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C++ Derivatives Quantitative Analyst
Date Posted: 5/6/2003 
Location: Philadelphia, US 
Salary: Excellent depending on experience 
Job Description: Client is a highly respected investment bank. Currently the Credit team is recruiting for a Quantitative Analyst. The role will involve working through the whole life cycle within a Front Office team. This will include liasing with the traders, building your own models to traders specifications, implementation, support and follow up work with the models. Excellent communication skills are essential as well as a hunger and desire to learn as much as possible about the credit derivatives market. Skills that are required include an excellent educational background such as a 1st class Degree, MSc and Phd from a top tier university. Your background will include a strong quantitative and computational background and this will be evident on your CV. You will need to have worked for some of the key players in the derivatives field. C++ is essential.

 

Contact Via E-mail to: [email protected] 

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