Bridge Investment Group is a leading privately held real estate investment and property management firm with over $13 billion in assets under management. Bridge pursues investment opportunities in targeted real estate sectors that offer attractive returns including current income and capital appreciation. Its real estate activities encompass the acquisition, financing, property management, optimization and disposition of real assets and CRE-backed fixed income securities. The Company operates in five targeted verticals; multifamily, office, seniors housing, opportunity zone investments and CRE-backed fixed income, and has specialized investment teams focused on each of these areas to generate above-market returns for its investors.
Bridge is well-regarded for its high integrity and collaborative leadership culture that rewards both individual thinking and team decision-making. Our leadership are seasoned professionals who bring their vast experience and high standards of excellence to their work.
Given our horizontal scope and vertical integration, Bridge professionals are empowered to work across functional teams. As a result, they are deeply specialized and highly versatile with a clear understanding of how their roles fit into a broader context.
Our leaders’ value career development and take seriously the role they play in developing next generation leaders. Bridge professionals embody accountability and seek to deliver high-quality results through creativity and innovation.
Expectations of the role:
The Associate, Treasury-Investments is responsible for applying quantitative skills, experience, and informed judgment to enhance the short-term investment performance of Bridge invested funds. You will do this by identifying and sourcing new investment opportunities and evaluate the bank’s absolute and relative performance including portfolio, asset class, and level risk management related to liquidity and participate in other treasury functions.
Analytics and Due Diligence
Skills and Abilities
Education, Experience and Knowledge