Posted Jul 18, 2017 - Requisition No. 59558
Bloomberg Trade Order Management System (TOMS) is an industry leading, comprehensive fixed income solution for the trading community. For sell-side fixed income firms, Bloomberg Trade Order Management Solutions (TOMS) delivers global, multi-asset solutions for front-end inventory, trading, compliance and middle & back office operations. With TOMS, you can optimize your workflow, increase global distribution to markets, manage risk and compliance, and improve operational efficiency.
We’re looking for a Product Manager to join our New York team, with the exciting remit of development of the Compliance solution within the TOMS Sell-Side Fixed Income solution. First and foremost, you’ll be the subject matter expert for Regulatory and Compliance related concerns in the OMS, overseeing all Compliance, Limits and Controls deliverables in the TOMS solution. You’ll construct a full plan and track risks, issues and milestones to ensure all aspects of the build are covered. Operating in this influential role will require you to develop relationships with regulators, current / prospective clients and your peers in product management and technology to ensure TOMS is compliant with numerous global regulations. This is a detail oriented role that will empower you to make decisions and drive the product forward to grow our business.
TOMS aims to provide a streamlined workflow between sales and trading, while providing a full audit and the details necessary to furnish downstream services. Today, TOMS provides a key function in the pre-trade, in-trade and post-trade world, which will undoubtedly grow under increasing global regulatory scrutiny. This role is a key role due to the importance of increased regulatory demands to our client base and will provide the opportunity to grow within a product team dedicated to provide order management solutions to sell-side fixed income clients.
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