ASSOCIATE - RATES, FX AND CREDIT STRUCTURING

  • Highly competitive
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Eames Consulting Singapore , EA Licence No: 16S8091
  • 28 Jul 17

Opportunity to join a global bank who are continuing their Asian expansion...

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Working in collaboration with client coverage teams from Finanical Markets Sales and Coverage, the team designs bespoke solutions to help the bank’s client’s hedge, invest and raise financing effectively.
  • A structurer needs to deliver practical and viable solutions, within several objectives and constraints, conciliating among various stakeholders:
  • Clients (economic objectives, hedging policies, risk appetite
  • Bank’s resources (Credit limits, balance sheet returns, liquidity availability, reputational risk
  • Markets and products (trading limits, market liquidity, available products
  • Regulatory (Legal and compliance, tax, accounting, 
  • Leverage familiarity with derivatives-based solutions to originate and execute FM business and maximise cross-sell revenue
  • Provide pricing to Sales for structured FX, Rates and Credit both at the origination and execution levels; facilitate deal execution across FXRC where required
  • Support senior members of the team and help them design, promote and execute bespoke derivatives-based solutions for the bank’s clients
  • Demonstrate excellent soft skills including deal communications, idea sharing, stakeholders liaison and strong team play
  • Co-operate on global initiatives and share information, ideas with sales and structurers outside the region
  • Preparing marketing material achieving the right balance of positioning and risks representation in accordance with the Fair Dealing Guidelines
  • Understand the way risks and returns are measured by the bank in order to offer solutions that are achievable and sustainable for both the bank and its clients
  • Providing impartial guidance in matters of product appropriateness and suitability
  • Discourage transactions with an inappropriate risk profile for either the bank or its clients