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Statistical Arbitrage Programmer C++
Date Posted: 4/29/2003 
Location: San Francisco, US 
Salary: OPEN depending on experience 
Job Description: Our client is a leading US Bank who is seeking Quantitative Programmers with financial experience in the statistical arbitrage field to join their Front Office program trading team.

You will have excellent academic background discipline (e.g., finance, statistics, econometrics, mathematics, physics, engineering, up to PhD level) supported by 3 years + financial experience within the statistical arbitrage field. In addition to this you will be a highly resilient programmer with the capability to deliver results within a busy Front Office environment. This is an excellent opportunity for experienced programmers with aspirations to trade. The ideal candidate will have excellent C, C++,VB and VBA programming skills.

 

Contact Via E-mail to: [email protected] 

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