GCP Trade Management Analyst at Credit Suisse in Raleigh, North Carolina

Posted in General Business 12 days ago.

Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

We Offer
A department which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realizing the firm's D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global Conduct and Ethics Standards
Group overview:
Credit Suisse Global Markets fully integrates our Equities and Fixed Income franchises into one division to deliver a consistent, creative and high-value client experience.

Our global teams provide depth, breadth and experience to help client's access leading ideas, products and solutions. Our services include global securities sales, trading and execution, prime brokerage, underwriting and comprehensive investment research.

GLOBAL CREDIT PRODUCTS (GCP)

Credit Suisse has a leading reputation as one of the largest, most accomplished credit franchises in the industry, providing expert coverage in credit and securitized products trading, sales, structuring as well as capital markets. Our strong history of credentials and long-standing record in Global Leveraged Finance reflects our outstanding ability to provide valuable products and solutions to both issuer and investor clients.
Sales & Trading
In sales and trading, we are a leading market maker in private and public debt across the credit spectrum, including leveraged loans as well as high yield investment grade, and emerging markets hard currency bonds. We are also a market maker in the credit derivatives market, including the CDX suite, liquid single-name CDS, sovereign credit default swaps, and credit default swaptions. We offer clients a comprehensive range of financing options for credit products, including but not limited to, repo, short covering, TRS, and portfolio lending.
Capital Markets
Our capital markets businesses are accountable for structuring, underwriting and syndicating a full range of products for our issuer clients, including investment grade and leveraged loans, investment grade and high yield bonds and unit transactions, in both developed and emerging markets. We are also a leading provider of committed acquisition financing, including leveraged loan, bridge finance and mezzanine finance and CLO formation.
Trade Management Analyst - GCP (Trading / Sales Support)
As an analyst on the GCP team within Global Markets, you will work closely with our global sales, trading and operations teams to ensure that GCP activity is accurately booked & reconciled and that any post trade processes are completed in a timely and accurate manner. The GCP team is comprised of analysts in NY and Raleigh who work closely to support all aspects of credit operations. This includes day to day interactions with front office staff (traders and sales), external clients, and various internal teams across Credit Suisse globally. The day to day responsibilities can include but are not limited to the below:


  • Trade capture, analysis, and daily reconciliation of CDS trading books.
  • Communication with senior level traders, sales staff and operations managers.
  • Identification of ways to continually improve / automate daily operational tasks.
  • Partnering with various internal support teams to improve overall knowledge of the business, efficiency of the department and understanding of the organization.
  • Routine completion of ad hoc requests from the trading desk, sales support and senior management.
  • Monitoring incoming email requests and resolving / raising appropriately.
  • Assistance in maintaining compliance with constantly evolving regulatory requirements.
  • Proactively seek information to help expand knowledge of credit products, trading strategies and global markets.

You Offer


  • Understands the value of diversity in the workplace and is dedicated to fostering an inclusive culture in all aspects of working life so that people from all backgrounds receive equal treatment, realize their full potential and can bring their full, authentic selves to work.
  • Equivalent experience of at least 1-3 years in financial industry.
  • Undergraduate Degree, ideally in Finance, Economics or Business Administration.
  • General knowledge of financial markets and a willingness to broaden that knowledge.
  • Ability to prioritize, problem solve, and identify process improvement opportunities.
  • Proven ability to communicate clearly, expertly and accurately with senior level employees.
  • Interest in analyzing, learning and understanding the "why" behind the functions that team is responsible for.
  • Ability to function well as a part of a larger team, and assist others as needed.
  • Flexibility with work schedule to ensure that all daily tasks are completed.
  • Experience using Microsoft Suite applications; proficiency in Excel especially!