[R] Job Opportunity - Citigroup Quantitative Equity Research

From: Davies, Christian [CIR] <christian.davies_at_citigroup.com>
Date: Wed 23 Aug 2006 - 02:30:20 EST

To all:

The Quantitative Equity Research group in London provides quantitative solutions for active and passive equity portfolio managers in every step of the investment process. The team is looking to expand their product mix and looking for a quantitative analyst who will be mainly responsible for product/model building and infrastructure development. The analyst is expected to maintain some of the already existing models as well as enhance and develop new products in the areas of absolute and relative risk modelling, portfolio construction and trading strategies.

The ideal candidate will have approximately 2 to 3 years experience in financial markets, excellent programming skills in either S+ or R, with the ability to create a user-friendly infrastructure for delivering existing products to clients. Knowledge of industry data sources such as Factset, Datastream and Bloomberg is also preferred. The candidate must also be a team player, have good communication skills and be self-motivated with the capability to work in a flat team structure and under limited supervision. Additionally the candidate must be highly numerical and a good problem solver with ideally a first degree in IT, Mathematics or Engineering and an MSc in Finance and/or practical knowledge in quantitative equity portfolio management.  

To apply, please email a resume and letter of application to Christian.Davies@Citigroup.com by Friday September 1st 2006. Please do **not** cc this list.

Christian Davies
Citigroup Global Quantitative Research

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