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JP Morgan - Rates Trading Support Analyst

Job Description

J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic student for a Rates Trading Support Analyst role in Sydney within the J.P. Morgan Investment Bank. We are looking for someone with a passion for financial markets as you will be sitting and working on the Trading desk. You will work alongside the Australia Trading and Business Management teams. As part of the team, you will deepen your understanding of the firm, learn how the trading business operates, work on strategic projects and contribute to the overall business success.

Role Description

What you'll be doing:
- Support the Australian Trading team in monitoring trading expenses
- Complete analysis on trading volumes and lead discussions with business head
- Analyse market trends and business performance to help identify new opportunities
- Assist the Australian Trading team with day-to-day queries
- Work collaboratively with Business Management on key strategic initiatives

Also, regardless of whether the job is FO/BO, would it be a good part time job for a sophomore?

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Comments (4)

Dec 10, 2018 - 8:45am

Most people would agree it's MO, although it's a lot closer to being FO than it is BO.

It's a pretty solid gig, would definitely look good on your CV and you'll learn quite a bit about trading.
Obviously there are better roles but it's still a good one to go with.

Edit: Re-read the post cause I thought the two below comments were a bit odd, but they're correct. I misread the bullet-points, at my firm "Rates trading support" is a lot closer to FO than that and actually active in the trading process. This job seems a lot more admin.
Still not a terrible opportunity, especially if you can network with the S&T teams.

Dec 10, 2018 - 10:37am

It's BO but looks like a good op. It sounds like the finance division of the trading desk.

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