Joanne Job is Managing Director – Head of Investment Consulting. She has responsibility for strategy reviews, manager selection, investment research, portfolio analytics and due diligence of private market funds.
Joanne is a British Chevening Scholar. She is the London Beneficiary Selection Chair of 100 Women in Finance, a global non-for-profit organisation. Joanne is also on the Steering Committee of the Investment Consultants Sustainability Working Group which aims to improve sustainable practices within the industry.
Prior to joining MJ Hudson, Joanne Job spent five years in the alternative investments group at Moody’s Investors Service in London. She held lead analyst responsibilities for credit ratings of asset management companies, operational quality ratings of hedge funds, credit ratings of structured products securitised by fund of hedge fund portfolios and ratings of exchange-traded funds. Before Moody’s, Joanne worked for GlobeOp Financial Services, a Hedge Fund Administrator, covering hedge funds based primarily in Europe. Joanne also held positions as Equity Analyst at ABN Amro Asia Securities, and as a Fund Manager covering US markets at Cirne International, a fund of funds based in Mauritius.
- MSc in Finance, Cass Business School
- LL.M (Master of Laws), Queen Mary, University of London
Recent client work
- manager selection across infrastructure, real estate, and factor investing for an institutional pension fund
- due diligence reports on private credit managers for an LGPS client
- operational risk review of a large private markets asset manager
“A group of 12 leading investment consultancies in the UK have banded together to help bolder sustainability practices across the industry. Aon, Barnett Waddingham, Cambridge Associates, Cardano, Hymans Robertson, ISIO, LCP, Mercer, MJ Hudson Allenbridge, Redington, SEI and Willis Towers Watson will collaborate as ESG goals in investment shoot up the agenda of investment professionals.”