Your new company
This leading capital markets firm is looking for an experienced equity derivatives trader to join their firm. This is an exciting opportunity to join a market leader in a role that provides excellent scope for long term professional development and growth.
Your new role
Reporting to the Head of Trading, the successful candidate will be expected to hit the ground running and quickly assimilate to the new environment. You will need to be experienced in managing and monitoring the risks associated with trading structure products and should support in the enhancement of automation and growth of the trading platform where feasible.
You will be expected to develop a deep knowledge of exotic derivatives products and should he confident ensuring full desk coverage including order taking and execution. You will be expected to build good relationships across the business and be comfortable collaborating with sales and structuring teams to maximise opportunities.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to be successful in this position you will need to have a proven background in trading equity derivatives and have a strong analytical mind and an aptitude for problem solving.
Although not essential, candidates with exposure to VBA and Python would be regarded highly, as would candidates with a quantitative background.
What you need to do now
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