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jeudi 19 janvier 2017.
Maths-Fi vous souhaite une excellente après-midi et vous propose aujourd'hui :
Focus Recrutement : Front Office Modelling Quant - Paris
A leading Investment Bank in Paris is proactively looking to recruit a Front Office Modelling Quant. Those successful, will be developing & implementing a host of exotic derivative pricing models across all asset classes alongside supporting the local trading desk.
Location: Paris, France - Associate - Director - 60 KEuros - 180 KEuros
- Strong object orientated programming in C++ or C#
- Demonstrable interest in financial modelling
- Knowledge in stochastic processes, partial differential equations, numerical analyst, numerical optimization and probability theory.
- Excellent communication skills
- DEA/Masters/PhD in a quantitative discipline
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By Anthony Currie
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[...] Au lendemain du discours de Theresa May en faveur d'une sortie du marché unique, le patron de HSBC a confirmé le transfert de 1.000 emplois à Paris. [...]
Par Sharon Wajsbrot, Anne Drif, Veronique Chocron & Vincent Collen
Source : lesechos.fr
[IMF] World Economic Outlook Update, January 2017: A Shifting Global Economic Landscape
After a lackluster outturn in 2016, economic activity is projected to pick up pace in 2017 and 2018, especially in emerging market and developing economies. However, there is a wide dispersion of possible outcomes around the projections, given uncertainty surrounding the policy stance of the incoming U.S. administration and its global ramifications. The assumptions underpinning the forecast should be more specific by the time of the April 2017 World Economic Outlook, as more clarity emerges on U.S. policies and their implications for the global economy.
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