Quantitative Research and Analysis

Inform Investment, Pricing, and Risk Management Decisions

Quantitative analysts develop and implement the complex mathematical models that financial firms use to make decisions about investments, pricing, and risk management.

The job combines the gifts of a logician and a speculator to find the right balance between reducing risk and generating profit. These analysts are responsible for generating research ideas, building datasets, and analyzing statistical data.

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