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Power Trader

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: London
  • Salary: £100000 - £175000 per annum
  • Job reference: 483253/001_1570779010
  • Sector: Selby Jennings, Sales
  • Date posted: 11/10/2019

Power Trader

A world-leading Trading house is looking for a talented individual to join their Power trading desk. The successful candidate will be trading Power across the curve on continental hubs, they will also implement strategy to successfully make an impression on the market. They will have a proven track record of running a profitable book and will have a full understanding of the continental markets.

Responsibilities:

- Development of a profitable trading book through propriety trading; primarily short term but with the capability to trade further along the curve.

- Full involvement in the development of the desk, including integrated strategies with other energy trading books.

- Evaluate the risk involved in trading activity and make appropriate trading decisions, including the application of hedging strategies

Requirements:

- Deep understanding of Continental Power trading, focusing on central/western European markets.

- Previous experience trading/sharing a profitable Power book.

- Ideally, 3+ Years Power Trading experience.

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV to:


www.selbyjennings.com
+44 203 758 8918

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