Capital Markets, Frankfurt am Main: currently 3 jobs.The latest job was posted on 25 May 20.
Capital Markets Roles in Frankfurt
Capital Markets professionals in Frankfurt earn an average of €60,000, not including bonuses. Frankfurt is the main financial centre for the German-speaking world and its bond and equity markets raise billions of euro for corporate clients every year.
Whether they work in debt capital markets or equity capital markets, Capital Markets professionals must take a slightly longer-term view than their colleagues in sales & trading, as their transactions are less frequent but much bigger. For this reason, employers place a greater value on relationship building and the ability to take an overall view of a client’s financial needs than on quick reactions and the ability to synthesize data and take decisions. The Capital Markets working day tends to be less high pressure, but long hours are very common, particularly around transaction deadlines.
Current vacancies in Capital Markets roles in Frankfurt include Syndicated Loans Vice President and Institutional Sales. At the Associate and Vice-President levels of seniority, jobs tend to be filled by candidates with technical ability and understanding of the legal and
regulatory requirements. At Director level and above, candidates are expected to have their own relationships with issuers and investors and to be able to originate transactions of their own.
More about working in Frankfurt
Frankfurt is home to the European Central Bank and several other international agencies. Workers tend to socialise in the bars and restaurants around the city hall and opera house, or overlooking the river.