Credit Analyst (Mandarin) 


Company Profile:

GF Financial Markets (UK) Ltd is an FCA regulated company involved in brokerage and dealing, principally providing execution and clearing services on global commodity markets. Its memberships include the following exchanges: LME (Category 1), LSE, CME and NYMEX. The primary focus is on the Asian/Chinese market but is also developing a presence in Europe, S. American and MENA.


The Role:

We are looking for a Credit Analyst to cover the credit files of our clients of metals, softs, Energy and other commodities primarily in the Greater China area. Much of the business with customers and with group companies (including the ultimate parent company) in that region will be conducted in the context of a Chinese working culture.


The successful candidate will join a dynamic and rapidly expanding organisation which should be both challenging and rewarding.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Assessment of counterparty risk/exposure being taken on the GFFM client portfolio. This is primarily clients trading listed and OTC commodities covering Softs, Base Metals, Energy and Precious Metals.
  • Direct reporting to the Risk Manager/Head of Risk and to the Credit Committee members for risk decisions.
  • Required to make proposals relating to limits or recovery action to the GFFM Senior Management. The Senior Management will have the ultimate decision making responsibility.
  • Liaison and cooperation with other internal departments and overseas linked companies, especially in Hong Kong and China through communication in Cantonese/Mandarin (and in particular with the ultimate parent company in China), to achieve key business objectives.
  • Counterparty Analysis providing a clear summary of the counterparty risks (business/financial) through written and verbal presentations.
  • Presentation of files for decision to Senior Management via Credit Committee.
  • Close liaison with the Account Executives and visiting clients/attending in-house meetings when required.
  • Assist in the daily management/reporting of the company’s credit risk within the GFFM client portfolio.
  • Experience in a similar role with knowledge of commodity brokerage business and listed products.


Person Specification:

  • University Degree in Finance/Economics or related field.
  • Fluent oral and written communication skills in English and Mandarin, to allow effective and efficient communications with internal and external stakeholders in the UK as well as those in the Greater China area (where group companies and the ultimate parent company are based).
  • Strong analytical skills and an ability to make quick reasoned recommendations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills required to liaise effectively with Management, Account Executives and Clients.
  • Good understanding of Chinese working culture.
  • Adaptable and delivery focused, who responds positively to new challenges and maintains performance under pressure.
  • A dedicated team player who can work effectively with others and help to build strong teams and networks, especially within a culturally diverse environment.
  • Advanced MS Office Word, Excel and Powerpoint user.
  • A strong interest in commodities and other relevant financial products.




Requisition Number: 0725668CN

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Working Industry : Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: GF Financial Markets UK Limited.

Mandarin speaking Credit Assistant

An exciting new opportunity has become available within a reputable bank for a Credit Assistant.

Duties to include:

·         Entering audited annual accounts on to GCMS

·         Assisting Credit Analysts in data collection for credit requests / reviews.

·         Attend Credit Committee meetings for the purpose of taking notes and subsequently drafting a full set of minutes for approval by the committee members.

·         Drafting the "Final Credit Approval" form for sign-off by the Analyst and Head of Credit Management

·         Scanning approved and signed credit requests / reviews together with the final credit approval into the appropriate folder in the computer system. Filing the hard copy.

·         Updating department workflow files as necessary.

·         Entering / updating limits within the GCMS system.

·         Assist in the compilation (data collection and presentation) of regular and ad hoc reports for Head Office and / or Credit Committee.

The ideal candidate will ideally have:

·         Good written and verbal skills in both English and Mandarin.

·         A high level of numeracy.

·         This is a big team and good interpersonal skills are a must.

·         Ability to manage priorities and work unsupervised.

·         Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel (both 2010 versions).

·         An aptitude to understand proprietary software systems.

·         A degree of familiarity with the profit and loss account, balance sheet and cash flow statements appearing in annual audited accounts.

·         Some prior experience of working in a credit department in a financial institution.

·         Familiarity with Bloomberg.




Requisition Number: 0708662CN

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Bank, Finance

Working Industry : Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: Bank of China , UK Limited


Professional Deal Advisor  (Chinese Speaking)

The Deal Advisory Mandarin Speaking is part of the wider Deal Advisory Graduate Programme, and a unique opportunity to develop into a global professional. Specifically for people who are fluent in English and Mandarin, and who have an interest in experiencing both the UK and Chinese markets, it combines structured training, work experience and on-the-job coaching to equip you with the professional skills and experience you need. You’ll spend a minimum of six months on secondment in China once qualified.  

