VP-Securities and Investment Management  Job Profile and Description

Reporting to the CFO, the VP for Securities and Investment Management provides the departmental leadership for a team of investment managers and officers who are tasked to optimize the company’s investment exposures or portfolio, whether to enhance its short term cash positions, provide venture capitalist funds to deserving entrepreneurial initiatives or to diversity its marketable securities portfolio.


VP-Securities and Investment Management Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage a team of investment professionals for fund management, securities and bonds management
  • Provide the corporate leadership to ensure the team perform their duties and responsibilities as assigned.
  • Maintain a healthy business relationship with securities brokers and investment managers by inviting them in sports events and corporate socials.
  • Provide the CFO and the executive finance committee with periodic reports on the performance of 3rd party stocks, government bonds and securities, commodities investments and other investment instruments.
  • Coordinate with HR in the hiring and firing of managers and directors in the department.

VP-Securities and Investment Management Skills and Specification

  • Must have extensive network of business contacts in the securities and investment industries as well as banks and financial institutions.
  • Must have excellent communication, presentation, diplomatic and negotiation skills.
  • Must have excellent organizational, supervisory, leadership and managerial skills


VP-Securities and Investment Management Education and Qualification

  • An MBM, MBA or masters degree in the management sciences is basic
  • At least 18 -25 years of experience in the financial department of a large company or bank with the last 10 years in a management or executive position.


VP-Securities and Investment Management Salary

The average annual salary of a VP for Securities and Investment Management is in line with most finance executive positions and will depend on the nature of the business, value of investments being managed, state, and holder‘s qualification.  Typically, a VP in this function can earn as much as $250.000 excluding bonuses and perks.