Maven is a global proprietary trading organisation formed in 2011. Our Multi-Strategy Investment Group has offices in London, New York and Hong Kong

Maven’s Multi-Strategy Group deploys capital to a wide range of investment and arbitrage strategies, managed by a global team of specialist portfolio managers and analysts. Our investment teams work in a highly collaborative way, finding synergies and maximising opportunities. Through perpetual support, training and development, we strive to unleash the full potential of our investment professionals

Maven differentiates itself from other market participants in several ways; we are exclusively managing our own capital, as the firm is entirely employee owned; we have delivered an exceptional return on equity since inception; we maintain an entrepreneurial culture and can be flexible to the requirements of different styles of investing and trading; we value non-traditional strategies as well those more commonly seen in the market; and we encourage our investment team to work in a highly collegiate way by finding synergies and ultimately maximising opportunities

We have a central infrastructure platform that enables our investment team to trade independently yet operate within a centrally driven risk-management and operational framework, and we have invested heavily in proprietary technology across all business areas

Our mission is to maintain our position as a market-leading investment house comprising of the best portfolio managers 

Role Specifications

Maven is looking for outstanding, fundamental equity L/S Portfolio Managers to join its London based investment team. The mandate of the candidate will be to construct and manage a fundamentally driven, market-neutral portfolio of equities that can deliver consistent and absolute returns. The candidate will preferably focus on a defined universe of stocks, or cover a specific sector.

We are seeking candidates who demonstrate original idea generation that incorporates a deep fundamental understanding of the companies they cover, an awareness of industry and market dynamics that may impact valuation, a process for actively engaging with management teams, and an ability to form their own views in the presence of information that is being presented by corporates, sell-side analysts and other market sources

Candidate Specifications

  • 3+ years as a Portfolio Manager, or 10+ years as an Investment Analyst / Assistant PM

  • Proven track record that can be shared and verified

  • A clearly defined, robust and repeatable investment process

  • Strong research acumen

  • Ability to construct a market-neutral portfolio and effectively manage volatility

  • A high-level of attention-to-detail

  • Perform well in high pressure situations

  • Be able and willing to integrate into the broader team of Portfolio Managers

 

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