Derivatives Evaluator

Organization Overview

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Responsibilities

  • Work and collaboratewith TRPS Derivatives in APAC for the implantations, maintenance and usage ofvarious derivatives products.
  • Serve as the mainkey point contact for derivatives tools and content in APAC.
  • Represent and leadany TRPS Derivatives' client's communications.
  • Train and guide allTRPS Derivatives in APAC on the content, models, market data and tools used.
  • Serve as the mainknowledge contact for vanilla derivatives content in APAC.
  • Manage and lead thecontent and coverage efforts for vanilla derivatives (IRS, Swaptions, FX andEquity Options, CDS, TRS, Inflation swaps) .
  • Collaborate and leadany market data enhancements needed for the various derivatives products.
  • Work closely withthe APAC derivatives team to gain knowledge that covers all derivatives assettypes and tools.
  • Research financialinstruments based on customers pricing requests.
  • Employ variousanalytics packages and data feeds to derive evaluated pricing.
  • Determine whichmodels and inputs are most appropriate for evaluating a diverse range ofderivatives.
  • Perform qualitytesting to ensure output is consistent and error free.
  • Provide excellentcustomer service for a range of financial institutions that rely on our timelyand accurate evaluations.
  • Degree inquantitative (especially Finance, Math, Science or Computer related majors)discipline from a leading college/university, with at least three years ofprofessional work experience.
  • Well roundedknowledge of financial markets in general.
  • Strong Excel / VBAskills are essential.
  • Ability toindependently research and apply complex concepts in a real-world context. Mustbe self-motivated and have the ability to learn quickly and operate under tighttime constraints. Strong problem solving skills are crucial.
  • 3-4 years experiencein vanilla derivatives products (IRS, Swaptions, FX and Equity Options, CDS,TRS, Inflation swaps). Knowledge of more complex products is a plus.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills. Must have the confidence and poise to explain anddefend evaluations to customers.

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