- Traders work in teams to seek out and trade on pricing inefficiencies, develop models, manage risk, investigate new products, and push into new business areas
- Experienced traders teach and oversee the less-experienced
- New traders serve as assistants while they learn the ropes, getting increasing responsibility as they demonstrate their ability to handle it.
- These jobs are highly quantitative and technology driven
- Trading candidates will need to have a strong understanding of probability and statistics
- Candidates should be effective communicators in a close knit team setting, motivated, competitive and eager to learn
- Previous experience or course work in finance, business, or economics is not required.
Skills and Qualifications:
- You will hold at least a Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative subject
- You will have a strong interest and aptitude for programming
- You will be excellent quantitatively, with a good understanding of probability and statistics
- You will have the ability to work in close knit teams in a highly pressured environment
- Strong communication skills and the ability to explain complex technical issues in plain terms are vital to succeed in this position.
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