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Trading

Working within the changeable Trading markets it’s important to develop key industry networks to ensure that your business can fill gaps quickly as opportunities arise.

WRS’ 15 years of experience in the Global Energy, Mining and Heavy Industries markets means that we have leveraged our networks and transferred our skills into the trading remit.

The quickly expanding Trading division complements WRS’ offerings in the Technical Energy, Mining and Heavy Industries. WRS consultants are highly trained professionals with the experience to know your needs and the marketplace. We make sure all of our candidates’ aspirations, experience and background will suit the location, the rigours of the job, and your company’s culture. 

Global Locations

Engaging with our clients from the WRS EMEA Headquarters (UK), APAC hub (Singapore) and Middle East (Abu Dhabi) we are geographically and strategically aligned to service both global the hard & soft commodity sectors, inclusive of their respective vertical markets. 

WRS target the existing and traditional financial trading hubs (London, New York and Geneva) and the emerging regions in the marketplace (Singapore, Dubai and India, to name a few). 

Some of the positions we recruit for include, for front, middle and back office:

  • Finance & Treasury
  • Fund / Portfolio Managers
  • Analysts
  • CIO / CFO / CEO
  • Marketers / Originators
JOBS RELATED TO Trading
Trainee Recruitment Consultant
  • Salary: £18K + uncapped commission
  • Location: Altrincham, Manchester, UK
  • WRS is a global staffing solutions business that has won many awards for phenomenal growth. WRS is looking to hire a new Trainee Recruitment Consultant, full training provided.
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