Assistant Trader - Financial Markets

BungeGeneva, CH2M ago

Job Title: Assistant Trader, Financial Markets, Geneva Application: Please apply by sending your CV by email to: emilie.fairise@bunge.com Reporting Line: Manager – Financial Services Department: BFS Date JD prepared May 2019 Management Level: Role Purpose Statement Assist traders’ daily activity; position and P&L keeping, daily cash flow management, middle-front office transactions (trade tickets) Key Interfaces: Internal - External Bunge Product Lines, Treasury team, Banks (Trading, Research, Sales departments), middle-back office, BFS colleagues Dimensions Main Accountabilities Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)  Update and manage the Value Credit PnL file where credit trading book is kept  Put trade tickets into FXMM (internal risk management system), control and reconcile trader book with FXMM statements  Manage the relationship with internal and external middle and back offices concerning the daily fixed income transactions  Check system PnL on a day to day basis to avoid any discrepancy with trader book  Interact with sell side trading desks on trade confirmations, pricing of trades and new issues allocations  Eventually build the skill sets to trade sovereign and corporate credits globally for the portfolio  Build simple spread sheets to display financials and modeling for balance sheets of company as needed  Create a tracking system on relative value opportunities in fixed income credit bond markets  Develop skill sets to understand credit trading values and make decisions on buy/sell ideas over time Accuracy, discipline, precision, attention, analytical approach, reliability Knowledge, Skills and Experience Competencies  Strong fundamentals in corporate accounting, modeling and balance sheet analysis skills  Strong credit research fundamentals skills  Strong excel modeling skills under office skills  Strong quantitative back ground  Fluent in English  Ability to work independently, and highly detailed oriented  EU or Swiss national a must Decision-Making