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C# .Net Developer, £100K total comp (Circa £60-£70K base salary) – London, UK

This is an opportunity for an exceptionally talented C# developer with an interest/experience in finance, to join one of the most sought after, innovative and dynamic market making firms there is. The ideal candidate will have come from a strong technology related background- ie Gaming/Defence/Telecomms/Banking background- and be educated to a high level.

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Senior Team Lead Quant Developer- C++, £200,000 total comp – London, UK

Our client, a leading Global Investment Bank, has been expanding massively across several global locations within the IR and FX Derivatives business throughout the past year. They are currently embarking on a high-profile and ambitious project, working towards enabling event-driven risk management and auto-hedging by 2012. They are currently looking for a Senior C++ Quant Developer for the …

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Senior C# .Net Developer- Equity IT, $190K total comp – New York, United States

This position is for an experienced, Senior C# developer to work at one of the World’s leading European Investment Banks within their Equity IT division. The Senior C# Developer will be responsible for designing, building and supporting a real-time front end system that is responsible for their electronic and automated trading business.

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Quantitative HFT C++ Developer, £150,000 – £250,000 total compensation – England, London

My client is a small, niche, but highly profitable proprietary trading firm hailing from New York. The firm is home to a number of highly experienced and well respected technologists and strategists, from a range of backgrounds including top Chicago prop shoes, Investment Banking prop groups, top gaming/telecommunications companies and Ivy League Research Schools. Through continued growth and …

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