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Treasury Operations Analyst

Location:
London
Salary:
To £40,000
Job type:
Permanent
Job reference:
SS/148720

Large bank seeks a Treasury Operations Analyst to join their growing team in London.

Responsibilities:

  • Processing and settling treasury transactions, with particular focus on interest rate derivatives
  • Confirmations
  • Cash and securities settlements
  • Collateral and margin management
  • Reconciling portfolios


You must have experience of processing and settlements across treasury transactions - IRS, FX options, money markets etc. It is also essential that you have experience of Derivatives.

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