Associate Commodities Broker, Karbone – New York City

Published 16:32 on July 24, 2018  /  Last updated at 16:32 on July 24, 2018  /  Job Postings  /  No Comments

The Brokerage team at Karbone is recruiting to expand its fast growing business. We are seeking experienced and highly motivated candidates to join our platform.


  • Karbone Inc. is a fully-integrated financial services firm that specializes in renewable and
    traditional energy markets. The firm houses key strengths in Capital Advisory, Brokerage,
    and Research services. Over the past decade, Karbone has successfully helped its clients
    secure long-term revenue contracts, funding sources, and key analytical information to
    help them achieve their investment and trading goals.
  • Due to growth-driven expansion of its Brokerage Desk, Karbone is currently seeking an
    Associate Commodities Broker:


  • Originate, structure and execute bilateral deals/contracts for various classes of
    environmental commodities in North America. These include but are not limited to
    RECs, RINs, Carbon Credits, LCFS Credits and various fuels
  • Establish, manage and grow relationships with participants in the immediate and
    broader markets
  • Maintain knowledge of current market developments, regulation/legislation and industry trends
  • Participate in industry networking events and conduct client meetings with the goal of growing company exposure and building book


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics or Finance preferred (Graduate degree a plus)
  • Experience of 2-6 years in a sales/business development, sales and trading, and/or
    brokerage/account management role
  • Specific experience in energy markets or having a book of business is a plus
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, and strong numerical skills
  • Taking initiative, a commercial and creative mind with an entrepreneurial attitude

Location: New York, NY
Start Date: Immediate
Application: Please submit CV to

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