Cigna Managing Director - Cigna Investment Management in Bloomfield, Connecticut
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The Management Director will be responsible for:
Manages investment process to provide sound and timely credit decisions for new investments
Analyzes, evaluates and recommends purchase of corporate bonds
Identifies risks quickly and evaluates appropriately
Analytic work is well-documented and uses current tools and information sources
Investment program demonstrates: good credit risk decisions in industry, sector, global context - investments consistent with portfolio investment and financial objectives - broad capital markets perspective - pricing appropriate to risk - low default experience over time
Proactively coaches and oversees investment staff in investing process/decisions
Makes a substantive contribution to departmental program plan
Helps lead Fixed Income team in proactively managing portfolio to meet financial objectives.
Participates in development of corporate portfolio and sector strategies
Actively monitors holdings and identifies restructuring / sale opportunities
Anticipates and manages deteriorating credits
Monthly pricing demonstrates market discipline and all available information
Proactively coaches and oversees investment staff in managing portfolio
Helps drive organizational renewal and team-building priorities
Works effectively with private placement colleagues in balancing workflow, managing pre-circle review process and providing credit committee review
Shares market and sector information appropriately with colleagues across the organization
Helps drive fixed income sector reviews and risk management processes
Contributes to successful assimilation of new team members
Effectively supports and manages performance process to enhance performance, provide development opportunities, and support retention:
Supports creation of challenging development plans for employees
Provides frequent direct and specific feedback
Provides/arranges for appropriate training
Manages business processes to balance workflow and opportunities
Supports junior colleagues growth in technical skills, increasing independence and organizational effectiveness
Bachelors degree in finance, accounting or related discipline is required
MBA or Masters is strongly preferred
CFA – Required
10+ years of related analysis experience is strongly preferred (Minimum of 6 is required)
Ability to deal with ambiguity
Strong analytical background
Ability to make sound decisions
Strong sense of financial markets
Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status.
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