Deal Advisory is a fast paced area of our Advisory business. Continually enhancing value for our clients across the deal and economic cycle, our specialists guide them through the entire process – from the initial concept of buying a business to turning their business around in times of difficulty.

Our wealth of experience across the deal cycle gives us access to what’s happening in the heart of key sectors, and enables you to learn from the very best.Our wealth of experience across the deal cycle gives us access to what’s happening in the heart of key sectors, and enables you to learn from the very best.

Initially joining Corporate Finance, Restructuring or Transaction Services, during the three years you will have the opportunity to apply for a secondment into a different area of the business. A secondment can enhance your commercial understanding and help to broaden your knowledge and network.




Requisition Number: 0028545K

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: KPMG UK



Please note this position is very competitive , potential candidates MUST make decision to apply as quickly as possible. Myeasyjobs only have 10 agent positions for this job so we assess based on first comes first rule. 

Financial Analyst (Top 100 Company, Big 4)


Competitive business today is all about making intelligent, informed decisions. As a Complex Securities consultant, you’ll help make that happen. You'll be an important part of our diversely talented, highly experienced team and work at the forefront of high-profile transactions. Our team of around 200 people sits at the heart of a global Valuation & Business Modelling network of over 1,550 specialists who deliver high quality advice through each phase of the transaction process. 


The Opportunity

As a dedicated Financial Services team we are looking to expand our existing Complex Securities business to capture exciting opportunities, particularly within the Private Equity, Investment Fund and Financial Services industry sectors.  As a result, we are looking for an Analyst with strong financial engineering skills to grow our team to the next level. We work with major corporate and private equity clients, investment banks, large central government departments and other public sector bodies, advising them on complex strategic, commercial, financial and operational decisions and you’d be an integral part of the team delivering on multiple projects.


Your key responsibilities

As an Analyst within Complex Securities you'll carry out valuations of complex financial products and derivatives, collect and analyse financial market data and time series as well as develop solutions for clients based on sound quantitative models. Review complex quantitative models developed by clients or third parties. You’ll work across the financial services team, applying risk management techniques in a practical setting. You’ll be able to understand the fundamentals of valuation, prepare an independent analysis, and explain the rationale behind the chosen approach, drawing on your experience from either financial services, consultancy or in a relevant role in industry, with demonstrable problem solving skills.


Skills and Attributes for Success

  • Decision making - strong client management and communication skills, rigorous analytical techniques and excellent data handling skills.
  • Reporting - Prepare and present reports to support these analyses and solutions.
  • Analytics & Budgeting – You’ll assist senior consulting staff with statistical and analytic support. Work within available budgets and communicate progress to the assignment manager.
  • Technical Expertise - modelling complex securities and derivative instruments and applying risk management techniques in a practical setting.
  • Programming – You’ll demonstrate strong technical modelling or programming skills, with expert knowledge of Excel and MATLAB, and/or other programming tools such as VBA.
  • Time & People Management – you’ll deliver to demanding deadlines, be a team worker and possess good communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex models and concepts to less technical personnel.
  • Project Management - Actively involved throughout the life-cycle of an assignment – requirements definition, specification, data collection, solution design, development, documentation, implementation and user training.
  • Client service - Manages clients’ expectations in relation to deliverables.
  • Risk averse - Identifies risk on the assignment, involving Director / Partner appropriately in its resolution.


To qualify for the role you must have

  • Educated to Degree Level within a business related subject
  • Able to fit working in a big 4 environment
  • Demonstrable experience in MS Excel, Python and STATA
  • Experience independently working on client projects is a plus
  • Highly numerate with a strong technical knowledge and experience of applying analytical and modelling techniques to provide insights to business issues.


What we are looking for

We are looking for candidates who are excited about Complex Securities within transactions. You’ll thrive on being a numerate, logical thinker with a passion for this field and have a very strong attention to detail. Being a strong team player is also important as well as someone who is happy to work flexibly over wider team projects where required. International candidates are welcomed to apply.


