Head - Alternative Investments: Stanbic IBTC Bank
Stanbic IBTC is known for catering both individuals and businesses through carefully designed retail and business banking products.
At Stanbic IBTC, they offer all their clients a wide range of personal and commercial banking products through over 180 branches spread across every state in Nigeria and their online banking platforms.
- The main purpose of the role is to identify, introduce and close new investor opportunities for our Alternative Investment segment in Nigeria, across Africa and internationally.
- The Fund Manager will also be responsible for the effective management of clients’ investments in alternative assets by developing investment policies and strategies in line with the client’s investment objectives and risk profile while taking into consideration market and economic conditions in order to maximize returns.
- Primary responsibility is to ensure that SIAML becomes the market leader in Alternative Investment in Nigeria.
- Responsible for the effective management of alternative investment Funds in order to maximize returns thereby generating fee income for the company.
- Foster and build relationships with hedge fund and private equity investors while maintaining existing accounts
- Develop expertise in investment needs and objectives of institutional and private investors
- Manages multiple levels of capital raising life cycle including identification, qualification, discovery, prospecting, close.
Key Performance Measures:
Deployment of innovative solutions within Alternative Investment space.
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- Competition analysis with respect to SIAML’s Alternative Investment funds.
- Excellent service delivery to clients under management through prompt execution of client's instructions as well as other requests related to their portfolio.
- Improved Return on Investment for the customers in order to increase the value of fee income generated on portfolios by the company (i.e. out performance of strategic benchmarks).
- Quantifiable growth in market share of the Alternative Investment industry in Nigeria from c. 1% to c. 10% by the end of 2017 (market share is derived from total assets under management of ETF’s, Infrastructure Funds and REITS as at 02 December 2016).