Posted Aug 8, 2012 - Requisition No. 34136
The Portfolio and Risk Analytics team is beginning a complex and ambitious project to build a world-class portfolio analytics system. The Risk Analytics group is beginning a state-of-the art risk management product covering a wide range of asset classes and risk measurement methodologies, as well as offering cutting edge research in the field. These systems will compete with gold standard market players and will be offered as a premium addition to the core Bloomberg service.
We are seeking talented, disciplined, and detail-oriented software engineers to design and develop core functionality for this new system. The successful candidate will have a solid track record developing complex software applications and systems. Experience in portfolio level analytics, fixed income, or derivatives analysis a plus.
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