Fixed Income Sales (Electronic Trading House)

Fixed Income Sales (Electronic Trading House)

Chrispin Hunter



28 July 2017

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Our client is one of the leading names in Electronic Trading. Its platforms are used daily by a wide variety of counterparties including Banks, Asset Managers, Hedge Funds and Central Banks.

I am working with the Head of Fixed Income Sales to find an individual with a genuine passion for Fixed Income who would be interested in a sales position.

After extensive training you are eventually given a global area of responsibility where your job in a nutshell will be to onboard new client’s aswell as manage existing relationships in these regions, and increase the share of electronic trading for the firm.

Key Skills, Knowledge, Qualifications & Experience:

Fluency in English and one additional language, in particular German or French, Spanish, Dutch or
Swedish is REQUIRED

Genuine interest in Fixed Income (someone who follows the market)

Degree qualified in a financial discipline (Cass Business School desirable)

Understanding of macro-economic fundamentals desirable

Excel to macro level


Proven ability to take initiative & think on your feet

Self motivated with lots of energy

Good written skills (you will give market commentary on an ad-hoc basis)

Good communications skills as your typical interaction will be with heads of Trading/eBusiness

You might already have spent a couple of years in a Fixed Income sales position at a vendor or
bank, or perhaps you are an Account Manager or Client Service rep in the Fixed Income space and
eager for a step into sales.

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