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Dealer (Rate Trading)

Bank of China


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4-6 Years
15 days ago
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Job Duties:

  • Achieve the individual annual profit target which are determined by industry practice and the average level of departmental target indicators.
  • Be watchful on the financial market dynamics and report to senior dealers in a timely manner.
  • Provide customers with information in response to their inquiries.
  • Conduct business strictly and abide with internal compliance along with local regulatory requirements.
  • Comply with local laws, regulations or codes of various regulatory agencies, bank policies, and relevant risk management policies and procedures, rules and regulations
  • Identify and control potential risks at work, and report to the senior management and relevant units in a timely manner, formulate corrective actions and follow up according to the situation.
  • Execute other tasks assigned by the trading executive and chief dealer (including aspects of global line transactions in Southeast Asia) and also the regional duties (if applicable) e.g. Responsible for promoting the implementation of policies across all Southeast Asian entities


  • University degree in Economics, Finance, Mathematics or related disciplines
  • 4 years or more of relevant financial business experience and relevant fund business transaction work experience for 4 years or more
  • With theoretical and practical experience in investment market analysis and technical analysis, at least a professional understanding of a treasury business.
  • Have a good profit record
  • Incentive to know and learn new knowledge.
  • Good Team Spirit, like to work with people.
  • Good command in Chinese and English, in typing, writing and speaking.

The Bank of China is a Chinese majority state-owned commercial bank headquartered in Beijing and the fourth largest bank in the world. The Bank of China was founded in 1912 by the Republican government as China's central bank, replacing the Qing Dynasty's Ta-Ching Government Bank.

Last Updated: 15-07-2024 07:47:34 PM
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