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Overview:

The CVA trading desk is part of the Counterparty Portfolio Management (CPM) LOB focused on managing counterparty credit risk in the Bank’s derivatives portfolio. Traders are engaged in a broad range of functions including pricing, hedging, analyzing risk, structuring innovative trades and reviewing credit structures across various derivative products including rates, fx, commodities, credit, etc.

Description:

The candidate MUST be able to thrive in a fast-paced and intense environment. He or she will work alongside senior members of the CVA desk on a wide range of tasks, including but not limited to:

Price and analyze credit and capital requirements
Perform detailed reviews of counterparty portfolios including analyzing trade structures and documentation
Demonstrate understanding of risk drivers and develop methodologies to help mitigate them
Engage in ad-hoc projects on a regular basis
Closely follow and understand market activity
Demonstrate strong work ethic and business judgment
Interact with other LOBs within Global Markets and support areas (including finance, legal, credit, quants, etc.)

Qualifications

Knowledge of Derivatives and Credit markets desired
Strong writing and spreadsheet skills
Must be a self starter who is resourceful
Must have excellent communication skills, written and verbal
Must have strong attention to detail
Must work well in a collaborative team environment
Strategic and creative thinking
Ability to learn quickly and take on new responsibilities
Must be able to multi task and work well under pressure/deadlines"

Comments (8)

  • Wasserstag526's picture

    Why does everyone on this site care about MO or Bo stupid titles. It's all about what you are actually doing and what skills you are developing.

    'We're bigger than U.S. Steel"

  • In reply to Wasserstag526
    WallStreetStandard's picture

    Wasserstag526 wrote:
    Why does everyone on this site care about MO or Bo stupid titles. It's all about what you are actually doing and what skills you are developing.

    It's never about the skills but about the prestige and the people you know.

  • In reply to WallStreetStandard
    rogersterling59's picture

    WallStreetStandard wrote:
    Wasserstag526 wrote:
    Why does everyone on this site care about MO or Bo stupid titles. It's all about what you are actually doing and what skills you are developing.

    It's never about the skills but about the prestige and the people you know.

    You're either kidding or you're an idiot, but I can't tell which one

    I would agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

  • In reply to rogersterling59
    WallStreetStandard's picture

    rogersterling59 wrote:
    WallStreetStandard wrote:
    Wasserstag526 wrote:
    Why does everyone on this site care about MO or Bo stupid titles. It's all about what you are actually doing and what skills you are developing.

    It's never about the skills but about the prestige and the people you know.

    You're either kidding or you're an idiot, but I can't tell which one

    A little of both :)

  • In reply to WallStreetStandard
    rogersterling59's picture

    WallStreetStandard wrote:
    rogersterling59 wrote:
    WallStreetStandard wrote:
    Wasserstag526 wrote:
    Why does everyone on this site care about MO or Bo stupid titles. It's all about what you are actually doing and what skills you are developing.

    It's never about the skills but about the prestige and the people you know.

    You're either kidding or you're an idiot, but I can't tell which one

    A little of both :)

    Hahaha touche. I think we can all relate to that...

    I would agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

  • BTbanker's picture

    we're all just one trade away from humility

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