Business Auditor - Capital Markets

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Internal Audit

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £55000 - £75000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Goodman Masson

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

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  • Consultant:

    Goodman Masson

My client, a leading investment bank, are looking for a Business Auditor to join their investment banking and asset management audit team in London. The total audit sits at 40 people with the current capital markets team sitting at 10 people. They cover all audits across capital markets with a strong emphasis on FICC products. As they operate on a pooled resource basis the successful candidate will have exposure to all aspects of the investment bank i.e. all front to back office audits.

Although this role sits in internal audit the hiring manager is open to candidates coming from product control or market risk backgrounds. They must be able to manage relationships with senior stakeholders and be credible in front of traders. ACA/ACCA is not a requirement but is desirable. I have attached the job spec for your review.

Key points:

Associate role in Global Markets in Nomura

Involve audit testing - from planning (field work to reporting), annual risk assessment, continuous monitoring

Wide exposure to products: credit, emerging markets, interest rates, fixed income, vanilla to structured products

Min travel - most of time in London where traders are based

Deal with desk heads - head of trading desks

Audits covered: FO, product control, operations, IB and asset management space too

Looking for good product skills and good auditing skills

At associate level they don't need perfect knowledge - level of audit experience and knowledge of global markets type products and risks

Selling points:

  • Exposure to all front office audits
  • Good work life balance (no weekends and reasonable working hours)
  • No travel
  • An opportunity to work for a global investment bank

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