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Front Office RAD Developer

Job Title: Front Office RAD Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £350 - £500 per day
REF: 123AT
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Fast Light Developer / Front Office RAD Developer and Quantitative analysis


Start Date: ASAP

Duration: 3 Months


Montash are engaged with large financial organisation to source and secure a Front End / Fast light developer to provide both technical and functional assistance for existing Front Office Applications (position keeping, booking, PnL & risk calculation, market data, quotation) for trading and structuring.

Gathering and following up functional requests on new projects/enhancements requests

Develop new features and fix bugs on risk/position management systems.

Light developments of tools/services/batches for Front Office and Management needs.

Strong Knowledge of

  • Python / Java
  • Financial Products, Pnl and Sensitivities
  • Trading floor experience


Needs Trading Floor Experience

Post-Graduate with 2 to 8 years experience in RAD for financial markets.


Key words:

Front office/ PnL / market data / trading / structuring/ front end / fast light / fast light developer/ market data/ RAD / Java / Python / Go / sensitivities / quantitative analysis


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