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In the role of Derivatives CoE, Sr. Associate you will be responsible for: Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Working with offshore team to resolve issues and provide training
Resolving swap income related issues and queries
Liaising directly with internal and external clients, custodian and brokers as required, in respect of all derivative queries and audit requests.
To produce and supply accurate and timely data to external parties in accordance with procedures.
To adhere to Client and Internal reporting deadlines for respective regulations.
Maintain communications with line management.
Assist the manager by providing statistics and Key Performance Indicators for the team.
Active involvement in the implementation of new processes and the improvement of existing ones.
To perform role in accordance with internal procedures and compliance requirements.
To be successful in this role, your experience should include:
Knowledge & Skills Required
Minimal knowledge of ETD products and markets, the margining and reconciliation process
Bachelor Degree or relevant experience
Experience in Derivatives.
Understanding of standards, methodologies, processes, systems and technology necessary to support investment management operations.
Good analytical, consultative interviewing skills and ability to analyse on the spot.
Good team working skills.
Strong writing, communication and presentation skills to audiences of different sizes and levels of seniority.
Must be self motivated, adaptable and show initiative in different circumstances and under pressure.
Flexibility in working outside of your responsibilities and areas of expertise.
PC literate - Word & Excel skills necessary.
Requirement for business travel domestically and possibly at short notice