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Commodities - Market Risk Manager

Salary:

£75,000 - £95,000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits

Location:

London

Market

Financial Services

Job Discipline

Risk

Industry

Energy, Resources and Industrial

Salary

£80,000 - £100,000

Qualification

None specified

Contract Type:

Permanent

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My CLient are an oil major that are looking to hire a Market risk Manager.

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17/11/20

Nicholas Georgiou

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Head of Compliance SMF16 / SMF17

Salary:

£100,000 - £120,000 per annum + benefits + Bonus

Location:

London

Market

Financial Services

Job Discipline

Compliance

Industry

Investment Banking & Capital Markets

Salary

£100,000 - £125,000

Qualification

None specified

Contract Type:

Permanent

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My client are looking to hire a Head of compliance with experience in the broking sector.

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NGUFX97

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10/11/20

Nicholas Georgiou

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Nicholas Georgiou
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Senior Compliance officer - Private Equity

Salary:

€76,807 - €90,361 per annum + Benefits + Bonus

Location:

Luxembourg, Luxembourg (Canton)

Market

Financial Services

Job Discipline

Compliance

Industry

Private Equity

Salary

£80,000 - £100,000

Qualification

None specified

Contract Type:

Permanent

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NGUlux

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02/11/20

Nicholas Georgiou

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Risk analyst - Luxembourg -

Salary:

€54,217 - €67,771 per annum + +Benefits and Bonus

Location:

Luxembourg, Luxembourg (Canton)

Market

Financial Services

Job Discipline

Risk

Industry

Investment Management

Salary

£60,000 - £70,000

Qualification

None specified

Contract Type:

Permanent

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NGULUXR

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02/11/20

Nicholas Georgiou

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Compliance Officer AIFM

Salary:

€63,253 - €72,289 per annum + Benefits + Bonus

Location:

Luxembourg, Luxembourg (Canton)

Market

Financial Services

Job Discipline

Compliance

Industry

Investment Management

Salary

£70,000 - £80,000

Qualification

None specified

Contract Type:

Permanent

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We are working exclusively with a debt AIFM headquartered in London that are looking for a mid-level Compliance Officer to join their Luxembourg office.

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NGULUXAIFM

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02/11/20

Nicholas Georgiou

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Join our team

10/09/19

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When did you join us?  I joined Marks Sattin in November 2016 at the ripe age of 19. What’s the best thing about working at Marks Sattin? For me it’s the flexibility and autonomy. Of course, when you first start you need to find your feet, but once you hit your KPIs and are established in your market, you are trusted by people of all levels to do your job.  Do you feel like you’ve got a clear career path with us and why? Definitely. When I joined Marks Sattin, I am pretty sure I was the first non-grad junior hire. At the time, I had no experience or understanding of the financial world or recruitment. The management team accommodated this and I spent my first two months as an intern, learning from the best on all things from what our clients do to the full recruitment process.  After a few months I was promoted to Associate Consultant where I was solely working with candidates. After yet another promotion to consultant, I was challenged with starting a new desk from scratch. This proved really successful and the compliance desk has flourished ever since. This challenge led me to my new title of senior consultant. The next step would be either working towards becoming a manager or a principal consultant. The value at Marks Sattin lies in the way you aren’t syphoned into one path, they give you options!  How do you keep yourself motivated on the rollercoaster of recruitment? This is a great question as it is one of the hardest things. Recruitment is known to have a high turnover, I think this is due to people enjoying the highs but not being able to deal with the lows. For me, the best way to keep motivated is to realise that you cannot control everything and fate/luck will play a big part in most of the processes you go through. The second is to have a balance in your life. In my first nine months as a 360 consultant I did nothing else apart from live sleep and breathe recruitment, which resulted in great revenue but led to me being burning out. It’s safe to say I have learnt my lesson. It’s really beneficial to have an end goal in recruitment and be disciplined in order to achieve it, such as buying a house, making £10,000 or buying a new car. Mine has always been the ability to own my own time and manage that myself. I discipline myself and live by the code “fear kills more dreams than failure ever will” and apply this to all aspects of my life. By having these goals you know you are constantly working towards something.  What is your most memorable placement? My second retainer definitely! I was emailed by a client saying that another client had passed them over my details. Great start in my mind! The initial conversations were very consultative and they let me know they were speaking to other agencies in order to determine who would get the role. They decided to work with me and I quickly found them a number of suitable candidates and placed one resulting in a total fee of around £40k! Where will we find you at the weekend?  At the gym. I do a sport called Crossfit which is essentially a horrible mix of Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics and cardio. Random fact about you? I am a really good cook. Read more 'Road to Success' stories here.

