This position is for Financial Markets Trade Surveillance Analyst. The primary responsibility will include performing trade surveillance reference market conduct on trades done in the Americas region with a caveat to working on the holistic approach across the Global TS footprint.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Participate in trade surveillance's projects and 'business as usual' in the Americas. This includes conducting trade surveillance preliminary investigations and equity aggregation, amongst others. This would include taking on the lead role in certain projects or investigations and liaising with Compliance to ensure an appropriate closure.
Participate in parameter review for automated Trade Surveillance activities to ensure work efficiency and effectiveness.
Taking the lead or participating in UAT for new initiatives.
Take responsibility and interact with front office colleagues on TS issues and desk reviews. This includes taking lead in system enhancements and resolving IT related issues.
Partner with Product Compliance.
Build relationships with key stakeholders across the business.
Interact with TS technology teams to track and resolve issues, escalating when necessary, coordinating with the Global TS team to ensure alignment.
Qualifications and Skills
Qualifications & Skills
Understanding of market abuse regulations in UK and Europe. Candidate should also have some familiarity with rules in relation to FINRA, FCA (for example, Market Abuse Regulation), US SEC on market conduct.
Knowledge of trade surveillance systems, such as SMARTS and Mantas.
Good understanding of trading/booking systems and infrastructure.
Good understanding and experience in technology project implementation.
Strong communications skills.
A team player who is willing to engage people at all levels within the organization.
Pays attention to details.
Ability to make certain decisions, willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges.
Delivery of high quality work, in a limited amount of time.
Think with an "international" mindset.
Motivated and willingness take on new responsibilities.
Able to multitask, prioritize, and meet deadlines.
Good collaboration skills, especially with front office and technology partners.
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