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    Senior Dealer, Money Market


    • Manage cashflow, liquidity and interest rate risk for the Bank and to ensure all key risk indicators are in compliance with internal limits and regulatory requirements
    • Perform inter-bank lending/borrowing, fx swap & interest rate derivative transactions dynamically in accordance to the bank's asset-liability position
    • Explore business opportunities and advise strategies to maximize revenue under limited resources so as to achieve profit target
    • Provide competitive rates and market information to other business units;
    • Support team head to prepare administrative documents and reports
    • Participate in ad hoc assignments as required


    • Degree holder or above with minimum 3 years' relevant experience in financial institutions
    • Familiar with trading system / software and qualified under SFO for handling Regulated Activities Types 1, 4 & 9, with TMA qualification is a must
    • Strong sense of compliance and risk control
    • Proficiency in computer applications such as Bloomberg, Reuters, Summit and MS Office, Knowledge in VBA will be a plus
    • Good command of spoken and written English and Chinese (Both Cantonese and Mandarin)


    Candidates with more experience may be considered as Deputy Chief Dealer, Money Market



    Data held by the Bank relating to employment applications will be kept confidential and used only for consideration of applications. The Bank may also refer suitable applicants to other vacancies within the Group. All personal data of unsuccessful applicants will be destroyed after the recruitment exercise. A copy of Personal Information Collection Statement is available on request.

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