OTC Document Negotiator – Vice President
3167121 - OTC Document Negotiator – Vice President
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Department Profile:The Fixed Income Division is comprised of Interest Rate and Currency Products, Credit Products and Distribution. Professionals in the Division assess and actively manages risk, trade securities, and structure as well as execute innovative transactions in the fast-paced and constantly changing global markets. The Commodities Division is a market leader across a broad range of commodities markets, with expertise in areas including client risk management, financing solutions and investor products Sales & Trading
From the largest global institutions to innovative new hedge funds, investors come to Morgan Stanley for sales, trading, and market-making services in almost every type of financial instruments including stocks, bonds, derivatives, foreign exchange, and commodities. Our professionals provide liquidity and content to clients around the world, actively assessing and managing risk, trading securities, and planning and executing transactions in the fast-changing markets. As the needs of our clients become increasingly complex, we often develop customized solutions.
Team Profile:Business Unit Risk Management (“BURM”) is a 1st line team within FID which covers a number of risk areas, including Non-Market Risk (Operational Risk), Counterparty Risk, Conduct Risk and Contract Negotiations.
The Institutional Securities Documentation Team covers the contract negotiation function for trading agreements for Fixed Income (including Commodities).
- Preparing and negotiating a range of Institutional Securities Documentation for the OTC Derivatives Business, including those for physical commodities products (gas, power, etc.). Focus on Master Trading Documentation for a variety of derivative products included, but not limited to, ISDA and CSA, EFET, GTMA, GMRA, CDEA, amendments and ancillary documentation across diversity of clients and multi-asset class.
- Working closely with internal stakeholders to negotiate legal terms and respond to internal and external questions.
- Reviewing and analysing constitutional documents to determine Capacity and Authority to engage in covered derivatives products. Review underlying jurisdictional opinions as necessary.
- Updating internal spreadsheets and systems with document or status data
- Previous experience in negotiating trading agreements for the OTC Derivatives Business, ideally including collateral arrangements for regulatory initial margin and agreements relating to commodities
- Education Level: Degree in law / business administration degree or equivalent
- Essential Skills: Excellent written and oral communication skills, excellent people skills (this individual will interface with a variety of people with different skills and seniority levels), general comfort with Technology (particularly Microsoft Word and Excel); a quick learner - including learning internal computer systems, ability to set, track, achieve and report on short/long term goals and projects
- Essential Characteristics: Organized, detail-oriented, self-starter (highly proactive), confident, comfortable interacting with junior and senior colleagues, ambitious, commercial, willing to assist / teach other members of the team.
- Languages: French, Spanish, Italian or German would be useful, but not essential
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