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(3+ Years) "Morgan Stanley" Hiring: C++ Developer On Mar 2021 @ Bangalore



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Company:       Morgan Stanley

Website:        www.morganstanley.com

Eligibility:      Bachelors Degree

Experience:   3+ yrs

Location:       Bangalore

Job Role:     C++ Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

Morgan Stanley is rooted in communities around the world—which means a unique opportunity to commit ourselves to philanthropy and public works.

Job Description:

Skills Required:
1. Object Oriented Programming

2. Scripting languages - Perl/Python/Shell as well as UNIX platform experience.

3. Database - Ability to write SQLs

4. Understanding of SDLC

5. Integrity & ownership, good team player, ability to work under time and resource dependencies and constraints, ability to find simple and effective solutions, high degree of motivation to expand technical and business knowledge

Desired Skills:
1. Java

2. Prior experience with financial products, particularly OTC Derivatives

3. Exposure to counterparty risk, margining, collateral or confirmation systems

Candidate Profile:
Qualification:
Strong academic record with bachelor's level or above in a computational field like Computer Science, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, or a related discipline

Experience: 3+ years of experience in C++

 













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