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OTC Collateral Management Team deals with counterparty risk in the OTC Derivatives, swaps, FX and Repo markets. They perform this risk mitigation function by evaluating the risk in the counterparty relationship and issuing and responding to margin calls, where collateral assets are pledged or received vs the firms underlying exposures.
The OTC Margin Team works in a fast paced environment dealing with many different elements of margining every day (Direct client interaction, Control, Payments, Reconciliations and Internal Collaboration).
Main duties of the role will include:
You can expect to gain a detailed understanding of Operations including an introduction to:
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
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