Eurex Clearing is one of the leading central counterparties globally — assuring the safety and integrity of markets while providing innovation in risk management, clearing technology and client asset protection. We clear the broadest scope of products under a single framework in Europe — both listed products and OTC — and accept the world’s widest spectrum of eligible collateral.

Eurex Clearing provides its services for derivatives, equities, bonds and secured funding and securities financing market. We stand between the buyer and the seller, which makes us central counterparty for all your transactions. We mitigate your counterparty risk and maximize your operational efficiency. Our one-stop shop offering combines seamless post-trade services, efficient collateral and delivery management with an industry leading risk management — to keep you clear to trade.

Risk Analyst

As a Risk Analyst, your responsibilities include monitoring stress testing exposures from member portfolios, assessing credit-, concentration- and wrong way risk limit utilizations, monitoring liquidity needs and capital requirements of the CCP. Furthermore your create comprehensive risk management reports for internal and external bodies and support the senior management decision making process in view of the CCP’s overall risk situation. You will also be strongly involved in new product and service offerings.


Monitor and analyse credit and liquidity stress testing exposures
Assess credit-, concentration- and wrong way risk- limit utilization
Regularly create comprehensive risk management reports and disclosures, including event-driven analyses
Maintain and further develop the employed risk management tools and related documentation
Work in close collaboration with IT to accompany the development process, including writing business requirements and performing business acceptance testing
Support extensions of service offerings of Deutsche Börse Group

Qualifications/required skills

Higher education degree and profound industry experience in a financial or quantitative discipline
Good understanding of financial markets with knowledge of at least one of the following asset classes: Listed equity and fixed income derivatives, bonds, SFTs, FX, or interest rate swaps
Excellent analytical skills as well as high results orientation and good communication skills
Efficient team player with a high degree of organisational self-reliance
Expertise with software requirements analysis, specification, programming and testing
Proficiency in written and spoken English; additional German language skills will be an asset
Excellent command of MS office, experience with Databases/ SQL and a programming language (e.g. VBA)

What we offer

More detail information about benefits can be found at BENEFITS section

Information about the vacancy

Job location

Sokolovská 662/136b, 186 00  Praha-Karlín, Czech Republic

Employment type

Part-time work

Type of employment

Agreement on working activities (DPČ), other

Duration of employment


Required education

Secondary education or professional training with a school-leaving exam

Required languages

English (advanced)

Posted by

Deutsche Börse Group

The vacancy is suitable for graduates.



Deutsche Börse Group
Renáta Palátová
Sokolovská 662/136b
186 00  Prague-Prague 8
Czech Republic