Trade and Capital Markets (TCM) compliments the efforts of Cargill commodity business units by providing financial solutions to Cargill’s business partners (suppliers and buyers).
TCM’s experience and expertise in global financial markets aid in mitigating documentary, cross-border and credit risks associated with structured trade finance.
TCM plays a key role in funding the global operations of Cargill through cross-border funding structures and management of transferability and convertibility risks.
In additional to structured trade finance and internal funding, TCM also leverages Cargill’s international trade flows to create trade structures that provide funding to emerging market-based financial institutions and corporations.
The candidate will be responsible for administration of all aspects of the TCM trade finance activities in a timely and accurate manner.
Ensure compliance to the TCM guidelines and procedures. Responsibilities also include developing thorough knowledge of transaction structures and related documentation, legal and tax implications, settlements, funding, delivery of assets, and working with other local and regional offices to ensure that appropriate Cargill controls are included in settlement process.
70% Execution of all Trade & Capital Markets (TCM) trades in adherence to the TCM Standard Operating Procedures / Guidelines.
Ensure work processes and procedures follow Cargill and TCM policies.
20% Develop a thorough understanding of relevant Trade & Capital Markets structures through PAF reviews including the key risks and controls associated with each structure, and relevant tax & legal implications.
Ensure complete understanding of transaction specifics, including data integrity, documentation, and settlement processes as well as the attributes of the relevant market and geography.
Assist other team members in obtaining a deeper understanding of structures and processes through informal, on-the-job training opportunities.
10% Facilitate innovation and work process improvements through idea generation and applying of business knowledge. Champion and / or participate in global / regional projects where appropriate.
Minimum Required Qualifications
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