Location: London


Financial Analyst (Top 500 Company)


The Company is the world's leading global, integrated security company specialising in the delivery of security and related services to customers across six continents. The group is active in around 100 countries, and is one of the largest employers quoted on the London Stock Exchange with over 585,000 employees worldwide. We specialise in outsourced business processes and facilities in sectors where security and safety risks are considered a strategic threat.

Working for a company with such a unique global footprint is a truly great opportunity, and one not to be missed. It’s an opportunity to build upon your already well-honed skills and to better understand and learn from the challenges of communicating and engaging with such a diverse workforce. 

Reporting into the Head of Finance, you will own and manage month-end, commercial activities and related financial accounting processes. You will lead management information, profit improvement, financial aspects of bidding and mobilising contracts, financial reporting and integrations between operational and financial IT systems. 


Role Responsibility:

Specifically, you will: 

  • Assess variances in financial performance and reporting packs ensuring they are updated with commentary.
  • Manage adherence to finance manual, establish cost controls and report and challenge overspends, where appropriate
  • Ensuring the rolling forecast model and budget accurately reflects the operational assumptions of the leadership team
  • Adapt existing business models for changes in business environment and/or create appropriate tools as agreed with Head of Finance
  • Simple cash flow analysis on a periodic basis to ensure group achieve set targets
  • Manage the weekly operational forecasting process and quarterly/annual budgeting process
  • Adapt the rolling forecasts and quarterly budgets, for changes to assumptions. Assess financial impact of the same.
  • Preparing accurate and timely monthly financial and operational reporting packs for both internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Work closely with operational teams and Head of Financial on projects linked to new business bids, FP&A or corporate development


The Ideal Candidate:

You must be a bachelor degree holder or above, with a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting and knowledge of financial IT systems, preferably SAP and Great Plains. The below are additional desirable skills:

  • Advanced Excel skills including Macros, Access and Modelling skills 
  • The Ability to work across different teams, including the Group and central transactional teams and shared service centre.
  • Have experience in creating and modifying financial models for reforecasting and sensitivity analysis.
  • Have welfare to work industry experience – desirable but not essential
  • Thrive under pressure, manage exacting priorities and have a keen eye for detail. 

Location: London and other six places can be offered a position


Financial Accounting Analyst

The Financial Accounting Analyst will be responsible for various VAT, Tax analysis and reporting, as well as other financial accounting duties. The role sits within the Financial Accounting Team within a fast paced, enthusiastic company and industry.

Responsibilities may include :

·         Monthly completion, submissions & reconciliation of various foreign VAT & intra-stat returns

·         Quarterly completion and submission of UK VAT return

·         Tax analysis and tax reporting internally to centralised tax department

·         Ownership of the benefit in kind review including detail analysis, relevant accrual calculations and coordination of the external audit.

·         Monthly financial accounting for small joint venture

·         Amortisation accounting

·         Duty accounting

·         Travel & Expenses reporting

·         Completion of multiple balance sheet reconciliations

·         Undertaking ad-hoc accounting projects and special reviews as requested

·         Journal preparation and entry

·         Working within strict controls environment with the drive for efficiencies and elimination of non-value adding work

·         Assistance with wider financial accounting team responsibilities when required


Basic/Required :

·         Strong interpersonal and communication skills

·         Qualified or studying towards a recognised accounting qualification, master degree in Accounting or Finance is a strong plus

·         IT skills - strong excel and preferably SAP experience but not essential

·         An understanding of Tax and VAT accounting

·         Strong financial and analytical background


Location: London and other 2 places can be offered a position


Business Analyst


As part of its continuous growth plans, The company seeks to recruit a highly motivated and experienced Business Analyst who can accelerate within the company. The role will be to gather, document, analyse and communicate the requirements of potential and existing customers to enable the business build products and services that meet the needs of the customer.

The role is not specific to any individual product line or market segment, but will work across existing product lines, with new market segments on new proposals as required.

The successful candidate will be integrated within the Product Team and will work closely with Product Management and Development.

Key Areas of responsibility for the post holder will include:

  • Plan, facilitate and follow up customer research, with support from other teams within the business.
  • Manage customer engagement, such as requirement gathering workshops, market research, beta testing and early adopter programmes.
  • Identify and engage with diverse customer bases in order to gather business and user requirements.
  • Identify and analyse user objectives and their definition of value to ensure Idox products provide appropriate, realistic and saleable solutions.
  • Documenting requirements in line with industry best practice.
  • Communicating requirements to other parts of the business.

