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Emerging Market Credit Sales, London, London

Published 2022-04-16
Expires 2022-05-16
ID #960211606
Emerging Market Credit Sales, London, London
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published April 16, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Emerging market credit sales, london

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Our client has a strong reputation across investment banking, asset management and capital markets. Prominent in a number of asset classes, they're presently looking to expand their emerging market fixed income efforts to complement their existing leading fixed income presence. Working alongside experienced sales and trading professionals the role will focus on: Selling a broad range of emerging market securities - CEEMEA, Asian and Latam American fixed income (corporate, bank, sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt Covering key institutional clients - hedge funds, real money, private banks, etc. Working closely with their credit trading and research staff to fully cover clients on both core securities, as well as developing cross-selling opportunities Liaising with the firm's prominent fixed income teams globally This is an exciting opportunity to become a crucial member of an expanding and ambitious team in London, The bank is investing significantly into their fixed income and credit teams globally, with the platform being led by superb management with backgrounds top tier banks and hedge funds. Their international EM platform is a highly respected one, and they're seeking to expand further in 2022.

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