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Position: Middle Office Operations Analyst
Location: Charlotte, NC, 28202
Term: 6 months
Day-to-Day Responsibilities:Job description:
This is a Middle Office Operations Analyst role supporting the Credit Contingent Desk (CVA) and Macro Structured Solutions Trading Desk that reside within the Securities Space. This includes supporting trading and hedging activities that will include bonds, various interest rate swap products, credit default swaps, Eurodollars, FX, commodities transactions and structured link notes. Responsibilities of the team include trade capture, P&L generation and attribution, Volcker Risk-based P&L Attribution review, exception resolution, project management, position and trade maintenance, trial balance substantiation, and regulatory reporting. The candidate will interact closely with multiple business partners including Trading, Sales, Finance, Technology, Documentation, Legal, Payments and Market/Credit Risk. The candidate will also work with external counterparties in confirming and assuring trades settle appropriately. This individual will be responsible for a variety of day to day tasks as well as ad hoc requests and project work.
1+ years of capital markets industry experience; or 3+ years of military experience; or a Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The ideal candidate should have a thorough understanding of how capital markets work within a trading environment and have at least 3 years of experience in either a middle office support role and/or equivalent experience in supporting a derivative desk. Ideal candidate should have a strong skill set of profit and loss attribution (Greek based PL), strong understanding of derivative pricing, operational experience pertaining to capital market transactions, a conceptual understanding of either CVA , DVA, FVA, RWA, ImVA, Basel II and Basel III, and Dodd-Frank. Candidate must be able to effectively prioritize while multi-tasking. The candidate must have the ability to work in a fast paced and consistently changing environment. The person must be detail-oriented and respond in a timely manner to ad hoc requests. Candidate must be strong in Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Access, and VBA. SQL experience is preferred. Experience with trading applications such as Bloomberg, Calypso, and Broadridge is strongly preferred. A 4-year degree from an accredited university is required. Graduate work and/or other professional designations (MBA, CFA, etc) is preferred.