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Systematic Equity Quantitative Researcher

Employer
Anson McCade
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
24 Jun 2021

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Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
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Systematic Equity Quantitative Researcher

London based

This is an exciting opportunity for a relatively experienced Quantitative Researcher to be part of a small, collaborative team based in London, with a focus on systematic equity strategies.

Principal Responsibilities:
  • Working alongside the PM on developing trading strategies, with a primary focus on: idea generation, data gathering and research/analysis, model implementation and backtesting for systematic equity strategies
  • Combine sound financial insights and statistical learning techniques to explore, analyze, and harness a large variety of datasets in order to build strong predictive models which will be deployed to the investment process
  • Collaborate with the PM in a transparent environment, engaging with the whole investment process



Main requirements:
  • Minimum of 4 years of experience as a quantitative analyst in systematic equities
  • Demonstrated ability to conduct independent research using large data sets
  • Candidates with quantitative development experience will be considered as well, provided they also have relevant research experience
  • Strong research and programming skills. Working knowledge of Matlab and SQL are necessary.
  • Masters or PhD degree in a quantitative subject such as Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or related field

Preferable requirements:
  • Strong economic intuition and critical thinking
  • Product experience in single name cash equities or index vol
  • Prior exposure to medium-frequency or daily/intraday trading strategies in North America, Europe or Asia would be highly relevant
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