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Britannia Financial Group is a global financial services company that combines local expertise with global solutions to offer a full range of financial products including, securities & derivatives brokerage services, asset and wealth management products to its clients. Britannia is steeped in banking history and tradition. A group evolving through the decades by adapting itself to the new realities of the international financial environment.

We aim to build and maintain strong relationships with both clients and employees, providing space for employees to maximise their potential in a stimulating working environment. Britannia anticipates a period of significant growth, both in the UK and internationally, which presents the opportunity for sustained professional development and progression.

Job Vacancies
  • Credit Analyst  (London)

    Role Overview

    We have an exciting opportunity for a Credit Analyst to take a pivotal senior role at Britannia The vacancy is an excellent opportunity to step in to a global role with plenty of autonomy and variety. This is a newly created role within our fast growth and successful Asset Management division.

    Role Description

      > Screening corporate and sovereign debt securities for suitability in client investment portfolios
      > Examining corporate financials to establish credit worthiness and identify investment opportunities
      > Monitor existing credit and duration exposure to assess risks to client portfolios
      > Independently research themes and strategies to generate investment ideas for portfolio consideration
      > Contribute to presentations for internal and external use on fixed income investment strategies
      > Contribute to regular written publications on fixed income market conditions and their impact on investment strategies
      > Any ad hoc tasks as required from time to time.

    Essential Skills / Experience:

      > Previous experience in credit analysis role
      > Deep familiarity with financial markets
      > Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
      > Strong attention to detail
      > Ability to multitask and prioritise workload
      > Ability to work in a fast-moving environment
      > Ability to communicate clearly and concisely
      > Comfortable making decisions and escalating issues to manager as necessary
      > Advanced skills using Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint and Bloomberg terminals

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  • Trade Surveillance Manager  (London)

    Role Overview

    The role of the Trade Surveillance team is to monitor activity on all trading venues that BGM and its clients conduct activity on. The team monitors order and trade activity to identify behaviour which may be indicative of market abuse.

    The primary focus of this role will be to undertake day-to-day order and trade monitoring, for the majority analysing client activity to identify behaviour which may be indicative of market abuse or contrary to market integrity. Trade Surveillance is primarily conducted through the automated generation of alerts (T+1), whilst also undertaking manual controls for more in depth analysis. The candidate will also be involved in the receipt and analysis of referrals of unusual behaviour from other sources such as; front-office staff, external counterparties and exchanges and regulator enquiries.

    Role Description

      > Timely and accurate investigation and disposition of surveillance alerts and reports
      > Identification and escalation of potentially suspicious order and trade activity
      > Conducting ad hoc reviews and analysis of client activity to identify potentially suspicious activity and/or patterns or repeated activity
      > Carry out daily reviews (on T) for Client and Desk Order Flow, monitoring total message counts and ratios, ensuring any potential Exchange breaches are reviewed and averted
      > Assist in ongoing client investigations and ‘Enhanced Client Monitoring’, providing analysis and reports to the Head of Surveillance
      > Assist in responding to requests for information from Regulators, Exchanges and external Counterparts.
      > Assist in alert calibration testing for new and existing alert types, ensuring any proposed changes/enhancements to alerts are delivered as expected.
      > Assist in maintenance of procedure manuals as and when required.
      > Participation in other projects or surveillance activities and tasks as required by the Head of Surveillance
      > Developing an understanding in Britannia’s new and existing products and services in order to assist in the ongoing and repeated risk assessment of the firm’s market abuse monitoring procedures and controls.

    Essential Skills / Experience:

      > Several years’ work experience in a financial markets role and an understanding of FCA’s MA
      > Attention to detail and accuracy essential
      > Excellent data analysis and interpretation skills
      > Ability to quickly grasp an understanding of alert triggers and trading behaviour
      > Ability to draft brief reports in a concise, professional, and succinct manner
      > Strong communication and inter-personal skills
      > Conversant with all Microsoft Office applications particularly Excel and PowerPoint
      > Experience working with Trade Surveillance systems and Alerts 

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  • Credit Risk Manager  (London)

    Role Overview

    Our dynamic and talented Risk team responsible for managing credit and market risk are looking for an experienced Credit Risk Manager to carry out a key and pivotal role for us. You’ll gain exposure across numerous products whilst directly supporting the ongoing framework development for the management of credit and market risk. As such, the role will entail top-level exposure across the business.

    Some of the activities you will be involved with

      > Manage Credit & Market risk across multiple products including Futures, FX, Equities, Fixed Income & CFD
      > Analysing Credit profile of new and existing clients
      > Create and maintain Policy & Procedure documentation
      > Approving trading and margin limits on various platforms
      > Analysing real time risk across various products and locations
      > Preparing and presenting MIS for senior management
      > Developing stress testing and VAR calculations
      > Assist in delivering requirements driven by Regulatory changes

    Experience we are looking for

      > Several years’ work experience in Risk Management involving Credit Risk
      > Attention to detail and accuracy essential
      > Strong communication and interpersonal skills essential

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  • Relationship Manager  (London)

    Role Overview

    Due to the continued growth of Britannia Global Markets’ brokerage we are looking to hire relationship managers across a number of areas. Working in a fast paced and varied business development role you'll be a subject matter expect with a client following in any of the following areas: FX, Securities, Futures, Fixed Income, CFDs. Tasked with promoting the business area and its services as a whole, the Relationship Manager will work on sales and cross-sell initiatives.

