Technology - C++ Developer, VP, Shanghai Technology - C++ Developer, VP, Shanghai …

Morgan Stanley
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
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Competitive
Morgan Stanley
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Competitive
Technology - C++ Developer, VP, Shanghai

Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. The Firm's employees serve clients worldwide including corporations, governments and individuals from more than 747 offices in 42 countries.

In Morgan Stanley, Technology works as a strategic partner with Morgan Stanley business units and the world's leading technology companies to redefine how we do business in ever more global, complex, and dynamic financial markets. Morgan Stanley's sizeable investment in technology results in quantitative trading systems, cutting-edge modelling and simulation software, comprehensive risk and security systems, and robust client-relationship capabilities, plus the worldwide infrastructure that forms the backbone of these systems and tools. Our insights, our applications and infrastructure give a competitive edge to clients' businesses—and to our own.

Role Profile:

You will focus on writing efficient and high qualified C++ code on Linux to build low latency trading infrastructure.
You will work closely with clients to collaboratively work out exclusive solutions to support business requirements.
You will be part of the agile team to move quickly forward, your code can be alive in a few hours.
You will play with various technologies in the industry including: GCC82 C++17, RedHat7, SolarFlare/Mellanox kernel bypass, huge page, shared memory, Clang/LLVM, Informatica UME etc.
You will be part of a collaborative team setting of like-minded peers, where we have a culture of learning and coaching, we value growth.
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