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Associate – Rates – Quant Developer

Apply 2019-01-09 15:09:37 1970-01-01 Henlow

Associate – Rates – Quant Developer

Date posted: January 9, 2019
London, United Kingdom
Job description

Associate – Rates – Quant Developer

  • Providing modelling and development support to the interest rates trading desk.
  • Design, build and deliver robust and production quality code within a unified library for use within interest rates.
  • Liaising with quant groups in other asset classes

Essential Skills

  • Post graduate degree in a quantitative discipline with a computer science element
  • Experience developing in Python and C++.
  • Good understanding of library and code design
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English, and ability to work as part of a global team

Please apply below or call 0207 871 4052

Reference: QD-19-08