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Job Offers in Geneva

Posted on 02 October 2007 by info

The Swiss banking sector remains strong and bullish on the economy despite considerable exposure to losses in the American subprime lending markets. The month of September showed strong demand for professionals in the financial and banking sectors across a range of skillsets.

A small selection of job offers in the local press is excerpted below.

DEUTSCHE BANK is seeking to recruit a Payroll Specialist for its Human Resources department in Geneva. Deutsche bank seeks an experienced Payroll Specialist (M/F) to strengthen its HR team in Geneva. The new team member will be responsible for all payroll procedures for the Bank and its Swiss affiliates with around 1000 employees. The job entails everything from data input to payroll runs, bank transfers, alignment with HR guidelines, internal and external reports, and project work.
The profile Deutsche Bank is seeking will have 3-5 years experience as a payroll specialist and a degree in Finance or HR, ideally combined with a good knowledge of of social insurance (AVS, LPP, AI, etc.), and a service oriented personality, as well as strong I.T. skills (like Office, Peoplesoft, SAP, Applic8, etc.) and fluency in both French and English (German is a plus). Interested candidates should apply to Deutsche Bank (Suisse) SA, HR Operations, Alain Calame, 3, place des Bergues, Case Postale 1416, CH-1211 Geneva 1, Switzerland, or by email to

MIGNON, a hedge funds company based in Geneva, is seeking to recruit a Credit Trader / Portfolio Manager to manage hedge funds assets including both investment grade and high yield debt derivatives. The position is based on the trading desk, and responsibilities include design and implementation of quantitative trading tools and generation and implementation of trade ideas.
Candidates for this job must have a graduate degree with a specific focus on credit markets and structured credit products; an industry experience with tranched credit products, and knowledge of correlation and volatility models; a strong quantitative background and exposure to financial mathematics; strong programming skills with the ability to take capital market scenarios and build quantitative tools to manage the portfolios and run stress tests; ability to code in VBA and C++ is required; experience with credit spread modeling is a plus. Interested candidates should apply via email to Romain Buob at

HSBC is seeking to recruit Tax Specialist Operations for their Geneva-based Network Management Department. The Specialist that HSBC is seeking to recruit will be responsible for monitoring ESD tax accounting, tracking of issues and coordination between operations, as well as documentation and tax. The role will also follow-up on regulations changes and treaty modifications related to withholding and capital gains tax in various markets. Also monitoring of US QI tax matters and Italian capital gains accounting and coordination. The profile HSBC is looking for will have a University degree in finance/economics, private banking experience in an Operations department, have an interest in taxes and legal aspects, knowledge of different fiscal regimes (US-QI, ESD, Swiss stamp duties, etc.), excellent analytical and organizational skills, fluency in French and English, strong communication skills in these essential languages as well as hopefully another language. Interested candidates are invited to apply by email to : or by mail to HSBC Private Bank (Suisse) SA, 1211 Geneva 3, Switzerland.

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