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Join an international team to perform in an exciting and challenging environment.
If you are looking to launch your career in alternative asset management, or move it up to the next level, consider joining LGT Capital Partners. We are always on the lookout for talented individuals who have a passion for alternative investments and a global perspective. With eleven offices spread across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, our team of more than 500 professionals represents 52 different nationalities and speaks 47 languages between them. We do so with a single desire to serve the alternative investment needs of our institutional client base, who turn to us for a wide range of solutions across:
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We would like to hear from people across the full range of investment expertise – from analysts and portfolio managers to risk managers, investment controllers, legal specialists and investor relations professionals. Please also contact us if you have skills or experience in any of our important support functions, such as IT, finance, human resources or team assistant.
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If you join LGT Capital Partners, you will become part of a firm with a long history of investing in people, our most important asset. Our team members benefit from:
*Certain benefits and programs may not be available in all countries where LGT Capital Partners is present.
Tycho Sneyers, Managing Partner LGT Capital Partners
"Diversity matters in creating robust investment portfolios and it also matters when it comes to the human capital of investment firms. Different people with different backgrounds provide different perspectives on the risks and returns of investments and how to best run an investment business. We have created a very diverse workforce when it comes to the nationalities and backgrounds of the people we employ. But when it comes to gender balance, we still have work to do. And therefore we have launched several initiatives to attract, retain and promote talented women."