As a result of current and anticipated expansion of our agricultural commodities trading businesses in Europe and South America, we have an opportunity for an entry level or junior analyst to join our credit team in London. This role will help facilitate the development of the agricultural commodities trading business globally, with the opportunity extending to assessing innovative financing/hedging solutions and analysing a diverse range of counterparties.
About the role
You will assist with transactions early in the deal process, identifying key issues and co-ordinating the credit response. Present complex structures in a concise and clear manner, including making recommendations to senior risk management staff. You will have the opportunity to participate in client visits to gain a better understanding of the client's position (particularly where documented information is limited). You will be responsible for conducting ongoing and self-initiated monitoring of counterparty and industry developments. Other responsibilities include imely response to trading line requests, coordinating and compiling internal reporting and annual review of existing limits and counterparties.
You have outstanding qualifications, preferably with some application to commerce, finance, accounting, engineering, law or economics. You are a collegial team member who builds open dialogue-based relationships with clients, the front office and colleagues. You are a persuasive communicator (both written and verbal) with confidence when being challenged and have in-depth analytical skills gained preferably (but not necessarily) within a financial institution. You have strong commercial orientation and understanding of business and risk-related issues.
The Risk Management Group (RMG) is an independent, centralised unit responsible for assessing and monitoring risks across Macquarie. This includes market and liquidity risk, credit risk, compliance risk and operational risk. RMG personnel liaise closely with all operating areas to ensure risks are understood and properly managed.
Strong prudential management has been a key to Macquarie's success over many years. The Risk Management Group is an independent, centralised unit responsible for assessing and monitoring risks across Macquarie's various businesses. The Risk Management Group personnel work closely with all operating areas within Macquarie to ensure risks are understood and properly managed.
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