Asset Management Division, Alternative Investment Manager Selection, Client Portfolio Solutions, Private Equity, SLC, Associate

Location(s) US-UT-Salt Lake City
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Schedule Type
Full Time
Investment Management
Asset Management
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Public Mkts Inv/Portfolio Mgmt
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Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) delivers innovative investment solutions through a global, multi-product platform that offers clients the advantages that come with working with a large firm, while maintaining the benefits of a boutique. GSAM is one of the pre-eminent investment management organizations globally. Critical to the success of GSAM is our ability to leverage a global team of talented professionals to define solutions and lead change across the operational infrastructure.


AIMS: Alternative Investments & Manager Selection

The Alternative Investments & Manager Selection (“AIMS”) Group is responsible for identifying, researching and selecting leading third-party investment managers. The group provides investors with investment and advisory solutions across leading hedge fund managers, private equity funds, secondaries, GP stakes, real estate managers, public equity and fixed income strategies.

With over 350 professionals across 11 offices globally, the AIMS Group helps institutional and individual investors with their program design, manager diligence, portfolio construction and risk management. The investment solutions in AIMS have a long history and our programs have seeded and partnered with many of the world's most prominent alternative investment managers.

Today, AIMS 
oversees over $300 billion across portfolios of both customized and commingled fund solutions as one of the world's broadest, deepest and longest-standing “open architecture” programs. We manage globally diversified programs, targeted sector-specific strategies, customized portfolios, and a range of advisory services. Our investors generally access opportunities through new fund commitments, secondary market investments, co-investments, seed capital investments, investment manager equity / revenue share stakes, or fund of fund solutions.


Client Portfolio Solutions

The Client Portfolio Solutions team is responsible for managing client interactions across the firm’s investment businesses, which includes private equity, real estate, infrastructure and future areas of potential expansion. These responsibilities include the development and production of marketing and other client update materials, the drafting of responses to client questions and requests for information, and the collection and analysis of relevant market data.


Principal Responsibilities

  • Produce and update marketing and other client materials, including but not limited to product profiles, pitch books, performance and data analyses, update call and annual meeting materials, and other ad hoc client portfolio updates or inquiries
  • Draft responses to and run analytics for client diligence questions and templates, including both ongoing client deliverables and communications as well as new business development activities such as completion of requests for information (RFIs) and due diligence questionnaires (DDQs) during fundraising
  • Manage data room access and content for fundraises, including case studies, sample client reporting and other documents
  • Help answer questions internally from salespeople across all sales channels (private wealth, institutional, third party distribution) related to the platform
  • Coordinate closely with investment team and other internal stakeholders such as legal, risk management, operations, compliance, controllers and tax in order to respond to client requests and inquiries
  • Help populate and maintain prospective client trackers


  • Excellent analytical, communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational skills to manage production of a high volume of quality work within tight timeframes, often including multiple simultaneous projects
  • Attention to detail—proven experience of delivering high levels of accuracy
  • Knowledge and understanding of Excel, PowerPoint and Word and adaptability to learn other software products
  • Candidate must be a team player and self-motivated, demonstrating a willingness to take on more responsibility over time



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