FactSet Quantitative Researcher - Fixed Income and Derivative Research (8688) in New York, New York

Description
FactSet is a financial data and software company headquartered in Norwalk, CT with offices in 35 locations worldwide. As a global provider of financial information and analytics, FactSet helps the world's best investment professionals outperform. More than 87,500 users stay ahead of global market trends, access extensive company and industry intelligence, and monitor performance with FactSet's desktop analytics, mobile applications, and comprehensive data feeds. As of February 2017, annual subscription value reached $1.19 billion and headcount passed 8,500.

FactSet was ranked #89 on FORTUNE's "100 Best Places to Work" list in 2016 and has consistently been recognized as a great workplace by leading publications.

FactSet is a leading global provider of financial data, analytics and models, with offices in 35 locations worldwide, including New York, London, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, and many more. The Quantitative Researcher will work in the fast expanding international FactSet Risk Fixed Income and Derivatives Modeling group, participating in research and development of the state of the art mathematical pricing models. The position requires a PhD in mathematics, physics, and/or statistics along with exceptional technical skills and the ability to communicate complex concepts clearly and effectively to colleagues and clients of varying levels of sophistication.

The Quantitative Researcher will work in the Northeastern United States, New York, Boston or Chicago.

We offer unique career opportunity to an innovative and passionate individual:

Application of your advanced knowledge and skills in mathematics, probability theory and statistics

Work in a collaborative and research oriented team environment

Opportunity to learn from industry renowned experts, to acquire detailed knowledge of financial mathematics, asset pricing theory and risk modeling techniques

Competitive compensation package, health insurance, reimbursement of relocation expenses

Future career growth, future opportunity to work in other FactSet locations around the world

In this role, the candidate will:

Participate in every stage of FactSet's modeling of fixed income and derivative securities as part of international team of world-class specialists in mathematical finance

Learn about financial markets, fixed income modeling, methods and portfolio management techniques

Be responsible for creating advanced mathematical methods for financial securities such as convertible bonds, municipal bonds, interest rate swaps and options

FactSet is a financial data and software company headquartered in Norwalk, CT with offices in 35 locations worldwide. As a global provider of financial information and analytics, FactSet helps the world's best investment professionals outperform. More than 87,500 users stay ahead of global market trends, access extensive company and industry intelligence, and monitor performance with FactSet's desktop analytics, mobile applications, and comprehensive data feeds. As of February 2017, annual subscription value reached $1.19 billion and headcount passed 8,500.

FactSet was ranked #89 on FORTUNE's "100 Best Places to Work" list in 2016 and has consistently been recognized as a great workplace by leading publications.

FactSet is a leading global provider of financial data, analytics and models, with offices in 35 locations worldwide, including New York, London, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, and many more. The Quantitative Researcher will work in the fast expanding international FactSet Risk Fixed Income and Derivatives Modeling group, participating in research and development of the state of the art mathematical pricing models. The position requires a PhD in mathematics, physics, and/or statistics along with exceptional technical skills and the ability to communicate complex concepts clearly and effectively to colleagues and clients of varying levels of sophistication.

The Quantitative Researcher will work in the Northeastern United States, New York, Boston or Chicago.

We offer unique career opportunity to an innovative and passionate individual:

Application of your advanced knowledge and skills in mathematics, probability theory and statistics

Work in a collaborative and research oriented team environment

Opportunity to learn from industry renowned experts, to acquire detailed knowledge of financial mathematics, asset pricing theory and risk modeling techniques

Competitive compensation package, health insurance, reimbursement of relocation expenses

Future career growth, future opportunity to work in other FactSet locations around the world

In this role, the candidate will:

Participate in every stage of FactSet's modeling of fixed income and derivative securities as part of international team of world-class specialists in mathematical finance

Learn about financial markets, fixed income modeling, methods and portfolio management techniques

Be responsible for creating advanced mathematical methods for financial securities such as convertible bonds, municipal bonds, interest rate swaps and options

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