Education & Qualifications


  • Exceptional communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to develop and maintain successful internal and external working relationships.
  • Can demonstrate an analytical approach to all given task.
  • Acute attention to detail.
  • Degree qualified or equivalent industry experience.
  • Previous hands-on Business Analyst experience, ideally in a lead role on large scale software delivery projects.
  • Proven ability to work in a variety of business domains.
  • Demonstrable experience of applying requirements management techniques from a range of delivery methodologies.
  • Stakeholder management: must have and can demonstrate their ability to influence and lead others regardless of seniority
  • Able to work independently and can effectively prioritise workload, adhere to deadlines and work within set budgets.
  • Possess a good general understanding of how technologies are used to deliver software solutions.



  • Possess an understanding of the Government’s Digital Strategy.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Product Management concepts and methods.
  • Commercial awareness with regard to costing of projects and the impact on the business.


Location: Leeds


Quantitative Finance Analyst


The opportunity to work for the team responsible for developing and implementing the Monte Carlo models used by Credit Suisse for the calculation of CVA and Default risk capital, as well as for the monitoring of counterparty exposure against the bank’s limits.


The opportunity to play a key role in the Strategic-EPE programme of Credit Suisse, aimed at re-defining the exposure methodology of the bank and implementing it on the new Front-to-Back infrastructure.


A challenging modelling role that includes:

  • Modelling the joint evolution of the stochastic risk factors underlying derivative trades across asset classes (e.g. FX, interest rates, equity, credit, commodities, inflation) and dynamic modelling of collateral.
  • Developing derivatives pricing models.
  • Prototyping, backtesting and benchmarking of model candidates.
  • Development of production implementation of models within Credit Suisse integrated Front-to-Back infrastructure.
  • Interaction with internal stakeholders such as Front Office, Credit Officers, Pre-trade Analysis & IT.
  • Addressing requests from regulators.


What this job requires :


  • M.Sc. or Ph.D. in Financial Mathematics, Quantitative Finance or similar.
  • Work experience in derivatives pricing or risk modelling.
  • Solid understanding of financial markets and derivative products.
  • Programming experience, particularly in C++. Other programming experience also desirable (e.g. F#, Python, Mathematica, VBA, Matlab, C#).
  • Ability to write rigorous and clear model documentation.
  • Fluency in English as well as good communication skills.
  • Solid analytical and problem solving skills.


Location: London



Finance Analyst

The Company is one of the world largest and most diverse providers of technical and management services. We offer a full-spectrum of consultancy support to commercial, government and industrial clients across many sectors.


Within our Transport Planning Business we have an opportunity for an Associate Economist.


The purpose of this role is to (1) secure work from clients and (2) lead and manage projects within the team on a range of assignments across all modes of transport.


Candidates should have relevant experience working in the public or private sectors and leading multi-disciplinary projects. Good written and verbal communication skills and high levels of numeracy are essential.


The role is based in the UK at our London Bridge office but for the right candidate there is the possibility of being based in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds or Manchester. Willingness to travel and work overseas for short periods important.


The successful person will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities.



  • Experience and competence in winning work and developing client relationships
  • Ability to deliver high quality technical work to budget and timescale
  • Excellent data analytical skills
  • Good report and proposal writing skills
  • Good interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills including managing staff
  • Must be familiar with all aspects of WebTAG including wider economic impacts and be experienced in applying it on a wide range of schemes
  • Must have experience of undertaking major DfT compliant five case business cases
  • Experience in bidding for government and other funding for a range of transport schemes
  • Ability to provide technical advice to clients and junior colleagues across the company



  • Understanding of local transport policy, and procedures and DfT, local authority and TfL governance and practice
  • rail franchising
  • revenue forecasting for privately funded infrastructure projects,
  • providing regulatory advice,
  • managing grant/funding applications,
  • undertaking World Bank or similar international projects
  • We also work closely with colleagues in energy, environment and waste and experience and willingness to work in these areas would be beneficial.


Location :Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds or Manchester

Salary : £ 33,000.00/year

Print Print | Sitemap
© Myeasyjobs 2017