Capital Asset Trader

Company Name:
Capital Asset Exchange and Trading
As a Capital Asset Sales and Trading Associate, you will originate, analyze, and execute arbitrage opportunities in the semiconductor industry. Working within a specialized team, you will leverage CAE's proprietary data-set, technology, and deep counterparty relationships to develop and complete trades. Sales and Trading Associates are given tremendous responsibility: negotiating pricing, contracts, and developing and managing multi-million dollar relationships. Success in this role requires attention to detail, strong analytical skills, sales and marketing skills, and instinctual pattern recognition. We are looking for individuals who are tenacious, competitive, hard-working and committed to being part of a cohesive team that services clients exceedingly well. Please note that this is NOT a financial trading role.
Develop and maintain relationships with buyers and sellers
Originate and qualify assets and requirements
Analyze and structure arbitrage situations involving different countries, counterparties, and transactional dynamics
Coordinate downstream process requirements to CAE's factory and logistics teams
Participate in developing and maintaining CAE's informational advantage
BS/BA from a leading accredited academic institution
2-5 years of relevant sales, trading, or financial work experience
Demonstrable tenacity, fortitude, and competitive spirit
History of closing transactions of any kind
Exceptional communication skills, pattern recognition, and attention to detail
Ability to work in an unstructured environment
Compensation and Benefits include:
Base salary with staggered year 1 increases
Discretionary monthly bonus program: 10-20% of monthly spread generated, after minimum hurdles. Bonuses are entirely uncapped, but subject to management discretion.
Excellent medical benefits
401K program
30,000 sq. ft. of gym, pool, basketball court, and other on-site recreational facilities
Company cocktail events and annual holiday party
Half days every Friday

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