Asset Management - Trade Management (Japanese Speaking)

Advertised on : 25 Jun 2019 | Closing date : 23 Sep 2019

  Job Reference : 49391

My client, one of the top Investment Banks, is currently looking for a talented Japanese speaking professional to join their team in Singapore in Trade Management.

Job Scope:

  • Prepare to gain a comprehensive understanding of the trade lifecycle by interacting with traders, strategists, clients, and technologists to work toward the shared goal of risk mitigation.
  • Connect daily with traders. Trust Banks and brokers to resolve issues and ensure timely settlement of trades.
  • Understand and improve problem solving capability for complex trade flow, accounting issues, and transactional discrepancies.
  • Leverage your quantitative skills to decompose processes to improve control and scale of the business.
  • Provide reporting to senior leadership and produce insightful analyses of the business upon request for management.
  • Grow with the team; develop a deeper understanding of complex transactions and work with our business partners to progress our trade capture capabilities.


  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of ~3 years of professional experience Knowledge of financial products, whether academically or professionally acquired
  • Proven ability to effectively manage competing priorities and to work well under pressure in a team environment High level of discretion and awareness of accountability
  • Analytical skills and interest in developing problem-solving capabilities
  • Work experience in financial services and Japanese Language proficiency is required in order to liaise with the Japanese stakeholders


Preferred Requirements:

  • Comprehension of industry agenda and platforms
  • Positive attitude and eagerness to learn



Functional Areas : Banking and Financial Services;Banking Operations
Type of Employment : Permanent
Minimum Experience : 3
Work Location : Singapore

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