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Junior Risk Manager (Real Estate & Infrastructure AIFs) (m/f/d)
Job ID: 52142
Levels:
Junior
Specialisations:
AIFs I Real Estate I Risk Management
Languages:
English | French | German

For our new client, an international asset manager with an expanding team in Luxembourg, we are currently looking for a

Junior Risk Manager (Real Estate & Infrastructure AIFs) (m/f/d)

for their office in Luxembourg-Kirchberg.

Your responsibilities:

  • Support the valuation function for AIFs from a risk management perspective
  • Optimisation of methods and procedures used for risk identification, assessment and control
  • Analysing risk limits of the company’s new funds
  • Monitoring and assessing fund risks, especially operational, market, liquidity and credit risk
  • Prior analysis and monitoring of (less) liquid assets
  • Risk valuation for alternative investment funds (real estate, infrastructure, equity)
  • Analysis of potential target investments from a risk management perspective, including continuous monitoring and limitation of the underlying risks

Your profile:

  • University background with a degree in finance, economics or equivalent
  • At least 1 year of relevant risk management or valuation experience in the investment funds industry and ideally UCITS (including applicable investment restrictions),
  • First knowledge in AIFs (real estate and infrastructure) and ideally in UCITS
  • Being fluent in English and German or French
  • Good knowledge of MS-Office products
  • Compliance knowledge is a plus

If you are interested in this position, please forward your application documents (including salary expectation) via our form.

Senior Risk Manager (Real Estate & Infrastructure AIFs) (m/f/d)
Job ID: 5214
Levels:
Senior
Specialisations:
AIFs I Real Estate I Risk Management
Languages:
English | French | German

For our new client, an international asset manager with an expanding team in Luxembourg, we are currently looking for a

Senior Risk Manager (Real Estate & Infrastructure AIFs) (m/f/d)

for their office in Luxembourg-Kirchberg.

Your responsibilities:

  • Support the valuation function for AIFs from a risk management perspective
  • Optimisation of methods and procedures used for risk identification, assessment and control
  • Analysing risk limits of the company’s new funds
  • Monitoring and assessing fund risks, especially operational, market, liquidity and credit risk
  • Prior analysis and monitoring of (less) liquid assets
  • Risk valuation for alternative investment funds (real estate, infrastructure, equity)
  • Manage and coach the AIFs and UCITS teams
  • Implementation of regulatory risk management requirements for AIFs and UCITS
  • Analysis of potential target investments from a risk management perspective, including continuous monitoring and limitation of the underlying risks

Your profile:

  • University background with a degree in finance, economics or equivalent
  • At least 5 years of relevant risk management or valuation experience in the investment funds industry and ideally UCITS (including applicable investment restrictions),
  • Good knowledge in AIFs (real estate and infrastructure) and ideally in UCITS
  • Being fluent in English and German or French
  • Good knowledge of MS-Office products
  • Compliance knowledge is a plus

If you are interested in this position, please forward your application documents (including salary expectation) via our form.

Job opportunities in Real Estate

There are a number of different types of real estate investment jobs that you can pursue in Luxembourg. Some options might include:

  1. Investment analyst: This type of job involves researching and analyzing real estate investment opportunities, including analyzing market trends, evaluating property values, and developing financial models.
  2. Property manager: Property managers are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of a real estate investment, including managing budgets, coordinating repairs and maintenance, and handling tenant relations.
  3. Real estate developer: Developers are responsible for identifying, acquiring, and developing real estate projects, including residential, commercial, and industrial properties.
  4. Real estate broker: Brokers work with clients to buy, sell, and rent properties, as well as providing expert advice on the real estate market.
  5. Real estate investor: Investors typically have a financial background and are responsible for identifying and evaluating potential real estate investment opportunities, as well as managing and diversifying their investment portfolio.

A career as a real estate investor in Luxembourg can be rewarding and offer a variety of opportunities for individuals with the right skills and experience. Real estate investors in Luxembourg typically purchase, manage, and sell real estate properties, with the goal of generating returns through rental income and appreciation.

Some of the key responsibilities of real estate investors in Luxembourg include market research, property evaluation, negotiation, and financial management. Market research involves keeping up to date with real estate market trends and identifying potential investment opportunities. Property evaluation requires a thorough understanding of the local real estate market, as well as the ability to assess the potential for rental income and capital appreciation.

Negotiation skills are also critical for real estate investors, as they are responsible for negotiating the purchase price and terms of the property. Financial management skills are also important, as real estate investors need to be able to manage their finances effectively and make informed investment decisions.

In addition, real estate investors in Luxembourg may also be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of their properties, such as maintenance and tenant management. This requires strong organizational and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders, including tenants, contractors, and property managers.

To become a real estate investor in Luxembourg, individuals typically start by gaining relevant experience in the real estate industry, such as working as a real estate agent or property manager. They may also pursue additional education or certifications in real estate, finance, or business, to build their knowledge and skills.

To find real estate investment jobs in Luxembourg, you can search online job boards, network with industry professionals, and consider joining a local real estate association or group. You may also want to consider earning a degree or certification in real estate or a related field, as this can help you to stand out in the job market.