Carbon Credit Trader Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Carbon Credit Trader in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Carbon Credit Trader in Alabama - State Average is $104,232.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Carbon Credit Trader in Alabama - State Average is $50.11.

The average bonus of a(n) Carbon Credit Trader in Alabama - State Average is $24,515.00.

Job Description:

Purchases and sells carbon credits for clients in the form of carbon emissions permits. Helps businesses and organizations to source, select, and purchase certified carbon credits from trusted projects all around the world. Assists clients in making the decision on when and how to sell carbon credits when their emissions fall below the regulatory cap and turn them into revenue. Keeps informed of carbon credit markets to take advantage of arbitrage and other opportunities. Identifies trading opportunities and trading strategies based on analysis. Establishes and maintains relationships with carbon credit trading customers, counterparts of competitors, and brokers. Assists asset managers in hedging decisions and forecasting forward. Manages trading books with regards to positions, mark-to-market, profit and loss, and risk. Less

Purchases and sells carbon credits for clients in the form of carbon emissions permits. Helps businesses and organizations to source, select, and purchase certified carbon credits from trusted projects all around the world. Assists clients in making the decision on... More

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