Sits in the structuring team of GF Securities’ FICC business in Hong Kong, covering solutions trades structuring
Responsible for day to day trade pricing, document negotiation and various interactions with counterparties
Provides supports to marketing events and relationships maintenance with investors and strategic partners
Will be given opportunities to work on more complex/cross asset classes transactions with senior members in the FICC
Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Financial Engineering, Finance or related discipline. Master’s degree is a plus
At least 3 years of experience in credit, repacks and repos, understands how lending transactions are structured and is familiar with the related documentation
Understand China credit market, experience in rates/FX structuring and structured products is a plus
Good command of both Chinese and English. Fluency in Mandarin is a must
Good communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
Ability to work in fast-pace environment with strong team spirit
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GF Holdings (Hong Kong) Corporation Limited (“GF Holdings (HK)”) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GF Securities (Stock code 000776.SZ & 1776.HK), responsible for managing and planning the business of all Hong Kong-based wholly owned subsidiaries of GF Securities. We provide full-range cross-border securities and financial services for customers by fully utilizing the brand, business and network advantages of GF Securities.
Established in 1991, GF Securities is one of the first, full-service securities companies in China. We provide comprehensive, industry leading capital market services for high-net-worth individuals and outstanding small and medium sized enterprises throughout China. GF Securities operates 264 brokerage branches, providing extensive services to cities and autonomous regions of 31 provinces throughout China.