Title pretty much says it all. I'm already running my own sell-side books/risk and have some PnL history, trying to move to buyside. I'm still a little hesitant to jump into a buy-side sink or swim PM role at this point, but have some opportunities to work closely with some prominent discretionary Macro PMs/founders of multi-billion funds. However the roles are all described.
Is execution trading a valid path to a PM or risk-taking role? Will I be able to learn from the PMs or just be clicking/booking things? I realize this varies from role to PM, are there any signals I should look for during the interview process?
Ideally I'd rather have a Jr PM title but there's not many of those spots around.
Calling [email protected]"Bondarb" @"Martinghoul" @"LCYM" @"Macro Arbitrage"
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