Equity Derivatives & Trading- Senior Associate
Join our thriving Equity Derivatives & Trading team in London.
As a member of the Trading Division, you will join a team that provide clients with an integrated, end-to-end offering across global markets including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange and commodities.
In this role you will responsible for both setting up new and operating existing sustainably profitable fixed income arbitrage trading activities. Joining this team, you would be responsible for managing trading risks – bonds, bond futures, TRS, IRS, asset swaps, repo, CDS, IR futures and options.
Furthermore, you would be executing trades within approved product and risk limit frameworks, identifying opportunities to maximise returns on capital and funding, and introducing novel strategies. In this role, you’ll enjoy having the ability to contribute positively to our team and the organisation as a whole.
You will bring with you between a minimum of 2 years’ of relevant trading experience and possess excellent analytical, numerical reasoning, written and verbal communication skills. You will have an entrepreneurial spirit and a creative approach to problem solving whilst having the ability to handle high pressure situations. Your understanding of hedging, financial instruments, trading profit/losses as well as your technical skills in Excel/VBA & Python will enable to you to make a positive contribution quickly.
If you are an independent thinker, confident in your abilities and looking for a unique career opportunity, apply now.
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