Intern Quantitative Analyst

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  • international students
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  • The Hague

Website AGGA Capital

QUANTITATIVE ANALYST – INTERNSHIP
Up for a challenge? Do you see yourself as part of a young, dynamic and dedicated team? Ready to give it your all and learn the tricks of the trading industry? Then we might be looking for you as our Quantitative Analyst!
You are at the heart of our operations. Together with the investment team you manage and optimize our position using a wide range of financial products. You formulate innovative trading strategies and – together with our software engineers – develop trading systems and tools that allow us to capitalize on opportunities efficiently.
New in crypto? No worries. We walk you through the ecosystem and cover all facets of the trading processes. Gradually you take on more responsibilities, like monitoring markets and making portfolio adjustments.

Credentials:
• You make things happen
• Fluent in English
• Passion for investing and understanding of financial products
• Evidence you can analyse a problem, take a view and make a decision
• Knowledge of Excel & Python
• Maximum of three years work experience
• (Pre) Developed or worked on a trading bot / trading algorithms

We Offer:
We are looking to hire an intern for a period of 3-6 month. This exciting position in a dynamic working environment offers many opportunities. We are a relative young hedge fund, which means that all the early team members are incredibly important to our success. We believe that nurturing talent and provide continuous support leads to success. Therefore, we offer a market conform salary and reserve a revenue share of your algorithmic trading results as part of the bonus pool. The better your algorithm works, the more money you make.
If you are interested in this role, please submit a CV and cover letter to career@bnrbeurs.nl.

To apply for this job email your details to career@bnrbeurs.nl

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