VP / Director of Equity Derivative Sales

New York, NY

Company Highlights



  • Firm was originally founded as an Investment Bank and Brokerage firm which has since expanded into a full service financial service firm including: sales & trading, equity and fixed income capital markets, prime brokerage, investment banking, commercial real estate financing, government securities dealer
  • Private partnership w/ 30+ locations and 12,000+ employees







  • Manage and develop client relationships and present new business ideas to clients
  • Execute strategic plans to expand existing client base
  • Provide clients with market information, market commentary, and research-based execution advice
  • Gather information and translate research to analyze the market; carry out detailed data analysis and valuation
  • Identify issues affecting clients; adapt to ever-changing equity trading environment
  • Keep market-making traders/sales trader abreast of the relevant issues with their customers






  • Experienced equity derivatives salesperson with a proven track record and existing book of business w/ institutional clients including but not limited to hedge funds, money managers, pension plans and endowments
  • Must be well versed in both symmetric derivative products (swaps) and asymmetric derivative products (optionality) and comfortable w/ volatility products (variance swaps) exotics, structured vol.
  • Working knowledge of macro and single stock fundamentals to help formulate directional option ideas.
  • 5-9 years of EQD Sales experience; institutional client coverage and portable relationships
  • Four-year bachelor’s degree or international equivalent
  • Series 7 and 63




Note: Qualified candidates will be contacted within 2 business days of application. If an applicant does not meet the above criteria, we will keep your resume on file for future opportunities and may contact you for further discussion.

Date Posted 8/8/2018
Salary Open

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