    Role Description

      > Approach and onboarding of top tier clients.
      > Manage client communications to keep clients engaged with the markets and with the company's services.
      > Attend conferences and market events.
      > Support clients around new product releases, regulatory changes, and other account-related activities.
      > Identify opportunities to grow business from existing clients, through referrals and self-sourcing.
      > Identify opportunities for the company to improve its products and services based on feedback from clients.

    Essential Skills / Experience:

      > Background in a relationship management / new business sales role with relevant product background.   
      > Highly proficient at building and maintaining positive relationships with external professionals and adept at winning good volumes of higher value new client relationships
      > Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
      > Confidence to both work autonomously and within a friendly and collaborative team

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  • Project Manager  (London)

    Role Overview

    This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and talented Project Manager to work on projects relating to system integrations and strategic projects related to the business from inception through to closure. We are looking for a candidate ideally from a financial services background who are superb collaborators with experience of end-to-end front, middle and back-office operations.

    Responsibilities

      > Plan and drive completion of all project deliverables including the business case, impacted workstreams, project roadmap, budget, testing, deliverables implementation and handover into business as usual.
      > Identify and judge when to escalate risks and issues and their associated project plans to PMO head, Project Sponsor, and appropriate committees (SteerCo) to prevent impact or additional risk.
      > Write project and change management documents such as Project Initiation Documents and status reports.
      > Achieve appropriate governance and transparency for the project, liaising with multiple members of senior management and external parties so that the appropriate oversight is achieved.
      > Communication amongst a varied set of internal and external stakeholders.
      > Coordinate with functional areas on the various elements of the projects and their associated workstreams.
      > Chair project related working group and Steering Committee meetings.
      > Maintain project tasks within the Jira Work Management application to adhere to project governance.

    Essential Skills / Experience

      > Experience in project management covering financial services, markets and operational framework.
      > Deep knowledge of end-to-end front, middle and back-office operations.
      > Experience in project management able to run multi-stream strategic projects involving both internal and external stakeholders.
      > Clear, accurate and concise communicator with strict attention to detail and strong analytical skills.
      > Experience adapting complex technical written and verbal communication to be suitable for a for a non-technical audience.
      > Strong relationship building, with the ability to engage, negotiate, influence, and collaborate across the organisation.
      > Highly organised with the ability to prioritise own workload and adhere to strict deadlines.
      > Leadership skills to direct a diverse set of technical teams through completion of complex projects.
      > A strong collaborator
      > Knowledge of both Agile and Waterfall delivery methodologies.

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  • Accounts Payable Assistant  (London)

    Role Overview

    We are looking for an Accounts Payable (AP) Assistant to join our growing business. The AP Assistant will be responsible for the accurate processing and payment of purchase invoices and expense claims, ensuring the purchase ledger is always in good order, and all payment enquiries are responded to promptly. The role sits within the Group Accounts team and provides the opportunity to gain exposure in other areas of Accounts. 

    Responsibilities

      > Plan and drive completion of all project deliverables including the business case, impacted workstreams, project roadmap, budget, testing, deliverables implementation and handover into business as usual.
      > Identify and judge when to escalate risks and issues and their associated project plans to PMO head, Project Sponsor, and appropriate committees (SteerCo) to prevent impact or additional risk.
      > Write project and change management documents such as Project Initiation Documents and status reports.
      > Achieve appropriate governance and transparency for the project, liaising with multiple members of senior management and external parties so that the appropriate oversight is achieved.
      > Communication amongst a varied set of internal and external stakeholders.
      > Coordinate with functional areas on the various elements of the projects and their associated workstreams.
      > Chair project related working group and Steering Committee meetings.
      > Maintain project tasks within the Jira Work Management application to adhere to project governance.

    Essential Skills / Experience

      >  Part qualified, studying towards an accounting qualification
      >  2/3 years’ experience in a similar role, processing up to c. 50 invoices a day
      >  Intermediate to advanced Excel skills
      >  Sage experience desirable but not essential
      >  High accuracy and attention to details
      >  Demonstrate ability to work well as a team
      >  High attention to detail, problem solving skills and a positive outlook
      >  Preferable exposure to financial services but strong non-financial services considered
      >  Driven, proactive and keen to continue a successful career in Accounts Payable

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Benefits we offer

We offer a leading benefits and reward program alongside a hybrid working policy to attract and employ the most skilled and talented employees in the industry. From competitive pay to a comprehensive health, family and wellness cover. We make sure every aspect of our employee's well-being is taken care of.

Our commitment to equal opportunities

We believe that diversity and inclusion among our colleagues is critical to our success as a global company . We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender identity or age.