Quantitative Research - Equities Flow - Associate or Vice President

Greater London
Full time
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JP Morgan
Banking, investment & finance
10,001+ employees
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If you are passionate, curious and ready to make an impact, we are looking for you.

Quantitative Research (QR) is an expert quantitative modelling group in J.P. Morgan, as well as a leader in financial engineering, data analytics, statistical modelling and portfolio management. As a global team, QR partners with traders, marketers and risk managers across all products and regions, contributes to sales and client interaction, product innovation, valuation and risk management, inventory and portfolio optimization, electronic trading and market making, and appropriate financial risk controls.

Job Summary:

As a Associate or Vice President within the Quantitative Research, Equity Flow team, you will be supporting the EMEA Flow desk, focusing on volatility marking automation and volatility dynamics. We are a team of front-office quants providing modelling and analytics solutions to the Equity Derivatives business. Our work combines classical quant finance with modern machine learning techniques to deliver best-in-class models to the trading desk.

Job responsibilities:

  • Automating volatility marking
  • Predicting volatility dynamics
  • Implementing models in our quant library and trading/risk platforms, carrying out testing and writing documentation
  • Working closely with traders to solve problems and identify opportunities

Required qualifications, capabilities, and skills:

  • You demonstrate an experience in a derivatives quant role
  • You demonstrate a good understanding of the equity derivatives business
  • You have deep understanding of derivatives pricing theory and standard models
  • You demonstrate outstanding analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • You have a good written and oral communication
  • You bring an excellent coding skills (C++ and/or Python)
  • You have experience with applying machine learning techniques