Quant Developer – FinTech

  • Full Time
  • London
  • Posted 3 months ago

Quant Capital

Job title:

Quant Developer – FinTech


Quant Capital

Job description

Quant Developer – FinTechHybrid working – £150,000 to £175,000Quant Capital is urgently looking for a Quant Developer to join a high profile FinTech in London.Our client is a rapidly expanding financial services firm that has built a global network allowing investors to analyse and collaborate on investments. Their innovative approach is reshaping the industry by making investments transparent, empowering investors to make confident and informed decisions and holding financial institutions accountable to investors.This role is a key hire for their continued success and would ideally suit an independent worker who enjoys a smaller team with a chance to make maximum impact.The Role

  • Working individually and with developers to create, develop and implement complex pricing and risk models for fixed income products.
  • Use stochastic calculus, partial differential equations, Monte Carlo simulations, statistics, and numerical algorithms for quantitative analysis.
  • Develop production-ready code using object-orientated programming.

Skills and Experience

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in financial markets focused on trading and risk management within the fixed income
  • MSc or PhD in a STEM subject
  • Good C++ including C++ 11/14
  • Python
  • Version control such as Git/Github
  • Understanding of yield curves construction
  • Ideally some knowledge of Structured Products.

Join our client’s dynamic team and contribute to their mission of reshaping the financial markets with their groundbreaking global financial network.The role is London based hybrid working.

Expected salary

£150000 – 175000 per year



Job date

Fri, 12 Apr 2024 00:09:17 GMT

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