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Trading & Wholesale Conduct

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £69,000 - £80,000
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: NE167349
  • Sector: Professional Services
Job Description

Manager Trading & wholesale Conduct.


£69,000 - £80,000


Global consultancy based in London.


They have expanded their team because of an increase in work load and need a talented Manager level consultant to come on board. you must have an outgoing personality and an ability to talk to senior stakeholders with confidence about wholesale banking & trading regulation (Mifid II, EU BMR, SMCR, MAR)


Ideally you will have of key bank functions including Front office, Market Risk, Product control, Treasury and Compliance. Also a strong understanding of financial products (cash and derivatives) including the front to back of how they are traded, booked and risk managed.


You key role will be advising clients and supporting the development of trading and wholesale conduct topics including Market Abuse, Benchmarks and Risk Free rates, FX Conduct, Standards in wholesale markets and Electronic trading.


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