Junior Operations Analyst (x2) Junior Operations Analyst (x2) …

One Ten Associates
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 26 Sep 21
Competitive
One Ten Associates
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 26 Sep 21
Competitive
Posted by:
Vijay Sanghvi • Recruiter
Posted by:
Vijay Sanghvi
Recruiter
A couple of hedge funds are looking for junior ops analysts to join their businesses. Both roles offer excellent learning and development opportunities, along with broad responsibilities.

Both funds are 'boutique' thus have plently of room to grow. They are looking for candidates with no less than 1 years' experience and a max of 3 years. You will be supporting the head of operations on various day to day tasks (some of which are listed below), enabling the smooth operation of the trade lifecycle. Product experience is fairly flexible, however, fixed income and equity is preferred. Buyside or sellside experience is fine.

  • Monitoring the trading system, as well as responsibility for maintaining accurate data from outsourced middle office service provider. EOD trade reconciliation process;
  • Cash & collateral management oversight;
  • Daily cash and position reconciliation;
  • Daily P&L reconciliation;
  • Daily Risk Management monitoring/ reconciliation/ reporting;
  • Producing daily/ monthly NAVs and reconciling to Fund administrator;
  • Asset & share class hedging;
  • Act as a focal point for resolution of all operational issues;
  • Maintain good relationships with Custodians and Fund Admins;
  • Operational and counterparty risk monitoring;

These roles offer a great platform to get business-wide exposure and have the opportunity to take ownership of various tasks. The hiring managers appreciate the value of hard work and are keen to hire an individual that can come in, apply themselves fully and in return, they’ll be given all of the support to develop themselves and their career further.

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