We are looking for a strong C++ developer for Morgan Stanley's Low Latency Execution (LLX) team in Asia. The team develops/maintains cutting edge low latency smart order routers, dark liquidity pools, custom trading strategies which trade on a large variety of asset classes globally including Equity, FX, Rates, Commodities and Fixed Income. We are responsible for the full software life cycle of these systems. We work closely with our business partners in sales and trading, risk management, compliance, operations and other technology teams at Morgan Stanley. The developer will be responsible for building, testing and deploying strategic and tactical solutions for trading strategies, whilst improving monitoring, scalability, performance and efficiency of the low latency engines.
About us: Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. Morgan Stanley provides a superior foundation for building a professional career - a place for people to learn, achieve and grow.
Morgan Stanley is an equal opportunities employer. We work to provide a supportive and inclusive environment where all individuals can maximize their full potential. Our skilled and creative workforce is comprised of individuals drawn from a broad cross section of the global communities in which we operate and who reflect a variety of backgrounds, talents, perspectives and experiences. Our strong commitment to a culture of inclusion is evident through our constant focus on recruiting, developing and advancing individuals based on their skills and talents.
- Strong technical background in software development
- Experience developing C++ applications using STL/Multi-Threading/Boost for LINUX.
- Unix/Linux experience
- Scripting Perl/Python etc.
- Knowledge and experience on formal software development practices
- High performance computing techniques
- Knowledge of Finance/Trading
- Project management and team lead experience beneficial.
- Knowledge of the FIX protocol