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Quantitative Research Analyst - Experienced Hire

Overview SIG's Quantitative Researchers find solutions to complex problems that occur in the world of trading. They use research as a tool to better understand global markets, varying products, and the network of exchanges on which we trade. Quants move SIG's business forward by improving, identifying, and implementing trading strategies for the firm.   In this role, you will examine global markets, utilize terabytes of trading data, and leverage your statistical analytic skills to build models and strategies for a variety of financial instruments. By using your quantitative and computational experience, you will help us increase profitability for the firm while decreasing our risk in the capital markets. Our collaborative environment enables you to work closely with traders and developers as you continuously advance the sophistication and results of your research. The impact of your work becomes quickly apparent as it affects our trading environment on a daily basis.  What we're looking for Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Operations Research, or related discipline. Strong practical computing skills in object oriented languages. Demonstrated experienceworking with and drawing conclusions from large datasets. 2017-2755
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