PIMCO is a global leader in active fixed income. With our launch in 1971 in Newport Beach, California, PIMCO introduced investors to a total return approach to fixed income investing. In the 50+ years since, we have worked relentlessly to help millions of investors pursue their objectives - regardless of shifting marketing conditions. As active investors, our goal is not just to find opportunities, but to create them. To this end, we remain firmly committed to the pursuit of our mission: delivering superior investment returns, solutions, and service to our clients.
Since 1971, our people have shaped our organization through a high-performance inclusive culture, in which we celebrate diverse thinking. We invest in our people and strive to imprint our CORE values of Collaboration, Openness, Responsibility and Excellence. We believe each of us is here to help others succeed and this has led to PIMCO being recognized as an innovator, industry thought leader and trusted advisor to our clients.
PIMCO is a preeminent leader across fixed income strategies, including registered 40 Act funds, and is expanding its capabilities across a broad range of opportunistic and alternative strategies in the private fund space. The individual will support the investment adviser compliance program, including private fund servicing. This position will be based in our corporate headquarters in Newport Beach, CA.
The individual will be responsible for supporting the investment adviser compliance program in the following areas, among others: leading the 206(4)-7 annual review process; assisting in drafting policies and procedures and other compliance-related documents, communications, and internal reporting; handling investment-related issues, conflicts of interest and governance matters as they relate to regulatory compliance; and training and education.
This position requires a professional with diplomatic and analytical skills who can flourish in a challenging, fast-paced, and professional environment with frequent shifts in priorities as business needs dictate. Strong writing skills are required.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Support the development and implementation of the investment adviser compliance program, working closely with members of the Compliance Department globally to drive enhancement and ensure consistency globally
Lead the 206(4)-7 206(4)-7 annual risk assessment, testing and annual review process
Draft and implement policies, procedures, memos and internal and external communications
Identify and address situations involving conflicts of interest
Handle regulatory compliance aspects of alternatives/private funds business
Work with various teams and departments including Legal, Portfolio Management, and client facing teams to identify and address regulatory matters
Must take initiative in learning and applying new skills and regulations
Proactively respond to business and regulatory changes
Professional Skills Requirements
Excellent problem-solving skills
Excellent communication and presentation skills; the ability to articulate clear ideas/strategies, both verbally and in writing, internally and externally
Intelligent, bright, critical thinker, and a quick learner with the ability to quickly assess a situation and generate new insights and usable ideas
Service-oriented; the ability to balance regulatory and policy standards along with a business perspective
A highly motivated self-starter with the willingness to "roll up your sleeves" and the ability to drive change
Exceptional organizational skills; the ability to effectively prioritize tasks, follow up, produce consistently accurate work, and meet strict deadlines
Highly flexible, multi-task oriented: capable of rapidly changing directions based on business demands
Consensus builder and team player with the ability to work well within a matrixed organization
Demonstrated self-awareness, cultural skills, and sensitivities to work effectively in a global organization
Have a strong sense of integrity, behaving consistently with expressed values and ethical principles of PIMCO
Working knowledge of MS Office suite including Word and Excel
Minimum 8 years of regulatory compliance experience with a large and diverse investment management firm serving in a compliance function or within the investment management/regulatory practice at a top-tier law firm, focused on both registered 40 Act products and private funds
An undergraduate degree is required, graduate degree or Juris Doctorate preferred
General knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to US investment managers and broker-dealers, including the Investment Advisers Act of 1940
Strong background in fixed income, alternatives, derivatives, commodities and equity strategies offered in a variety of investment products including (i.e., open-end mutual funds, closed-end funds, ETFs, separate accounts and private funds)
PIMCO follows a total compensation approach when rewarding employees which includes a base salary and a discretionary bonus. Base salary is the fixed component of compensation that is determined by core job responsibilities, relevant experience, internal level, and market factors. The discretionary bonus is used to award performance and therefore is determined by company, business, team, and individual performance.
Salary Range: $ 175,000.00 - $ 250,000.00
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