CSO Ticket Broker, Energy, London/Milan

  • Competitive
  • Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni Londres Angleterre GB
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Redstone Commodity Search
  • 17 juil. 18 2018-07-17

CSO Ticket Broker, Energy, London/Milan

Job Reference: RS0311B
Job Title: CSO Ticket Broker, Energy, London/Milan
Location: Europe
Product: Energy
Role: Trading

Redstone Commodity Search focus on offering 360° search solutions to the global commodities markets. With a competitive coverage of Trading Houses, Producers, Majors, Utilities, Merchants, Hedge Funds, Investment Banks and Brokerages; Redstone Commodity Search can confidently offer you an edge in today's volatile market.
Redstone Commodity Search are working with a global commodity brokerage looking to expand their CSO ticket team in London and Milan.

Key Responsibilities / Tasks

  • Build your own book of business around compulsory stock obligation (CSO) tickets for crude and petroleum products
  • Conduct regular market analysis across the oil complex and research to source key market information for your client base across all oil products, crude and fuels
  • Structure deals to extract the maximum value for both parties whilst up-selling services to oil product, petroleum and crude clients
  • Become an industry expert to build client relationships within the crude/products markets and deliver high quality levels of service
  • Reports into Managing Director

Key Qualifications / Experience
  • • 2+ years' experience in working in a brokerage / trading house (experience broking CSO tickets is highly desirable)
  • • Transferable portfolio of clients within the crude/petroleum space is highly desirable
  • • Fluent in English (additional European languages are highly desirable)
  • • Entrepreneurial attitude with strong problem solving and attention to detail
  • • Located in Europe
If you match the job description and are keen on applying for this role; please send us a copy of your resume/cover letter to  thomas@redstonesearch.com  or submit your application through the Vacancy Form.