WHAT WE DO: We deploy Market Making strategies on listed Options and Futures on multiple exchanges globally and are consistently ranked within the top liquidity providers on the exchanges and markets we are mature in. We utilise our in-house ultra-low latency and high performant trading platforms to provide best in class pricing and liquidity to markets. We empower our team members and maximise their ability to succeed by offering an environment that is open, collaborative and supportive. 

THE ROLE: This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious and proactive Eurodollar Options Market Maker to be a part of our expanding trading desk. You will be responsible for trading the relevant book, improving trading strategies and identifying new opportunities. Our philosophy is to bring together trading acumen, cutting edge technology and a scientific method to achieve sustainable success in the marketplace. We work in teams and encourage transparency and collaboration at all levels of the organisation.

This is a permanent full-time position in London and will have the opportunity to relocate to Chicago. 

WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY: 

  • Take a high level of responsibility at a fast-growing global trading firm
  • Trust and empowerment: we allow you the freedom to operate, make decisions and shape the business
  • A unique opportunity to join a well-resourced firm; yet you will be exposed to the excitement, creative opportunity and upside that define startups
  • A great engineering environment whereby technology is key to our success
  • Significant and continuous investment in technology for execution and research  
  • Pragmatic and openly collaborative culture

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR: 

  • Prior Fixed income options market making experience
  • Successful track record of proven P&L and market share
  • Good understanding of trading systems
  • Outstanding numerical and analytical skills
  • Familiarity with automated options trading strategies and an interest in their development
  • Proactive interest in improving existing trading strategies and identifying new opportunities
  • Ability to take a high level of responsibility in an expanding, highly successful firm
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Fast problem-solving skills

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