Real Estate Funds Investment Analyst

Qatar Investment Authority (QIA)
Qatar

Ref: LP446-13
Qatar Investment Authority (QIA)

The Role


The Role


Financial skills to assess feasibility, valuation and returns of investments (Cash-flow analysis, Internal Rate of Return sensitivities, key risk factors)
Budgeting, forecast and monitoring current portfolio of investments (exit strategy, refinancing, understanding financial models and financial statements, etc)
Communication skills to deal with principal investors, external advisors and present to QIA senior management
Strong grasp of key financial and commercial drivers of real estate investments (rental yields, cap rates, vacancy ratios, sale price comparables, market demand)
Conduct and lead due diligence on funds and co-investments, prepare investment memorandums and communicate investment case

Requirements


Requirements


Should have a strong educational background, team-player, with good references
3 to 5 years of experience with a leading property firm, real estate investment bank or corporate finance (Big 4)
Currently living and working in the Far East, especially Singapore, Hong Kong or Tokyo
Multilingual skills preferred
CFA qualification preferred
Interested in fund management

About the Company


About the Company


The QIA was founded by the State of Qatar in 2005 to strengthen the country's economy by diversifying into new asset classes. Building on the heritage of Qatar investments dating back more than three decades, its growing portfolio of long-term strategic investments help complement the state's huge wealth in natural resources.

Qatar's goal is to become a major international centre for finance and investment management, a vision shared by its government, people and institutions.

Headquartered in Doha, the QIA is structured to operate at the very highest levels of global investing. As a world class investor, the QIA adheres to the strictest financial and commercial disciplines. It has a strong track record of investing in different asset classes, including listed securities, property, alternative assets and private equity in all the major capital markets as well as the newer emerging markets.