The premier platform for finding jobs in the hedge fund market all over the world.
The HFObserver team provides subscribers with weekly updates on publicly listed jobs from named hedge funds and jobs sent exclusively to HFObserver, which are then categorized by level of seniority, by functional role, by firm type and by geography. As a result members review and search the largest array of live opportunities and determine where their abilities and skills are best matched.
The platform is built to enable members to review directly relevant roles easily while also allowing members to review functional roles that may be equally as relevant. Members can also select opportunities from stand-alone hedge funds and hedge fund allocators, and also from hedge fund and allocator divisions of banks, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds, pensions, government institutions, industry/corporations, family offices and private equity firms.
The HFObserver Team works hard to ensure that jobs listed are live and are from reputable firms and that each opportunity is appropriately categorized. We research each job opportunity before posting onto our member platform. We also ensure that all aggregated human capital news is newsworthy and categorized so members can get an accurate picture of human capital developments at the industry level, the firm level and the individual level.
Whenever HFObserver posts exclusive or non-exclusive career information and advice on our member site, members can rest assured that the information has been vetted by leaders in the field of human capital. We also employ database experts to ensure that all information and news is systematically categorized so as to be most useful to our members.
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