Investor Relations Analyst – Capital Markets

June 16, 2022
£62000 - £70000 / year

Job Description

Our client is a truly market leading brand with multiple sites in the UK are looking for an Investor Relations Analyst to join their company, the location is flexible but likely to be in or around London

We are looking for a Finance Business Partner – Investor Relations

Role Purpose:

Implementing a successful Investor Relations program, supporting the overall IR function and communication with the investment community

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manage the planning and execution of the companies IR programme, including organising meetings with key internal and external stakeholders
  • Organise events such as quarterly financial results presentations, Capital Markets Days and site visits
  • Develop investor communication materials – draft and compile press releases, slides, speaker notes and Q&A for results and other investor presentations
  • Regularly review broker research and models to ensure accuracy and consistency with external messaging, highlighting areas that require attention
  • Manage and maintain consensus estimates, develop analytics to compare to current outlook/budget 
  • Maintain CRM system to support broader targeting and internal reporting initiatives
  • Prepare meeting records and compile the senior management briefing notes for investor meetings
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key business stakeholders across various areas in the business, as well as broker corporate access teams and investors
  • Maintain the investor sections of the companies website
  • Manage IR inbox and research answers to investor queries 
  • Prepare initial drafts of regular internal reports for senior management and the Board
  • decisions

Qualification & Experience:

  • Excellent computer literacy, including PowerPoint skills and Excel modelling, and numerical capabilities
  • Understanding of accountancy and/or capital markets is highly preferable
  • Outstanding communication, with excellent written and spoken English and the ability to write clearly and succinctly 
  • Strong organisational skills with a high attention to detail
  • An analytical mindset with the desire and curiosity to continually improve all aspects of the function
  • Capital markets experience (banking, buy or sell side)

What you can expect:

  • 26 days holiday to start plus bank holidays
  • Salary of between £62-70k DOE and Qualification
  • Performance related annual bonus scheme
  • Half day on a Friday!
  • Contributory pension and more
  • The chance to work for one of the UKs leading brands

If you do not have an up to date CV but would like a conversation about this role, please contact Gavin Reynolds for a conversation.

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