Board Advisor

Ville-Haute, Luxembourg CDI

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About Innpact S.A.

Innpact is the first certified B Corporation and the first impact finance AIFM in Luxembourg. We recruit people who believe in finance as a force for good to support sustainable impact finance initiatives aiming at solving social and environmental issues. Our talents are passionate about impact finance and have very high ethical standards.


Based in Luxembourg, we are active globally and provide specialized consulting services in the establishment and management of impact finance initiatives. Innpact has supported the establishment of impact finance vehicles in excess of € 6 billion, providing significant contributions to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.



Job description

The Board Advisor provides General Secretary, Relationship Management, and advisory services to the Boards of Directors of Innpact’s investment fund clients, supporting them in steering and managing their funds. Most of these investment funds are complex structured, private equity/debt like, blended finance vehicles which require extensive abilities in understanding their challenging operational and legal set-ups.        


Your responsibilities (may vary depending on the level of seniority and autonomy):

  • Advise the Board(s) of Directors, and more particularly their Chairperson(s), in all management, corporate and administrative matters.
  • Coordinate the relationship with the clients and ensure client’s satisfaction.
  • Coordinate the preparation of board meetings and general meetings of shareholders and ensure adequate follow-up.
  • Coordinate enhancements and changes to the structure of the investment funds with all their service providers (custodian, administrative agent, legal counsel, auditor, investment manager/advisor).
  • Lead any updates to the constitutive documents of the funds (prospectus/issue document, articles, etc.) with the assistance of our legal officer and/or with external legal counsel.
  • Coordinate the drafting, preparation and execution of all investor related agreements (commitment agreements, subscription forms, amendments to such agreements, etc.) in collaboration with the various service providers of the funds.
  • Supervise Junior Board Advisors.
  • Ensure alignment of invoices with budget.


Profile

  • Your desire is to align your job with your values which are to deliver sustainable and responsible services.
  • A university graduate - ideally in business, finance, law, economics or accounting. Knowledge of sustainable finance / development or impact finance would a plus but not mandatory.
  • An investment fund professional with 3-5 years’ experience in the Luxembourg investment fund industry, essentially in alternative investment funds, with a thorough understanding of all aspects of the life of a Luxembourg investment fund.
  • Preferably with prior experience in a management company, audit firm, custodian/fund admin. agent as account/relationship manager, or in the domiciliary agency department.
  • Aspiring to work for a fast-paced, growing, and dynamic firm.
  • Native English preferred, otherwise fluency in both written and spoken English is a pre-requisite – German would be an advantage.


Ville-Haute, Luxembourg
CDI
Finance
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