Market Surveillance Analyst
- New York, NY, États-Unis
- CDI, Plein-temps
- Chicago Mercantile Exchange
- 22 janv. 19
Market Surveillance Analyst
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The Market Surveillance Analyst monitors assigned products, related cash, & derivative markets in order to detect market conditions, positions or activity that could adversely affect Exchange contracts. Analysts are provided w/ tools & information sources that display manipulation & analysis of data related to trading activity, position maintenance & news. They work closely w/ experienced staff & develop the capacity to conduct high quality routine surveillance & investigations w/ minimal supervision.
• Communicate surveillance analyses and findings to department management and to other members of the department.
• Conduct investigations in connection with the department¿s monitoring of compliance with ex-pit transaction, position limit, delivery and reporting rules and are expected to develop a sound understanding of surveillance and product rules, deliveries and back-office protocols, and surveillance and investigative techniques.
• Exhibit strong written and verbal communication skills and will routinely engage market participants and representatives of clearing firms in conducting contract surveillance activities and case responsibilities.
• Monitor market participation, deliveries, news and economic performance of assigned products, and must demonstrate a solid understanding of the fundamental factors that influence the price of their assigned contracts.
• Prepare written reports that are reviewed by management staff and, in situations involving material rule violations, presented to Exchange disciplinary committees.
Skills & Software Requirements:
MS Word, MS Excel and various proprietary Market Regulation systems.