Quantitative Portfolio Manager - Fixed Income Quantitative Portfolio Manager - Fixed Income …

Selby Jennings QRF
in Manhattan, NY, United States
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 21 Jan 21
USD200000 - USD300000 per year
Selby Jennings QRF
in Manhattan, NY, United States
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 21 Jan 21
USD200000 - USD300000 per year
Selby Jennings QRF
My client is a rapidly-growing quantitative hedge fund in NYC that trades systematic equities, fx, vol, etc., and they're looking for a Quantitative PM to help build out their fixed income trading efforts. This will be a collaborative role, in which you'll have the opportunity to make a difference by researching, developing, and implementing systematic trading strategies within the fixed income space. This firm is looking for a candidate with a successful live trading track record of at least two years.

My client is a rapidly-growing quantitative hedge fund in NYC that trades systematic equities, fx, vol, etc., and they're looking for a Quantitative PM to help build out their fixed income trading efforts. This will be a collaborative role, in which you'll have the opportunity to make a difference by researching, developing, and implementing systematic trading strategies within the fixed income space. This firm is looking for a candidate with a successful live trading track record of at least two years.

Responsibilities:

  • Research, develop and implement systematic trading strategies across the fixed income space
  • Analyzing data sets to optimize portfolio allocation and trade multiple fully systematic strategies

Requirements

  • A live track record of at least one year trading fixed income
  • Experience running high sharpe strategies
  • Experience developing and executing systematic strategies
  • C++ and Python proficiency preferred

If of interest, please reach out! Happy to discuss in further detail!

Actively interviewing, looking to fill immediately.

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