DERIVATIVES OPERATIONS - ASSISTANT MANAGER / SENIOR OFFICER

  • competitive package
  • Hong Kong
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Recruitment Intelligence Consultants Limited
  • 22 nov. 17 2017-11-22

An international asset management house is looking for a high caliber professional to join as Derivatives Operations - Assistant Manager/ Senior Officer. The position is based in Hong Kong.

  • International Asset Management House
  • Excellent Exposure

Our client is an international asset management house with an unparalleled reputation across the Asia Pacific region. With the continued growth of the organization, the need has arisen to recruit high caliber professional to join them.

You will be responsible daily settlements of cash and collateral for exchange traded and over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives and resolve any issues with the counterparty, custodian and back office, dealing with custodian(s) regarding the logistics and the reconciliation of in-transit cash and collateral settlements. You will also be responsible for daily cash and collateral reconciliation and operations, negotiating and coordinating collateral transfers and receipts with derivatives counterparties, reviewing and signing-off on daily pricing input reconciliation, new trade validation and various ad-hoc projects, reporting and analysis.  Lastly, you will review and sign-off on daily market data inputs reconciliation and perform new trade validation.

You should be a Degree holder with minimum 3 years of experience in investment operations or settlement.  Understanding of Derivatives will be an added advantage (i.e. equity, fixed income and exchange traded and over the counter (OTC) derivatives) as well as knowledge and experience with cash management, cash flow forecast, reconciliations, post trade handling, reporting and fund operations would be required.

Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to mho@ric.com.hk or by fax to (852) 2838 3323 quoting reference eFC2829.

(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)