Java Developer– Spring, Hibernate, SQL, Web Get Banking

Java Developer– Spring, Hibernate, SQL, Web Get Banking


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


Our client is a large well known wealth management software business. They have offices globally and were recently voted in the fintech 100.

The Java developer will be responsible for product development and client projects through in depth knowledge of Wealth Management (taught and not needed) new applications, code development, system design, operating system design and software applications.

You will be working with major funds and smaller banks creating proprietary trading applications so we are looking for bright entrepreneurial coders with opensource skills not just a few ticks in boxes. We expect candidates to be true technologists happy to show off their skills and evangelize.

On a day to day basis the Java developer will:

  • Systems analysis and design
  • Application program design and development
  • Data conversion and implementation
  • Implementation of new functionality within a greenfield product set.

This role is a perfect stepping stone to custom architecture in the financial services space.

Java Developers must have:

  • Proven experience in developing Java ideally J2EE
  • Hibernate
  • Ideally GWT
  • Spring
  • SLQ
  • XML
  • Messaging
  • Middleware
  • Good knowledge of RDBMS, SQL, XML and associated processing technologies.
  • Experience in Object Oriented design environment


This is a unique opportunity for someone to expand further into financial technology. You should be driven and interested to gain some serious financial experience. The future of this role moves either down the architecture route or the development management path. The culture is relaxed where time can be taken to make the right decisions with unlimited budgets.

My client offers one of the best training and development packages in the market, all inclusive.

My client is based in London

Java, J2EE GWT, AJAX, SQL, Spring, Hibernate