Junior Client Regulatory Negotiations Analyst # 091257
The Front Office Global Markets Client Integration group (GMCI) exists to help protect Sales from regulatory risk by monitoring client-related regulations and implementing a range of controls and metrics to ensure that rules are being followed. The group helps implement new regulations, work with Legal and Compliance (LCD) to translate and operationalize the law, and executing (or supporting other groups) the various activities required for each client to ensure compliance. In order to do this, GMRI has significant analytic capability, tying together data from multiple domains to provide prioritized lists of clients together with compliance status. The group works very closely with Client Onboarding (COB), which moves clients from “prospect” to “customer” in the shortest possible time. GMCI provides mentorship to COB for any pre-trade compliance requirements, and modifies the client onboarding tool, CMS and/or iCON accordingly.
Reviewing, drafting and negotiating all type of Master Agreement documentation including ISDA Master Agreement, MSFTAs, GMRAs, MRAs, MSLAs, Prime brokerage documentation (including PB Agreements and ancillary documents), Futures and Clearing Agreements.
- Consistent track record of completing negotiations within tight time deadlines for both buy and sell-side clients. The negotiator will have extensive interaction with the client’s counterparties, including broker-dealers, corporate and hedge fund customers and their internal and external counsel, and act as coordinator to resolve documentation issues with client’s sales, middle-office, credit and tax groups.
- Solid understanding and experience with projects related to regulatory matters, including margin rule requirements.
- Exceptional academic and law firm credentials with experience in a dynamic in-house environment
- You will provide excellent client service and internal coordination skills as part of a project team with a particular mandate. Maintain records up to date and disseminate information to all key partners on progress and executed documents.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
- You were exposed to Master Agreement documentation via law firm or bank.
- You possess 2+ years of relevant experience.
- You display eagerness, ‘can-do’ attitude towards their work.
- You have excellent interpersonal, oral and communication and organizational skills to work quickly and efficiently to achieve results.