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C# Pricing Developer

Job Title: C# Pricing Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £800 - £1000 per day
Start Date: Immediate
Duration: 6 Months+
REF: C#Bank
Contact Name: Agas Satha
Contact Email: Agas@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

C# Pricing Developer

Montash has been engaged by a tier one investment bank to secure a highly experienced a C++ Pricing Developer to work on a current pricing engine on a BAU based contract. The work is split into C++ (70%), C# (20%), and Java (10%).

Key Skills Required:

  • Experince within tier one investment banks
  • Experince in C++ and C#
  • Knowledge in Java
  • Over 10 years' experience within development
  • Worked on real time pricing engines
  • Strong experience within infrastructure, servers, especially messaging, data, communication and ultra messaging
  • Full life cycle experience within coding

 

Keywords: C#/ Developer/ Price/ Engine/ Infrastructure/ Messaging/ Data/ Communication/ Ultra/ Messaging/ C#/ Linux/ Developer/ Lifecycle/Coding/Platform/Banking/ Bank/ Finance/ C#

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