International Business Careers in Finance
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Finance IB Professionals are involved in all of the major areas of finance: banking, investments, and corporate finance. Their skills are essential for international trade.
Some career options may include:
This position manages the day to day operations of foreign currency hedging, interest rate hedging, settlement of derivative contracts, short term borrowing and investments, assisting with capital markets transactions and accounting and disclosure requirements on a global basis.
Foreign Exchange Junior Trader
Strong understanding of User Acceptance Testing (UAT) Foreign Currency, Foreign Exchange and Money Market transactions. Prior financial industry/Trading Systems or Risk Management experience is highly desired.
Financial Analyst/Trade Credit Underwriter
The insurance division markets, underwrites and services trade credit and political risk insurance. Credit insurance protects against domestic and international nonpayment risk on business-to-business transactions caused by financial, economic or political uncertainties. Credit insurance is also a useful tool for corporate clients to manage financial performance, increase sales and optimize balance sheet efficiency, and facilitate the financing of receivables.