CME Group Clearing Operations & Risk Analyst in Singapore, Singapore
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Clearing Operations & Risk Analyst
The Clearing Operations & Risk analyst will partner with Technology Operations, Production Assurance, and development teams during the End-of-Day Clearing cycle to solve Production critical issues and drive operational efficiencies to meet internal & external SLAs, while reducing or mitigating risks to our member firm community and internal systems. The analyst will provide excellent customer service across all asset classes and initiatives. He/She will develop strong relationships with customers by providing clear/professional responses to client queries and assisting with customer calls and/or in-person visits. Additionally, he/she will use internal systems to monitor market conditions and clearing firm activity.
Demonstrate mastery of CME Clearing infrastructure and ability to solve problems across all asset classes/initiatives and most internal operational processes; effectively and efficiently solve client operational and risk related issues.
Coordinate with various technical, development, and other internal teams to address system issues.
Identify and analyze areas of operations and market risk for potential risk threating scenarios, risky position make up, abnormal trade activity or system abnormalities
Analyze financial obligations to ensure adequate risk coverage is in place.
Serve as primary Clearing contact for customers, business partners, and internal customers to provide solutions and insight on industry related topics and events.
Bachelor’s degree in Business administration (Finance, Economics, Accounting)
3-5 years of relevant experience
Strong communication skills and attention to detail
Ability to work in a time-sensitive, team setting
Knowledge of Futures & Options / OTC products a plus
Knowledge of CME Clearing applications a plus but not required
Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)