The Junior Business Reporting & Analytics Analyst role provides a broad opportunity to monitor key metrics, conduct research, identify insights and develop written and verbal communications to support a variety of internal and external stakeholders. The position reports to a Senior Analyst of Business Reporting & Analytics and supports both firm-wide corporate initiatives as well as initiatives for the CEO and CFO both of whom are in the San Francisco office.
The candidate is expected to:
Prepare stakeholder reports (board materials, earnings releases, and regulatory filings)
Read, analyze and communicate sell-side reporting and models
Participate in annual budget process, and prepare budget to actual reporting and analysis
Prepare and analyze firm financial forecast
Provide analytical and reporting support to our executive team as needed
Provide financial modeling and scenario analysis to support business decisions
Present insights and conclusions to stakeholders in a confident and easy to understand manner
The successful candidate will possess strong analytical skills and attention to detail. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess:
Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting, M.B.A. preferred
Keen interest in the Asset Management industry and a solid understanding of various business models, capital structures and trends within the industry
2+ years of experience in finance or investment banking
Knowledge and passion around tools to support data analytics and communications such as Tableau
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, particularly PowerPoint and Excel pivot tables
Strong interpersonal and presentation skills
Superb client service orientation, including a positive, collegial attitude with a high degree of professionalism
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Artisan Partners
Artisan Partners is a global investment management firm that provides a broad range of high value-added investment strategies in growing asset classes to sophisticated clients around the world.
The foundation of Artisan Partners' story was set in 1994 by our founders Andy and Carlene Ziegler. At the time, the Zieglers identified two secular trends—talent acquisition and open architecture—that were taking hold in the market. Those two trends shaped the firm's growth strategy.
The talent acquisition movement within the industry created the opportunity for us to attract investment talent to our firm where high-quality investors are allowed to execute their own investment process without distractions. Open architecture provided the framework to distribute high-quality products more freely through consultants and mutual fund platforms if we had the right talent and results.
Our business model has always been structured around our investment talent. Our autonomous investment teams manage a range of active investment strategies that are diversified by market capitalization, region and investment style. Each team uses a clearly articulated, consistent and repeatable investment process.