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    Corporate Intelligence Analyst, Portuguese or Spanish Speaking

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      Corporate Intelligence Analyst, Portuguese or Spanish Speaking

      Washington DC

      $Negotiable

      Permanent

      The firm’s Corporate Intelligence division uses the latest research and intelligence-gathering techniques to investigate how companies and individuals really do business in today’s world. The firm works with some of the most prominent and sophisticated organisations to help them understand partners, customers, assets and territories across the globe – the healthcare company a private equity firm wants to invest in; the prospective client a bank wants to onboard; the market a multinational wants to enter.

       

      The firm also provides specialised investigative support to law firms, businesses and individuals in contentious situations such as litigation, commercial disputes and internal investigations.

       

      As an Analyst, you’ll be responsible for:

      ● Researching and writing compliance and intelligence reports on companies and individuals for due diligence and investigatory purposes;

      ● Providing subject matter expertise on the political, regulatory and corporate risk environments internationally;

      ● Conducting research primarily in English, and one or more of Spanish, Portuguese, or other European languages, on corporate and political issues; and

      ● Presenting to managers and clients.

       

      Skills, Knowledge & Experience

      ● Excellent research and investigative skills;

      ● A professional working proficiency in English;

      ● A working proficiency in one or more of Spanish or Portuguese would be highly advantageous;

      ● A working proficiency in French, German, Italian, or other European languages would also be beneficial, but not essential;

      ● As a minimum, a bachelor’s degree. Relevant degrees may include but are not limited to: economics, international relations, law, finance, political science, or similar; or equivalent work experience.

      ● Experience working in a relevant commercial environment is desirable, but not essential. Relevant commercial experience may include (but is not limited to) work within the corporate intelligence sector, law, finance, investigative journalism, energy, mining, and similar industries.

       

      Key Competencies

      ● A curious mindset and an enthusiasm for research and investigations;

      ● A clear interest in international business and political affairs;

      ● A demonstrable understanding of the different forms that corruption, bribery and influence peddling take

      ● An ability to thrive under pressure and work to tight deadlines;

      ● Excellent attention to detail; and

      ● A proactive mindset and a willingness to work outside the job specification when required.

      Posted by

      Ben Kinley

      Group Managing Director

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