Collateral Management, Associate Permanent Job in Singapore

job summary

posted date

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

job reference

90M0280021_1484120806

position type

Permanent

market sector

Banking

working hours

Full-Time

location

Singapore, Singapore

job description

Our client, an established global bank, is seeking for a passionate individual to join them as an Associate in the Collateral Management team.

about the company

Our client, an established global bank, is a market leader in dynamic markets with a distinguished multinational culture. As an organization passionate about driving changes and empowering its employees come up with new initiatives, they are seeking for a passionate individual to join them as an Associate in the Collateral Management team.

about the job

As the successful candidate, your key responsibilities include:

  • Ensure the timely and accurate daily collateral management & settlements
  • Managing daily margin calls for clients and providing support and advice for front and middle office staff
  • Assisting in validation of market data with systems
  • Reviewing ISDA and other legal documentation to interpret regulatory and market regulatory changes
  • Monitoring of collateral positions and performing corporate actions
  • Reconciling and resolving breaks between external and internal collateral management systems
  • Assisting in projects initiatives to provide solutions for process enhancements

about the manager/team

You will be part of a team with a strong and dynamic culture which constantly strives for excellence.

skills & experience required

  • At least 3 years of experience in the collateral management space with strong experience in the ISDA function
  • Well versed in the Microsoft Office applications especially Excel
  • Ability to write macros scripts and VBAs will be highly advantageous
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Meticulous, inquisitive and able to work independently in a fast-paced environment

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively please contact Abigail Lee at 65101463.

EA: 94C3609/R1546922


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