A Career with Point72’s Operations Team

Point72’s Operations team supports all operational aspects of trade processing, reconciliation, financing, and reporting firmwide for all products, including equities, derivatives, bonds, foreign exchange and futures, and cryptocurrency across global markets.

What you’ll do

We’re looking for a trading operations professional to join our team, bringing their expertise in the crypto space. You will help build out the Firm’s infrastructure and operations for digital assets and cryptocurrency and manage all aspects of crypto trade support. Specifically, you will:

  • Oversee all aspects of cryptocurrency trade support, including settlement and reconciliation of digital asset and cryptocurrencies

  • Collaborate with a cross-functional team, including members from Technology, Compliance, Risk, Tax, Treasury and Finance, to establish and enhance the Firm’s cryptocurrency trading processes

  • Manage the onboarding of a post-trade processing platform and build the business out from a support perspective

  • Design and implement robust workflows, processes and a control framework including documentation of workflows and control policies

  • Define goals, benchmarks, and metrics for our cryptocurrency operations efforts

What’s required

  • 6-10 years’ experience in trading operations/middle office functions within a financial services or investment firm

  • Reconciliation and settlements experience in digital assets and cryptocurrencies

  • Strong leadership, management, and people development skills

  • Effective communication skills with the ability to communicate with all levels within the organization

  • Strong judgement and decision-making skills that demonstrate the ability to think strategically

  • High attention to detail aimed at delivering a product that meets our best-in-class standards

  • Sense of urgency and ability to prioritize and multitask effectively

  • Prior experience implementing/onboarding technology solutions

  • Adherence to the highest ethical standards

We take care of our people

We invest in our people, their careers, their health, and their well-being. When you work here, we provide:

  • Fully-paid health care benefits

  • Generous parental and family leave policies

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Support for employee-led affinity groups representing women, people of color and the LGBT+ community

  • Mental and physical wellness programs

  • Tuition assistance

  • A 401(k) savings program with an employer match and more

About Point72

Point72 Asset Management is a global firm led by Steven Cohen that invests in multiple asset classes and strategies worldwide. Resting on more than a quarter-century of investing experience, we seek to be the industry’s premier asset manager through delivering superior risk-adjusted returns, adhering to the highest ethical standards, and offering the greatest opportunities to the industry’s brightest talent. We’re inventing the future of finance by revolutionizing how we develop our people and how we use data to shape our thinking. For more information, visit www.Point72.com/working-here.

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