Support the lead Portfolio Oversight for one or more CIM Investment Funds. CIM’s Portfolio Oversight function leads coordinated efforts among internal teams to enhance portfolio performance, guide internal and external communications and serve as the main point of contact for product-specific fundraising initiatives.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The candidate will be tasked with managing a workload which includes both individual responsibilities and collaborative assignments focused on the following areas: Portfolio Oversight – Act as subject matter expert on the strategy and underlying investments within an assigned portfolio to ensure decisions regarding individual assets are made with an eye towards the impact on the portfolio as a whole Acquisition and disposition analysis – work with Investments team for buy/sell/hold recommendations on assets within assigned portfolio Portfolio and asset-level leverage analysis – Analysis and support for decisions relating to leverage & lending within assigned Investment pipeline – Maintain up to date knowledge and understanding of potential acquisitions Co-investments – Act as subject matter expert on assigned assets for co-investors and potential co-investors Performance monitoring – Oversee and monitor the overall performance of all assets in the portfolio and provide updates to investors, internal stakeholders Product Development – Assist with new product creation including the launch of new funds and co-investment opportunities Legal / regulatory requirements (PPM, LPA, Separate Account etc.) Market research Development of presentations and materials to support marketing and due diligence efforts (Flipbook, DDQ, Case Studies, etc.) Lead internal education efforts for internal stakeholders of any new products Investor negotiation (side letters, closings) Fundraising – Meet the needs of existing and prospective partners and co-investors to support our fundraising activities by acting as subject matter expert on performance of assigned portfolio and all current & future offerings Partner and Co-investor meetings / calls and tours On-site and off-site due diligence meetings Continuous improvement of service offering Investor reporting (Quarterly Letter, Update Book)
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: (including certification, licenses, etc.) 5+ Years’ prior experience in Real Estate or Investment Banking or related field MBA preferredDemonstrated competence with Microsoft Office including Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word Demonstrated experience with financial modeling
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: Must be willing to travel up to 25% of the time