Manager, Futures Trade Surveillance

Full Time

Madison-Davis Client

Overview

Join an expanding team working across our global Risk Surveillance program. We are looking for an experienced professional to enhance and conduct surveillance over the firm’s Americas Futures business.
This individual will be responsible for working with our Americas Head of Risk Surveillance and Global Futures Surveillance lead to monitor futures trading activity for potential market manipulation and misconduct.

In this role, you will monitor the firm’s futures trading activity in the Americas to identify and escalate potential regulatory and compliance issues, as appropriate. You will also conduct deep dive investigations and act as an escalation point for junior colleagues.

This role entails leading efforts to identify gaps and weaknesses in our program, contributing to the design, development, and implementation of surveillance solutions, and assisting with regulatory and other requests for information, including trade reconstruction efforts. You will also establish working relationships with various stakeholders, including local and regional advisory Compliance staff, Technology, and various business groups.

Job Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years of relevant experience in a futures business, compliance, or surveillance role are required.
  • Applicants must possess expertise in futures markets, its operation and identifying potential for manipulation across business processes, flows, booking methodologies and client interactions.
  • Understanding the role of Surveillance within the banking and financial services industry and having familiarity with trading systems, their data structures, and interfaces will be imperative.
  • High proficiency in data manipulation and analysis, along with the ability to proactively identify, analyze, and articulate potential issues and viable solutions.

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