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Quantitative investing roles involve conducting quantitative research, developing mathematical trading models and strategies, establishing metrics for risk and performance, and developing software.
Systematic Active Equities:
Systematic Active Equity is a groundbreaking quantitative investment team that applies the latest Big Data and Machine Learning techniques to the world of investing. To achieve superior outcomes for our clients including large institutional investors, retirement plans of the world’s leading companies, and individual investors saving for the future. We build constantly evolving models that capture the drivers of stock returns, from today’s trading activity or internet searches to next year’s economic forecasts or longterm demographic trends.
Systematic Fixed Income:
Systematic Fixed Income is responsible for generating investment performance across a spectrum of portfolios. Team members are researchers and portfolio managers who build quantitative models for a range of assets. Models are based on a variety of inputs and employ sophisticated financial theory, econometrics and computing techniques. The team continually adapts the models to a constantly evolving investment landscape.
The Full-Time Analyst Programme is a multi-year experiential journey designed to empower and support Analysts in connecting their personal passions and strengths to BlackRock’s mission, principles and purpose. The programme begins with an orientation to learn about our purpose, business and strategic priorities – all while gaining insights into the day-to-day life of an Analyst at BlackRock.
Following orientation, Analysts join their team and stay connected with colleagues across the globe through ongoing training and professional development. This programme offers Analysts the chance to have a lasting impact on the firm and contribute to our greater collective purpose to help more and more people experience financial well-being.
Candidates should have less than 18 months of directly relevant, full-time work experience and be graduating from an undergraduate or master’s degree programme between January 2019 and December 2021.