We are searching for a Quantitative Analyst intern to join us for three months on a structured training program. You will receive one-to-one product training in the financial markets from a 20+ year markets veteran in a structured training plan.
-Financial literacy and a genuine interest in financial markets.
-Bachelors, Masters degrees or above in Business, Computer Science, Economics, Finance or Physics.
-Programming capability in Python and experience using MS Office platform (Excel, Word, Powerpoint).
-Self-motivated with an ability to work independently driven by curiosity, with strong communication skills in English and Cantonese.
-Ability to work in Hong Kong.
Please review our Job Posting on our company Linkedin page below or The South China Morning Post’s business recruitment section.
We offer competitive renumeration reflective of experience. Interested candidates please email your resume and intentions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our C.E.O. shares his thoughts on equity market volatility in a recent Linkedin article.
We cover the question of risk, consider appropriate products to reflect that risk and how the markets are currently pricing volatility. A lot of investors have been waiting for a sudden re-basing of volatility it is our expectation that we will experience a more gradual re-basing to a higher level, no doubt with some “fear of event” moves in the near term driven by Asian regional geo-policitics.
Article posted on LinkedIn about the growth and sophistication of non bank liquidity providers.
If you are buy side then you need to be aware of your liquidity pools. If you are sell side then you need to understand those organisations that can help support your risk re-cycling.
Additional article from the team at Business Insider with a great graphic.
In an interview for Global Investor Magazine with journalist Dan Barnes we discuss some of the challenges and opportunities facing investment professionals trading Asian markets and how we consider and manage liquidity concentration risks.
Over the past couple years we’ve all heard about Blockchain, like most people I immediately think of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
This article, from the team at Harvard Business Review, discusses the platform in depth, how it should be considered a Foundational Technology and could be deployed across different spheres of business to re-shape and help drive the broader economy. They consider the technological impact and societal impact of Foundational Technologies being deployed, including the challenges and opportunities that it brings.
Thank you to Harvard Business School Professors Marco Iansiti and Karim R. Lakhani for developing the article.