Career @ BNP Paribas Hong Kong: Quantitative Researcher (London)
BNP Paribas has a presence in nearly 80 countries with over 180,000 employees. It ranks highly in its three core activities: Retail Banking, Investment Solutions and Corporate & Investment Banking. We strive to employ talented and innovative people who are aligned to our vision and culture.
Career @ BNP Paribas Hong Kong (London or Hong Kong) : Quantitative Researcher
About the role
The quantitative researcher is a front office role in charge of developing, building and testing models to meet the needs of the credit markets activity. We have a strong research agenda on innovation to enable structuring to deliver coupon enhancement through choice collateral and risk transformation. Work is integrated to BNP global markets platforms and official risk and valuation systems.
We are seeking an applicant who is proficient in financial mathematics (including stochastic calculus) and software development (C++) who will report directly to the global head of credit modeling.
If you are interested in a role in quantitative research:
- Click here to send your cv and motivation letter to Mr Sebastien Hitier with the reference maths-fi.com in the subject line.
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