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C++ Developer – Real-Time/Feed Handler, Market Data

  • Compensation: $120,000.00 - $200,000.00 Per Year Plus Bonus
  • Location: New York, New York
  • Type: Perm
  • Job #20334

Global institutional investment firm that leverages finance and technology expertise to analyze market conditions and provide superior service to their investment partners. Over 1,500 employees with offices around the globe.


  • Work with a high-caliber team on multi-asset feed handlers integrated with the systematic strategies platform, covering all global markets
  • Own assigned projects, including liaising with the business to gather requirements, design solutions, and deliver completed systems to production
  • Troubleshoot, logically assess, and fix bugs
  • Learn about products, the systematic strategies platform, back-testing, domain fundamentals and derived pricing
  • Understand the data being delivered, its uses and applications
  • Partner with users to understand their requirements and interactions with the data platform to ensure quality end-product and smooth day-to-day operation
  • Hybrid work environment, but office presence preferred


  • Degree in Computer Science or closely related field
  • 4+ years development experience
  • Thorough knowledge of C++, system internals and fundamentals
  • Thorough knowledge of memory management foundations, threading, core alignment, call cycles, and NUMA nodes
  • Good knowledge of feed handlers, multi-cast publications, symbol segmentation, A/B arbitration is a big plus
  • Domain knowledge of Equities or FX or Commodities is a big plus
  • Knowledge of KDB or in-memory databases and related concerns is a plus
  • Knowledge Algorithms and event fundamentals
  • Knowledge of working on strategy development
  • Foundation mathematics
  • Be a self-starter and perform with minimum supervision
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