C# Developer – Top Tier Hedge Fund

C# Developer Quant Fund

up to £80K + 50% plus Bonus

Quant Capital is urgently looking for a C# Developer to join our high profile client.


Our client is a $25+billion strong Hedge fund with performance figures of 23%. They trade a number of products across equity and commodities in both high and low frequency strategies. They have the reputation as one of the best funds globally. They use a combination of proprietary data, superior technology, and aggressive execution to achieve their trading objectives.

Working with the investor relations and back office team you will be creating a brand new risk platform that allows investors to access their positions and look at performance.

The C# Developer will also be involved in the design and development of a back office trade reconciliation system, Including live trade databases and time series databases.

My client is a business driven by technology, all of their models and investment decisions are computer based most of them trading automatically. If you are looking into a career in finance this is the ideal opportunity.

C# Developers MUST have:

  • Computer Science Degree
  • 5 years’ experience of backend C# Development
  • Serverside and GUI development
  • C#
  • SQL
  • Winforms or WPF
  • Very good maths skills
  • Ability to run your own projects

This role suits an experienced C# developer who is looking to further expand their experience across the Microsoft stack. You will be joining one of the world’s best trading businesses and gain invaluable experience. I am looking for someone with sub 10 years’ experience who is bright motivated and deserves to work with the best.

In exchange we offer a very very competitive salary and the chance to work for the best.

My client pays a yearly bonus that is a considerable addition,

I am interested to see your drive as this role will no doubt be popular.

My client is based in London

C# Developer, Winforms, WPF, Microsoft, SQL, Lead Developer


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