Real Estate Financial Analyst

  • Location:

    City of London, London

  • Sector:

    Asset Management

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  • Salary:

    £50000 - £55000 per annum + bonus

  • Contact:

    Ian McGill

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

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The CFO at a Real Estate Investment fund based in Central London is looking to recruit a Financial Analyst to report directly into him. This is a very commercial role with exposure to financial modelling, valuations and analysis relating to the core funds.

They are looking to recruit a qualified accountant into this role who has strong Excel and technical skills. Ideally the successful candidate will have a good knowledge of Real Estate or wider investment management.


This Real Estate Investment business is seeking to appoint an Analyst to work on the various activities within the business, with a focus on the group's key funds

Responsibilities include:

* Update fund factsheets, investor reports and presentations
* Update and review fund and asset models for budgeting and forecasting
* Model and analyse fund performance
* Review the financial accuracy of valuation models provided by the funds' valuers
* Collate, present and give a meaningful opinion on financial information;
* Financial modelling and administrative support for investment, divestment and refinancing transactions


* Educated to at least degree level with an accountancy background, preferably qualified;
* Highly numerate, with financial modelling skills together with high technical proficiency with Microsoft Excel;
* Knowledge of real estate would be beneficial;
* Energetic, lateral thinker with an enquiring mind and a commercial approach;
* High degree of personal drive and motivation to succeed;
* Good communicator and highly articulate (written and oral), with high quality report writing skills;
* Ability to learn quickly and keep abreast of developments.


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