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Investment Analysts support investors and fund managers by carrying out research into and analysis of financial markets and products, companies, governments and economic and political events in relation to investments or potential investments.
Investment Managers work for boutique investment companies, specific investment funds, investment banks, financial services companies, large companies or governments. They must demonstrate keen statistical and financial modelling skills, a detailed understanding of company accounts, a working knowledge of economics and the ability to anticipate the effect of political events on financial markets.
Typical duties include:
Investment Analysts are usually graduates. The following subjects will be looked upon favourably by employers: mathematics; statistics; economics; and accounting and business.
Post graduate degrees such as MBAs will also interest potential employers.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (February 2010) include:
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