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Python Developer

London, UK

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About The Role

A $1tn Global Asset Manager are currently expanding their London presence with a brand-new Fixed Income desk, driven by the latest from the opensource community and some of the strongest minds from the finance domain. They have invested billions into this project, working to create a fully cloud-native environment with some of the most state of the art systems and UIs to drive this business aggressively and take on some of the most well-established names in this asset class.

Currently they are hiring into one of the most critical Front Office teams in this business line, who are working on the technology side to build out the most cutting-edge investment tools as well as sitting alongside Quants and Portfolio Managers to support them in optimising investment strategies going into 2022. The group are one of the largest Python bases in the UK and are keen to bring on some of the best financial engineers to expand this strategic team who are the most well compensated and autonomous in the entire UK base of the company.


  • 3+ years Python knowledge including experience working on large systems.

  • Knowledge of coding fundamentals e.g. modern software design principles, data structures,      algorithms.

  • Exposure or an interest in the financial industry.

  • Great communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team – bouncing ideas off      colleagues, building consensus around a design etc.


  • Market leading compensation and competitive bonus structure going up to £200,000 total compensation.

  • Working with one of the top technical firms in the world with the highest echelon      of engineering quality.

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