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Structuring Full-time Analyst

Structuring Full-time Analyst

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Highlights

  • Gain a good base knowledge in their chosen product area
  • Be matched to a product area that most suits your skill set
  • Have your expertise broadened and expanded as you begin to take on projects

A Structuring Team has a large remit, and a Graduate can expect to experience and gain knowledge about many aspects of the business. A Graduate in a Structuring department will have you interacting closely with Sales, Trading, Legal, Compliance and, eventually, Clients and so will give you a very broad experience of the different roles within the bank. As the team has such a large remit, you can expect that you’ll find whatever skills you have extremely useful in this business area, ranging from Technical Skills allowing you to help out with Pricing and Product Analysis, or Marketing and Sales Skills helping out with the Origination team.

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What to expect

A Graduate in a Structuring department will have you interacting closely with Sales, Trading, Legal, Compliance and, eventually, Clients and so will give you a very broad experience of the different roles within the bank. As the team has such a large remit, you can expect that you’ll find whatever skills you have extremely useful in this business area, ranging from Technical Skills allowing you to help out with Pricing and Product Analysis, or Marketing and Sales Skills helping out with the Origination team. As the remit of a Structuring team is so large, the Graduate can expect to be matched to a product area that most suits their skill sets. This may be one, or more, of Pricing, Index Development, Product Analysis or Origination.

How you'll develop

As a Graduate starts out on their career in Structuring they can expect to gain a good base knowledge in their chosen product area through close monitoring and supervison. As the Graduate gains experience they can expect to be given much more autonomy in their work, and start visiting clients. As the Structurer starts to get to grips with their first area of expertise, they can expect to have their expertise broadened and expanded as they begin to take on projects and tasks outside of their original remit.

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Who thrives here

As a Structurer is both Client facing and involved with product development, a Structurer will need to have a good balance between Technical Skills and People Skills. No prior experience in Business or Financial Markets is necessary prior to joining the Structuring Team, but a thirst to learn and an interest in the financial markets is essential to success in this role. A Structurer needs to have a good level of both Technical Skills and People Skills. They need be well organised and eager to develop and progress, both with Business Skills and knowledge of financial markets.

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