Caceis Luxembourg

Investment banking

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Trader securities finance H/F

16 March District de Luxembourg, Luxembourg Perm

If you are seeking a challenging position in which you can fully leverage your strong Securities Lending/Repo Trading experience as well as your quantitative and programming skills, then joining our team is the ideal opportunity for you.
On the Trading side, you will be charge of managing a book of securities lending & financing which will imply developing strong relationship with market counterparts.
In addition, you will have to increase Trading efficiency through incorporating AI and machine learning in order to streamline OTC trades workflow.

You will be responsible for generating and increasing revenues for our clients through an optimal lending Trading allocation ( Returns on the Lendable assets base).
As a member of the SF team, you will be expected to have a deep knowledge of Equities/ Fixed Income markets as well as an understanding of IT applied in a Trading context
Distribution and pricing of  loans
Pricing and executing Securities Lending & Repo transactions according to market levels and opportunities 
Building and maintaining strong relationships with our counterparts in order to increase the flow business
Identifying and structuring new Trading products/strategies with the Sales team to offer to our final clients, this might include cross-products structures involving other desks with the bank ( forex, treasury, execution ...)
Answering to the Requests for Price (RfP) and portfolios bids in collaboration with the Securities Finance Sales team 
Defining/ developing quantitative tools to optimize Trading efficiency using Modeling, AI with an automated machine learning approach.

At least 5 years of market experience in a relevant role, preferably Securities Finance with knowledge of securities lending/repo on Equities, ETF and Fixed Income.

Master degree level preferably in Finance, Mathematics or Economics.
Quantitative degree preferred.

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