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Commodity trade Finance jobs Zurich

My client, a leading global bank, is looking for an Analyst/Associate level candidate to join their team in Zurich.

The position is on their Trade Finance desk and they are looking for an Operations officer, whose responsibilities would be as follows:

  • Taking care of Letters of Credit
  • Supporting the Trade Finance team
  • Handling transactions from Origination to Execution including credit and guarantee approval and commision handling
  • Various middle - front office tasks
Requirements:
  • Flexibility to take on a variety of tasks
  • 2-3 years practical experience working with trade operations, letters of credit
  • Ability to work in a small team to cover varied tasks
  • Fluent German and English, any others are an advantage.

If you are interested please send your CV in Word format and not PDF format to apply. You may call +41 44 208 3767 for further details. Selby Jennings are a trading style of Phaidon Capital (Schweiz).

Selby Jennings is a trading style of Phaidon Capital (Schweiz) GmbH. Phaidon Capital (Schweiz) GmbH of 31A Dreikonigstrasse, 8002, Zurich, Switzerland is a branch of Phaidon Capital (Suisse) Sarl of 7 Avenue Pictet de Rochemont, 1207, Geneva, Switzerland.

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The panic hasn't even started!


As ordinary citizens with no power over the levers of policy, we watch from the sidelines, and weep. The whole global economy has tipped into a downward spiral. Trade and output are contracting at rates that outstrip the leisurely depression of the 1930s. Debt deflation has simply washed over the drastic measures taken by governments everywhere.
Judging by the latest Merrill Lynch survey of fund managers, investors have a touching faith that China is going to rescue us all and re-ignite the commodity boom

Get ready for higher long term interest rates

by NiteCrawlerofTruth

Higher U.S. interest rates will be due to:
1. Higher inflation; cheaper dollar. T-buyers are demanding a higher
interest rate to compensate for inflation and the falling dollar.This
inflation is caused by higher world commodity prices and is outside
control by the Fed Reserve.
2. Foreign sovereign funds are pulling out of U.S. Treasuries. The
Chinese economics minister and OPEC spokesman and others have already
announced this pull back Foreigners, who own more than half of our $9.5

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