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Associate/Investment Research (Quant) Global Mac
Date Posted: 4/21/2003 
Location: NYC 
Salary: Competitive salary  
Job Description: Premier Global Hedge Fund based out of NYC is looking to hire an Associate to research Macro Investment Strategies. Responsibilities will involve intensive use of S-Plus and SAS for Multivariate Regression and Principal Component Analysis to analyze price behavior in Global Markets. A BS or MS degree in Statistics/Econometrics from a top university [Ivy League preferred] with two years of relevant experience on Wall Street is essential. Applicants must specify all relevant GPAs, SAT, GMAT and GRE scores on the resume to be eligible. Intensive work experience using S-Plus on-the-job is an absolute must. Competitive salary package.

Refer to Job#VM207-HFCtr and email MS Word attached resume to Vic Malhotra, [email protected] or register online at www.analyticrecruiting.com

 

Contact Via E-mail to: [email protected] 

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