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Institutional Equity Sales and Trading - Event Driven or Special Situation –Urgent

Ref #: 150
Location: UK
Salary: Highly Competitive
Type: Permanent
Our London based client who has been operating for nearly 20 years and is looking to expand its existing equity sales-trading team globally. Therefore, looking to expand its core product of Special Situation or Event-Driven styles of investing and are thus looking for professionals that can bring to the table this diversification of experience or add to their existing infrastructure.

Successful candidates would need to bring with them an active client base/relationships (institutional or Hedge Fund clients) with a proven revenue stream and look to expand this with our clients growing business. Our client’s capabilities cover Equities, Fixed Income and Options for institutional clients including many leading hedge funds. Opportunities exist to be based in any one of their global offices which include London, Singapore Monaco, Melbourne, Bermuda and New York. Our client has established a truly global business with strong balance sheet and infrastructure. Its global platform of multiple products will allow for cross product selling opportunities. Candidates have the ability to work in a flat hierarchy without politics and all individuals being contributors to the bottom line enabling very lucrative financial rewards.  Suitable applicants should have at least 3-5 years’ plus experience in a similar role. Please only apply if you have the relevant experience and note we will only contact those individuals we believe are suitable. Please note all will be kept strictly confidential   
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