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GM Trend is in the privileged position of having a highly-skilled team of professionals including some of the most experienced individuals in the financial services industry in the region.
We employ people from over 20 different countries with a significant proportion of our employees being multii-lingual. Fostering individual growth is a key philosophy at GM Trend. We believe in providing employees with the opportunity to develop their professional capabilities and build skills that are crucial to the long-term success of the Company.
We focus our internship opportunities on university students to take part in our summer internship program.
Analysts, the entry level role for revenue generating business lines, are generally graduates with degrees in Finance or other related field. Typically, an analyst assists with the preparation of reports, presentations and financial modelling. Normally this role would be held for two to three years.
The portfolio manager role is normally held from three to five years and may include supervisory responsibilities for analyst level employees. Their responsibilities may include the management of their team in terms of overseeing all transactions, the preparation of reports or the presentation of research projects. Individuals should possess a strong client service orientation and excellent technical skills to be successful in the role.
At this level, incumbents take full responsibility for the projects that are assigned to them. The Senior Portfolio Manager is often the go-to person on particular matters for clients and internal issues and often is a mentor to more junior colleagues. Each office has a Senior Portfolio Manager to whom all portfolio managers within the respective office report directly.
Directors play an active role in the development of GM Trend’s strategy, in business development and staff training and mentoring. Together they head their respective office and manage day to day operations.
The directors identify learning opportunities for others and as a leader, shows flexibility in style to meet different situations.
The CEO & COO control activity for the business, and formulate departmental strategies within the boundaries of the overall corporate strategy. They develop and implement the objectives and policies for the business area, lead by example and engender mutual respect and co-operation. Typically, they have overall financial responsibility for the business (including achieving budgeted revenues and controlling costs as outlined in the approved budget). They are charged with developing and implementing appropriate policies and procedures for the improvement and development of the business.