importance it will continue to evolve and the successful candidate will have a key role to play in defining changes to the role going forward.
The business control officer (BCO) will interact with multiple lines of business and corporate functions and will need to be able to work effectively with senior executives of the firm. The BCO will be based on the Trading floor, he/she will need to establish very strong relationships within the Americas Sales businesses i.e. business head, desk heads, sales personnel, business managers and keys business partners such as Product Control, Technology, Market Risk, Operations, Compliance etc. He/she will need to develop a deep understanding of the business, its control challenges, the architecture and products. The candidate should be interested in working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, participating in key initiatives and becoming involved in a diverse set of issues that will have a direct impact on the organization.
The Business Control Officers focus will be:
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