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WorldQuant is a private institutional investment management complex consisting of an international team of researchers, traders and technologists who constantly work toward even greater quantification and automation in the development of its trading processes. Continuously evolving for ever-greater efficiency enables us to trade today the way others will tomorrow.
With intellect, technology and effort, WorldQuant is creating the future of trading
At WorldQuant, we believe that in extreme quantification and automation lies our market advantage. Because of this belief, we strive daily to quantify our strategies ever more precisely and automate our systems ever more thoroughly, creating the trading methodologies of the future and employing them today.
WorldQuant's history dates back to 1995, when Igor Tulchinsky joined a major hedge fund. In 2007, WorldQuant spun off from the fund, while retaining close ties. Today, WorldQuant's staff is located in offices in Greenwich and New York; its China, India, Israel, Russia and Vietnam research affiliates maintain offices in Beijing, Mumbai, Tel Aviv, Moscow and Hanoi respectively; and a further expansion to Singapore, London, Shanghai and Bangkok is in the planning stages.
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Pros: The work hours are normal, you get enough time to maintain work life balance.
It provides you a platform where you can experiment and learn on your own, but the job doesn't provide much learning and becomes boring after sometime. – Full Review
No Offer – Interviewed in Moscow (Russia) – Reviewed 5 days ago New
Interview Details I was contacted by HR, phone interview about my background. Then I was invited to take part in written test at the office. About 40 questions 2-5 min time limit each. Then I was invited to 3 consequent hour interviews. Topics: probability theory (correlation, expectation), complexity of algorithms… – Full Interview
At a round table in random order seated 8 men and 6 women. What is the expected value of next sitting opposite-sex couples? – Answer Question
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