- London, England, United Kingdom
- Permanent, Full time
- Credit Suisse -
- 17 Jan 19
Equity Derivatives Trade Support - London # 114504
ITS Equity Derivatives and Investor Products Trade Management are a team who perform Trade Support, for the Equity Derivative Business, it offers:
- The chance to work in a dynamic environment, part of the Equity Derivative business which also includes Sales, Trading and Structuring departments
- The ability to learn about Equity Derivatives.
- The opportunity to move within a diverse team and learn new aspects of supporting our Business. Products include, but are not limited to; Structured Derivatives, Structured Notes, Equity Options, Convertible Bonds, Fund Linked Derivatives and OTC exotics.
You will be responsible for:
- Support the Trading teams to ensure accurate, timely and efficient capture and execution of trades in the bank's core risk and trade processing systems.
- Monitor, lead, own and address issues related to trade collection management information and operational risk metrics.
- Support Trading supervisors with their management of trade capture related controls.
- Perform route cause analysis, identify and implement solutions (process improvement, technology and behavioral).
- Provide trade capture support where required.
- Support Traders query management, lifecycle activity, maturity and expiries.
- Represent the business in the development of strategic trade capture systems.
- Craft specifications for operational improvements, and drive projects to completion and implementation.
- Engagement with Senior Business Managers.
- Escalation point for our BDC's and other partners both internal and external.
Open to discussing flexible/agile working.
- Highly organized and extremely detail oriented.
- Ability to prioritize workload and multi task.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Intermediate excel skills.
- Solid experience in the financial industry.
- Experience in a structured products role.
- Experience in trade capture and controls.
- Experience with Equity Derivative products is preferred.