Quantitative Management Associates, a subsidiary of Prudential, is looking to hire a trader for international markets.
The money manager has $86 billion in assets under management and uses “advanced analytics” to profit from asset mispricings. According to a note on Prudential’s website, the buyside shop needs a trader with at least eight years of experience and a Series 7 license to trade stocks, bonds, swaps and futures. QAM prefers an individual with experience on the sellside and in international trading.
Orders will come from portfolio managers or the head of equity trading. The successful candidate will have a “comprehensive knowledge of equities securities and their markets, trading characteristics and approaches, factors influencing price trends, and equity security exchanges,” according to the announcement.
Due to the nature of international trading, the successful candidate must be flexible with hours, according to QAM.