Jobs of the week: Ares, CPPIB, Arkesden, Morgan Stanley are hiring

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is recruiting for a principal of infrastructure at its Toronto office. The hire will play a key role in making and managing infrastructure investments around the world on a principal basis and through commitments to infrastructure funds. Also, he or she will help evaluate potential infrastructure investment opportunities, conduct research, develop investment recommendations, negotiate terms and execute transactions. An MBA with a finance focus or law degree is required.

Pensions Infrastructure Platform is seeking to hire an investment director at its London office. The hire will seek out investment opportunities as well as contribute to the direction, strategy and raising of further funds. He or she will report to the CEO. Applicants should have at least 10 years’ experience within infrastructure, energy and finance as well as evidence of having operated at a director level on a well-known platform for at least two years. Candidates should send their resume and cover letter to Dan McCarthy at One Search at dan.mccarthy@one-search.co.uk.

Ares Management wants to hire a vice president of investment operations at its Los Angeles office. The hire will develop risk-focused management reporting and risk mitigation plans over service providers. Also, he or she will understand specific client portfolio investment guidelines. An MBA, CFA, and/or CPA is preferred.

Arkesden Private Equity is currently seeking to hire an associate for its a client’s global secondaries fund. The hire will work as part of a team to evaluate private equity fund commitments, conduct analysis and research, prepare and present investment recommendations, participate in the negotiation and execution of primary fund commitments and monitor and manage investments. The associate will report to the vice president and head of funds. The job is in London. Two to three years of relevant work experience in investment banking or private equity is required.

Morgan Stanley is looking to add an associate to its private equity Asia fund and investor relations team. The hire will be responsible for collaborating with investment teams, fund controllers and various stakeholder units to prepare letters and reports to investors and manage all aspects of client communications. Also, he or she will arrange and organize investors’ meetings and prepare pitch books and presentations for fundraising and marketing purposes. Applicants should have experience or knowledge of the private equity industry. Job is in Hong Kong.

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(Correction: Arkesden Private Equity is looking to hire an associate for a client’s global secondaries fund. The original story incorrectly said it was its own secondaries fund.)