Treasury Analyst / Trade Execution

Universities Superannuation Scheme Limited
London, United Kingdom
Competitive plus Bonus/Benefits
26 Jan 2023
15 Feb 2023
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Treasury Analysis
• Organise and maintain exposures across various internal and external portfolios used for Repo.
• Update & monitor exposure sheets
• Produce, monitor and project cash and collateral reports.
• Collect and maintain historical funding costs data.
• Communicate to the team relevant market information regarding funding costs (TRS, Futures Implied funding rates and Repo).
• Document and update Treasury & Execution Policies and Procedures.
• Build key relationships with external counterparties and internally among Operations, Legal and Risk as well as with the investment teams
Multi-Asset Execution
• Work alongside and in place of the Execution Trader to ensure timely and efficient segregated execution in FX, Futures, Bonds & Repo.
• Take all sufficient steps to ensure best execution and effective implementation options (algos, RFQs, etc.)
• Cultivate relationships with counterparties and stakeholders

Technical Competencies, Skills and Experience

• Strong analytical and numerical skills supported by appropriate qualifications or experience in economics and finance.
• Relevant operations and or investment experience in Fixed Income, FX or Equity markets.
• Good understanding of rates and FX products (Bonds, IRS, TRS, Repo, FX Spot and forward).
• Broad derivatives (OTC and listed) knowledge and practical experience a plus.
• Proficiency in Excel, Access (VBA), Bloomberg and Order Management system.
• Strong compliance culture and high personal ethical standards.
• Detailed and keen to learn with flexibility in approaching the role as well as the business.
• Middle/Back-office experience
• Understanding of pre & post trade Transaction Cost Analysis / Best Execution tools
• Knowledge of Bloomberg as an OMS
• Training will be provided as required towards achieving the Investment Management Certificate and developing sufficient skills and experience to be considered fit and proper to fulfil the designated regulatory function/s for USSIM (under the FCA SM&CR regime).
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