CA CIB UK

Financial director / Consolidation

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Structured commodity finance analyst

21 July England - Greater London, London Volunteering

You will join Crédit Agricole CIB London as Structured Commodity Finance (SCF) Analyst.

You will assist team in originating, developing new and monitoring existing transactions in the area of both Structured Commodity Finance (SCF) and Trade Commodity Finance (TCF) in EMEA (Russia, Central Asia/Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa), focusing on specific countries to be identified and strengthening our current position with existing clients/transactions.
Your main responsibilities and duties will be to 
 · Originate and structure new transactions in order to increase revenue of the department in close coordination with the other SCF EMEA Directors and the Global Head of SCF
· Contribute to the development of the existing portfolio and diversify the current sources of revenues of the SCF Department within the strategy of the Bank
· Carry out all steps of the transaction process (origination, due diligence, credit application, credit committee approvals, implementation and monitoring / follow-up of the deals) in close coordination with the Global Head of SCF.
This includes, when required, management of transactions in restructuring.
· Manage the team’s reporting requirements in liaison with London AMO for the purposes of income RWA/CWA and income follow-up, budget preparations and strategy business line / portfolio reviews.
· Manage intra-departmental communication: within ITB worldwide
with different business lines of CACIB in order to optimise synergies and cross-selling opportunities
· Responsibility for and management, as relevant, of the on-boarding and KYC process related to SCF EMEA clients.
· Develope relationships with other banks involved in SCF in order to increase CA CIB’s portfolio, income, profitability and visibility in SCF transactions
· Originate and structure of TCF transactions for London based clients and/or for clients in other EMEA countries which transactions would be booked in London.
 To be eligible for a VIE : 
- Be European except English
- Be less than 29 years old
- Be graduated of a Master Degree

Previous banking experience with CA CIB or other banks as intern or strong experience as engineer

Academic background : University or Business school.

Specialisation in Master 2 Economics or Finance.