Job information

  • London - Central
  • Spanish
  • Up to £50000 per annum
  • Temporary
  • Banking, Finance and accountancy
  • SH 22957

A prestigious London based international bank is looking for an experienced FX Middle Office Manager to join their team in their offices in Canary Wharf. You will be part of a dynamic and friendly team, providing control and support for the Emerging Markets Sales desk. This is a temporary position with an immediate start for initially 6 months with a view of being extended.

Your responsibilities will include:
Oversight and supervision of multiple processes including, but not limited to:

  • Trade life cycle management
  • Daily controls
  • Exception management
  • Trade allocation
  • Management of junior staff

About you:
In order to succeed, the right applicant will be confident in foreign exchange and trade management processes, direct client interaction, will be able to work well in a fast paced environment, and willing to learn on the post. Spanish language fluency is desirable. Being part of this amazing company; you will gain valuable experience and allowing you to further develop your skill set within the banking sector.


  • Fluent in English, both written and spoken. Additional Spanish language skills are desirable.
  • Degree-level educated
  • Deep understanding FX, Bond and IRS Products
  • Experience in owning multiple process
  • Advanced administration skills
  • Experience working within banking
  • Able to start immediately
  • Advance knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Access

To apply, please send your CV in English and in Word format to Alvaro.
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