Portfolio Manager

The portfolio manager makes sure that investments have a reasonable risk / return and that they are adequate to support profit and matching requirements of engagements for the ensured or for the company’s retirement plan.

Level of education

  • DEC or bachelor's degree in statistics, mathematics or actuarial science


  • Between $ 77,818 and $ 116,821 depending on experience



  • Complex and statistical calculations
  • Good judgment
  • Establish interpersonal relationships
  • Comfortable with numbers
  • Analyzing, deducing and understanding

Description of Tasks

Initiate, recommend and authorize transactions.

Recommend the mix of assets and the choice of titles.

Recommends and implements investment improvement strategies. Develops and structures basic and quantitative research as well as monitoring.