As part of the GIIN’s mission to accelerate the scale and effectiveness of impact investing, we publish job openings from members of the GIIN Investors’ Council and other impact investing leaders.

Independent Financial Advisor

at La Fondation pour le Tri-National de la Sangha in Home office

About the Job

As the interface between its asset managers and the FTNS, the FTNS is supported by an Independent Financial Advisor. The primary duty of the Independent Financial Advisor is providing sound investment advice and financial guidance to FTNS free of any conflict of interest. FTNS’s Independent Financial Advisor has four complementary roles:

A. Strategic Investment Policy
B. Supporting Investment Management
C. Portfolio Supervision
D. Reporting

More details are provided in the Terms of Reference.

Qualifications

Interested firms and individuals may contact the Tender Agent Rene Meyer by email ftns@renemeyer.org to obtain the Terms of Reference and more details about the Solicitation Procedure which include the required qualifications.

To apply

The FTNS now invites Proposals by interested and qualified firms and individuals. The Solicitation procedure is implemented by a Tender Agent on behalf of the FTNS. Interested firms and individuals may contact the Tender Agent Rene Meyer by email ftns@renemeyer.org to obtain the Terms of Reference and more details about the Solicitation Procedure.

La Fondation pour le Tri-National de la Sangha

The Sangha Trinational Trust Fund (“FTNS”) is a private foundation established as a Charity under English law with permission to operate in Cameroon, where its headquarters are located. The FTNS was established in 2007 with the purpose to provide sustainable financial support for the conservation of the Sangha Trinational (TNS) which is a transboundary forest complex including three contiguous protected areas: The Lobeke National park (Cameroon), Nouabalé Ndoki (Republic of Congo) and the Protected Areas of Dzanga Sangha (Central African Republic).

FTNS catalyzes resources to promote the conservation of biodiversity in the TNS forests through the financing of protected areas and through investment in sustainable community development. In collaboration with technical and financial partners its objective is to support both the implementation of best practices for the conservation of biodiversity and the socio-economic well-being of communities as well as other stakeholders in and around TNS to support.