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For me, the best way to keep motivated is to realise that you cannot control everything and fate/luck will play a big part in most of the processes you go through.

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Nicholas Georgiou shares his rules for success and spills on his most memorable placement
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24/07/19

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When did you join us and what were you doing before Marks Sattin? I joined Marks Sattin in November 2016 at the ripe age of 19. Before this, I was an electrical apprentice. What’s the best thing about working at Marks Sattin? For me it’s the flexibility and autonomy. Of course, when you first start you need to find your feet, but once you hit your KPIs and are established in your market, you are trusted to do your job.  Do you feel like you’ve got a clear career path with us and why? Definitely. When I joined Marks Sattin, I am pretty sure I was the first non-graduate junior hire. At the time, I had no experience or understanding of the financial world or recruitment. The management team accommodated this and I spent my first two months as an intern, learning from the best on all things from what our clients do to the full recruitment process. After a few months I was promoted to Associate Consultant where I was solely working with candidates. After yet another promotion to consultant, I was challenged with starting a new desk from scratch. This proved really successful and the compliance desk has flourished ever since. This challenge led me to my new title of senior consultant. The next step for me would be either working towards becoming a manager or a principal consultant. The value at Marks Sattin lies in the way you aren’t syphoned into one path, they give you different options. How do you keep yourself motivated on the roller coaster of recruitment? This is a great question as it is one of the hardest things. Recruitment is known to have a high turnover, I think this is due to people enjoying the highs but not being able to deal with the lows. For me, the best way to keep motivated is to realise that you cannot control everything and luck will play a big part in most of the processes you go through. The second is to have a balance in your life. In my first nine months in a 360 consultant role I did nothing else apart from live sleep and breathe recruitment, which resulted in great revenue but led to me being burning out. It’s safe to say I have learnt my lesson! It’s really beneficial to have an end goal in recruitment and be disciplined in order to achieve it, such as buying a house, making £10,000 or buying a new car. Mine has always been the ability to own my own time and manage that myself. I discipline myself and live by the code “fear kills more dreams than failure ever will” and apply this to all aspects of my life. By having these goals you know you are constantly working towards something. What is your most memorable placement? Definitely my second retainer! I was emailed by a client saying that another client had passed them my details. Great start in my mind! The initial conversations were very consultative and they told me they were speaking to other agencies in order to determine who would get the role. They decided to work with me and I quickly found them a number of suitable candidates and placed one resulting in a total fee of around £40k! Where will we find you at the weekend?  At the gym. I do a sport called Crossfit which is essentially a horrible mix of Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics and cardio. If you would like to read more stories from our employee spotlight series or have an anonymous chat to our internal recruitment team about anything recruitment career related, visit our Careers site where you can use our online chat function!

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I joined Marks Sattin in November 2016 at the ripe age of 19. Before this, I was an electrical apprentice.

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Financial Services | Risk 2018 Market Insights in London
Financial Services | Risk 2018 Market Insights in London

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Financial Services

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Market Insight Reports

16/08/18

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View London risk market salaries within financial services. Download the full London Financial Services 2018 Market Insight Report here » RISK  Job title    Salary range   Day rate   Quantitative Analyst | 1 - 3 years exp £35,000 - £50,000 £200 - £300   Market Risk Analyst | 1 - 3 years exp £30,000 - £45,000 £175 - £275  Credit Risk Analyst | 1 - 3 years exp £30,000 - £45,000 £175 - £275  Liquidity Risk Analyst |1 - 3 years exp £35,000 - £45,000 £175 - £275  Quantitative Analysis | 4 - 7 years exp £45,000 - £85,000  £300 - £550  Market Risk | 4 - 7 years exp £40,000 - £70,000 £300 - £450  Credit Risk | 4 - 7 years exp £40,000 - £75,000 £300 - £450  Liquidity Risk | 4 - 7 years exp £45,000 - £75,000  £350 - £500  Quantitative Analysis Manager/Director £80,000 - £120,000  £500 - £750  Market Risk Manager/Director £60,000 - £100,000  £350 - £700   Credit Risk Manager/Director £65,000 - £100,000 £350 - £700  Liquidity Risk Manager/Director £70,000 - £110,000 £500 - £750  Head of Risk  £110,000 - £150,000 £700 - £1,000  Chief Risk Officer £150,000+ £1,000+   View salaries in other sectors within London financial services »  

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View London risk market salaries within financial services.

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