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10 days ago

Trade Accounting Analyst

Koch Supply & Trading Houston, TX +2 locations

Candidates for this role should possess strong critical thinking skills and have a demonstrable ability to not only solve problems, but also to help… eFinancialCareers

10 days ago

Settlement Accountant

Koch Supply and Trading, LP Wichita, KS

• Process primary and secondary invoices timely, accurately, and efficiently • Actively collect outstanding invoices by building and maintaining… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Marine Operations Coordinator

Koch Supply and Trading, LP Houston, TX

Koch Shipping Inc., is the marine transportation group of Koch Supply & Trading, LP. We are a fast-paced, dynamic, team-oriented trading organization… Glassdoor

23 days ago

FX Trader

Koch Supply and Trading, LP New York, NY

The group combines extensive quantitative analysis with discretionary decision making based on understanding and modelling of participants behavior… Glassdoor

3 days ago


Koch Supply and Trading, LP Houston, TX

Koch Supply & Trading is seeking an Administrative Assistant to work in our Houston office. The administrative assistant will have an opportunity to… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Financial Accountant

Koch Supply and Trading, LP Wichita, KS

Koch Supply & Trading is seeking an Accountant within Financial Accounting to work in our Wichita KS&T headquarters. The Accountant is a position… Glassdoor

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    Average but could be so much more

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX

    I worked at Koch Supply & Trading


    -Very stable work environment with low turnover. The parent company is nearly immune to economic cycles.
    -Very experienced senior traders.
    -Excellent hours and flexibility. Perfect if you have children. The extremely flexible vacation policy is the best I have seen.
    -If you are senior you can make more money than nearly anywhere else I know off.


    -Suffocating risk management. It takes too long to get trading permissions and you are not compensated for opportunity cost while you wait. This is actually a major competitive disadvantage.
    -Poor/below market compensation with very slow reviews of same if you are not a senior trader.
    -No accountability. Some people have been tenured so long that they are paid even if they lose money. Turnover is a little too low.
    -Growth opportunities are driven more by your political skills with senior traders than any requirement of competence.
    -Overemphasis on ownership's political views.
    -Very understaffed with analysts and IT support. If you are a trader, expect to do a lot of things yourself.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Rethink the whole risk management approach. Be more proactive with compensation reviews. The misalignment between risk management and compensation practices actually make it hard to attract/retain top talent in anything but a recession.

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