highly successful since launch.
As a senior member of the team, you will be able to independently develop ideas and take lead responsibility for authoring reports and pitching investment themes and ideas to clients.
You will be looking at global emerging markets from a top-down macro perspective and should have the ability to provide strategy views reflecting Oxford Economics’ house views and forecasts. Collaborating with various regional EM macro teams will be a central part of your role as well as the ability and willingness to perform deep dives into individual EMs.
You have a flair for good writing and are a confident presenter who enjoys pitching macro-strategy / asset-allocation views to clients and can build strong client relationships over time.
Emerging market strategy research; a multi-asset focus, with an emphasis on fixed income (local-currency and hard-currency) and FX for mainstream EM economies
Identifying top-down macro-strategy themes and high-conviction views using quantitative and qualitative approaches. A good understanding of valuation anchors is key.
Writing analytical reports and pitching investment themes / ideas to clients
Interacting with clients/prospects, presenting at client events
Burden sharing in the team’s routine tasks associated with the publishing process.
Several years’ experience as a macro-strategist or global EM economist with a strong focus on financial markets, including experience in macro-strategy research / asset management or similar with a core focus on developing investment ideas / themes
Strong track record in developing client relationships and excellent presentation skills
Strong interest in top-down macro strategy with a coherent analytical approach.
First-rate academic training with a degree in economics – a top Master’s in Finance or a PhD will help you stand out.