Senior Business Manager/COO - DCM/ECM/Advisory - Investment Ban

Alexander Ash



16 June 2017

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Senior Business Manager/COO - DCM/ECM/Advisory

Investment Bank. A leading investment bank are undertaking major transformation programme within
their DCM/ECM/Advisory COO function and have a fantastic opportunity for a senior business manager
/ COO to manage both operational and transformation initiatives for the business.

As a Senior Business Manager / COO you will be responsible for a number of initiatives across risk
management, compliance, operational efficiency and business transformation, interfacing with one
or more of the ECM, DCM, leveraged finance, infrastructure & real estate lending, leveraged
acquisitions, structured loans and high yield bond business.

You will have:

Proven track record in one or more top tier investment banks specifically in the primary markets
(DCM/ECM/Advisory or related)

Demonstrable experience as a business manager, COO or in another front office operational role for
the primary markets

Strong understanding of the different types of risks in the primary markets (product, operational,
financial crime etc.)

Detailed knowledge of one or more of: ECM, DCM, leveraged finance, infrastructure & real estate
lending, leveraged acquisitions, structured loans or high yield bonds

Ability to affect transformational change on large scale, highly complex transformation change

Experience facing off to desk heads within a primary markets business

Degree educated or higher from a leading academic institution

Secondary markets / sales and trading experience is not relevant to this role.

This is a £800-£1000/day contract role based London initially for six months.

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